China-US trade war
Individualism at the end of the world: plague in the era of neoliberalism
The coronavirus pandemic has more-or-less monopolized cultural imagination in the West, sparking deep reevaluations of our founding myths and values
Why has Eurasia handled the coronavirus pandemic better than the West?
How have Eurasian countries responded to Covid-19, and how successful are the strategies of local leaders?
Monthly Review, March 2020
Geopolitical events of March
Covid-19 and the end of the Washington Consensus
Global leadership and hegemony changes hands just about every 100-150 years. When that change takes place, the backbone of the global system shifts as well
American pandemic: the true face of totalitarianism
The US now leads the world in Covid-19 cases: why can't the American authorities seem to do anything about it?
The coronavirus: Two opposing worlds
The Coronavirus outbreak has become a matter of existence for states in the international arena and in terms of responsibilities of its citizens
Coronavirus pandemic, Turkish response to coronavirus, Attack against Maduro
geopolitical events of the week
“Sorry, but some people will die” – why capitalism is more dangerous for Latin America than the coronavirus
Latin America has been hit with Covid-19: what measures have leaders taken to protect the population?
Last week in Turkey: Will “Voluntary quarantine” be effective?
As is the case in the rest of the world, Turkey also continues to live and discuss the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
How the US is using Covid-19 to fight its political battles
How the US is using Covid-19 to fight its political battles: Further sanctions against Iran, Venezuela, and Cuba
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