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Jafe Arnold

An independent researcher, geopolitical analyst, and the founding editor-in-chief of Eurasianist Internet Archive. He holds a BA in European Culture from the University of Wroclaw (Poland), and is currently pursuing an RMA in Religious Studies. Arnold’s fields of research include Eurasian and European integration and identity, and the geopolitics of multipolarity.  (USA / Netherlands) 

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The Rebellion Against Migration: #Sovereignty? – Part 1

The Rebellion Against Migration: #Sovereignty? – Part 1

On July 13th, 2018, the finalized text of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) was produced by the United Nations, following two years of official preparations which concluded in Morocco.
Sailing Away from Europe: Tusk, Trump, and the Battle for Rimland

Sailing Away from Europe: Tusk, Trump, and the Battle for Rimland

Tusk painted a picture of the European Union, which he called “the most beautiful political undertaking in Europe’s history”, besieged on all sides
Brussels vs. Europe: The Challenge of Juncker’s State of the Union

Brussels vs. Europe: The Challenge of Juncker’s State of the Union

the next European elections will be a heated battle for the future of not merely the European Union, but for the very concept of Europe and how it will geopolitically and culturally define itself “between North and South, East and West, left and right” in this turbulent era of transition to multipolarity.
Between Sanctions and Sovereignty: The Long March Towards Strategic EU-Turkey Partnership

Between Sanctions and Sovereignty: The Long March Towards Strategic EU-Turkey Partnership

When Washington unilaterally tore up the international nuclear agreement with Iran and re-imposed harsh sanctions on the country, Russia slammed this action as “trampling upon the norms of international law” and pledged continued support for multilateral diplomacy. Turkey also refused to comply with the sanctions, while Iran itself called for unity and encouraged Europe to act sovereignly.
Behind the JCPOA Clash: The Crisis of Atlanticism and the European Dilemma

Behind the JCPOA Clash: The Crisis of Atlanticism and the European Dilemma

When Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or the “Iran nuclear deal”, in May 2018, the balance of geopolitical forces in the world was put on the verge of revolution.