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The Origins And Essence Of West European Imperialistic Colonization| Countercurrents

Imperialism and colonialism One of the focal historical features of the western (West European) civilization was and is imperialistic colonization followed by the brutal social, economic, political, financial, etc. exploitation of the local peoples and their cultures. By some academic understanding and formal definition, imperialism is a process of extending a nation-state’s power by territorial… → Read More

From The History Of The GB-EU Relations| Countercurrents

How Great Britain fell for a confidence trick In the 1960s, when Great Britain twice sought entry into then the EEC/EC, the historian Sir Arthur Bryant issued an unheeded warning: “Once in the common market, we shall be a minority in an organization in which the decisions of the majority will have the power to bind the minority, not only for a few years but theoretically for all time.” Sir… → Read More

What Is Asymmetric Warfare?| Countercurrents

At least from the very academic viewpoint, war is a condition of armed conflict between at least two sides (but, in fact, states). There are, historically, → Read More

Russia: From Boris Yeltsin To Vladimir Putin| Countercurrents

After the Cold War 1.0 (1949−1989) emerged many new problems in the international arena of global politics as the circumstances concerning international → Read More

The 2002 Bush Doctrine And The Pandora Box Of The Preemptive War| Countercurrents

Originally, the Bush Doctrine was a political phrase with the aim to describe the US foreign policy goals during the 43rd US President George W. Bush (Bush → Read More

Kurdistan And Kosovo| Countercurrents

A recent blast hit the center of Istanbul resulting in several casualties. The Turkish authorities were very quick to announce the identity of the suicide → Read More

The First Defeat Of The Central Powers In The Great War: The 1914 Battle Of Cer| Countercurrents

It passed more than the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War in 1914−1918. Proportionally, in the war, Serbia suffered mostly among all countries → Read More

Washington And The Destruction Of Ex-Yugoslavia| Countercurrents

Nevertheless, the basic problem concerns security in a broader geopolitical framework, which is understandable, but at least as far as Western analysts are → Read More

The Kosovo Boomerang In International Relations| Countercurrents

After February 2008 when Kosovo Albanian-dominated parliament proclaimed Kosovo’s independence (without organizing a referendum) with obvious US diplomatic → Read More

A Short Overview Of The 2014 Crimean Crisis| Countercurrents

The international crisis over the status of the Crimean Peninsula was in February-March 2014 when the peninsula became returned to the state’s territory of → Read More

Must Serbia Harmonize Its Foreign Policy With The EU And The Rest Of The West?| Countercurrents

A lot of dilemmas, lies, and misconceptions are present in Western geopolitical narratives taken without any critical approach by domestic Serbian pro-Western → Read More

The Kosovo Knot And How To Solve It?| Countercurrents

Kosovo (in fact, Kosovo-Metochia), a disputed territory claimed by Serbia and Kosovo Albanian separatists, which Serbs regard as central to their cultural → Read More

Ukraine Proper| Countercurrents

The statehood of Ukraine like Ukrainian ethnolinguistic identity is one of the most problematic research topics. Ukraine herself has, in addition, extremely → Read More

What Was About The (Western) International Community During The 1994 Rwandan Genocide?| Countercurrents

By 1995 it had become clear that the (Western) international community’s experiment with multilateralism was under serious threat and, in fact, it failed in → Read More