Author Archives: Jafe Arnold

About Jafe Arnold

Jafe Arnold is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Eurasianist Internet Archive.

The Multipolar Revolution: Syncretic Perspectives – Part III

 By: Jafe Arnold Marx and the Indo-European Mode of Production f the three main socio-political ideologies of modernity – Liberalism, Marxism, and Fascism (and their offshoots) – Marxism is arguably the most complex, scientific, and paradoxical. On the one hand, … Continue reading

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The Multipolar Revolution: Syncretic Perspectives – Part II

 By: Jafe Arnold  Initiatic Geopolitics  “Geopolitics”, coined in 1902 by Rudolf Kjellén and informed by Friedrich Ratzel’s 1897 “political geography”, is an esoteric term. Most generically, geopolitics is presented as the science of the relationship between geography and politics in … Continue reading

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The Multipolar Revolution: Syncretic Perspectives – Part I

 By: Jafe Arnold From the Indo-Europeans to the ‘New World’ he world’s diversity of cultures has successfully defied the “globalization” of the Atlanticist, Liberal, unipolar “End of History” scenario proclaimed in the 1990’s. It is increasingly recognized both de facto … Continue reading

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CSS defends Syria, builds multipolarity at international security conference

By: Jafe Arnold (Special Projects Director) and Paul Antonopoulos (Research Fellow)  CSS Research Fellow Paul Antonopoulos speaks at “Threats to Security in the 21st Century: Finding a Global Way Forward” in Lahore, Pakistan he international conference, “Threats to Security in … Continue reading

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Western ‘Anti-Imperialist’ Contradictions in Syria

A Sober View on the US-YPG Affair  By: Paul Antonopoulos – CSS research fellow  The following is a sample preview of a much larger article that will appear in the first issue of the Journal for Syncretic Studies (JSS). For those … Continue reading

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