Search: Greater Eurabia (3 materials)

Will Erdogan resort to regional nuclear blackmail?

... Erdogan’s brutal crackdowns and his regime’s casual U-turns on recent geopolitically-charged events, are convinced that Ankara is referring to the United States. The story might morph yet again to include Israel, much to the delight of the Greater Eurabian collective. Who trusts a regime that wildly changes its terror-laden narrative by the week? The West, of course! A nuke snuck into Syria would rouse Washington into an outright military intervention. The quartet of the United States,...

02.08.2016

Is the UN relevant anymore to Greater Eurasia?

... non-aligned system of international security to counter global terror” during his May 9 V-Day speech. He warned off the “double standards” and “short-sighted indulgence to those who are nurturing new criminal plans.” Greater Eurabia is America’s “Free World” Since 1915, the US has taken over colonial Britain’s lead in completing a contra-civilizational compact in the form of an undeclared “Greater Eurabia.” It is an agglomeration ...

10.05.2016

Greater Eurasia vs Greater Eurabia: The Fault-lines Emerge

... and Israel have little choice but to neutralize the so-called Islamic State that is inimical to all identities except its own. Using the civilizational paradigm here, Israel will only war with Iran if Tel Aviv continues to be a political vassal of the Greater Eurabian enterprise. There is a growing corpus of literature on Greater Eurasia but what of Greater Eurabia? Geographically, it begins at the gates of the Sunni bastions of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and includes the entire Western ...

29.02.2016

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