Tag Archives: postmodernity


Jeffrey Tayler And His “Way Out”

In one of his recent articles, Jeffrey Tayler of The Atlantic calls the newly introduced Russian Aggression Prevention Act of 2014, I quote, “a bill of stunning recklessness that seems specifically designed to destroy what remains of relations between the United States and ...

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L' Annuncio or The Trinity (Salvador Dali), 1960

Ecumenism XXI: Analysing The Global Threat (Part I)

There is no doubt that an inter-denominational and inter-religious dialogue is of great importance and has become more of a necessity in the modern conditions of strengthening economic and political integration of the international law subjects – be it national states ...

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A Soviet poster: 'In capitalist countries this is the way of the talent, in our country of socialism - we give way to the talent', approx. 1960's.

The New Cold War and Why It’s Fine

Published with permission from ISTORIYA Ltd. These days I’m often being asked whether economic sanctions imposed by the West will have any major follow-up from the Russian side, to which I normally respond with a smirk and my usual ‘don’t ...

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