While far from an alliance, the SCO is increasingly utilized for managing Eurasian affairs without traditional Western mechanisms and organizations.Continue reading
Will the Samarkand Spirit Revive the Word ‘Mutual’ in World Affairs?
Despite countries that attended the SCO summit not seeing eye to eye on various issues, they have built trust with each other and are interested in cementing diplomatic and economic ties.Continue reading
Did Nancy Pelosi Accelerate Chinese-Russian Military Cooperation With Her Taiwan Visit?
China had warned of “serious consequences” in the lead-up to the visit but has avoided any significant military escalation so far.Continue reading
Why Lithium Power Politics Are Playing Out Very Differently in Chile and Bolivia
The people of Bolivia and Chile imagine a different kind of extraction: one that is controlled by those who live by the resources and one that does not destroy the earth.Continue reading
The West Is Experiencing a Contraction of Its Power, Not Necessarily Its Decline
By the middle of the last century, the West had shrunk so much that several newly independent countries made the decision to align themselves neither with the West nor the Soviet bloc.Continue reading
Why Does the United States Have a Military Base in Ghana?
An interview with Kwesi Pratt Jr., a journalist and leader of the Socialist Movement of Ghana.Continue reading
Why Peace and Disarmament Are at the Heart of Nonalignment
Massive spending by states on military production and destruction is a criminal waste of resources. The priorities of humanity are the fight against inequality and poverty.Continue reading
The Role of Energy in Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
After Russian forces seized Ukraine’s Kherson region at the beginning of its invasion, a Ukrainian official named Kirill Stremousov was installed as the new government’s deputy head.Continue reading
Cuba’s Nonalignment: A Foreign Policy of Peace and Socialism
In Cuba, “nonalignment” has never meant being neutral, and has always meant being opposed to attempts to divide humanity.Continue reading
U.S. Pressure on India Forces New Delhi to Reassess Its Options
India’s balanced approach to the Russia-Ukraine conflict has provoked the ire of Washington.Continue reading
The U.S. Unilateral Sanctions Against Russia Will Produce a Global Food Disaster
As the U.S. and the G7 deny the negative effect of sanctions against Russia, they damage the world’s capability of avoiding a global food disaster.Continue reading
India Has a Key Role to Play in a Possible New World Order
For non-alignment to be effective, it cannot be restricted to transactional relationships or mere moral posturing.Continue reading
Jeremy Corbyn: It’s Not Enough to Resist—We Have to Build, Too
We don’t face multiple separate crises. The system itself is the crisis and must be overcome, replaced and transformed.Continue reading
Why Latin America Needs a New World Order
In recent years, the region has experienced a new wave of progressive governments. The idea of regional integration has, therefore, returned to the tableContinue reading
Why Won’t Europe Call for an End to This War?
Information wars are always based on a mixture of selective truths, half-truths, and blatant lies.Continue reading