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A View by a Russian Conservative: Waiting for Hope

Dmitry Evstafiev

“In other words, the symbolic and at the same time the tragic nature of today's world is that having got rid of alternatives (unless you count a bunch ofantiglobalist clowns a real alternative), the world has lost hope. Therefore there is no point in development. This is not the end of history, this is the end of development. The end of history will come a bit later. However, this is not the end of international relations either and it would be very interesting to see how the key players will be trying to achieve their goals in the face of strategic pointlessness,” maintains Evstafiev.

A View by a Russian Conservative: Waiting for Hope (full text)


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SECURITY INDEX №3-4 (88-89), 2009

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