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A View by a Russian Conservative: Apocalypse? No!

Dmitry Evstafiev

“International developments reflect the increasingly crazy-quilt nature of the world, where military strength is beginning to play a new role and there is new competition over resources. New bumps are appearing on the smooth road to post-bipolarity that not only squeak under the wheels but seriously hamper human progress. Will this be the beginning of a new era that is marked not just by a date on the calendar, but also by global changes?”

A View by a Russian Conservative: Apocalypse? No! (full text)


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (81), 2007

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