As long as Poland has the American nuclear umbrella over its head, nothing can threaten it. But once Poland loses this umbrella, it's quite clear that it should think seriously about getting nuclear weapons
Syria was the grand finale of the Arab Spring, as well as a terrible disaster. It was not followed by summer – what we got instead was autumn and winter. What has happened so far?
Mere days after US Vice President Mike Pence’s historic speech, the world is already a different and much less safe place
The alliance is weakening in the eyes, blown apart by conflicts of interest and questioned in its present form by both the “feudal lord” (USA) and “the key vassal” (Turkey)
In order to better understand the impact of AI on international relations, we can compare it to another type of technology which was also transformative in nature. The most common analogies include the impact of the development of nuclear weapons
It is urgent to devise a plan of preventing the American-Chinese rivalry from escalating into a worst case scenario. A good solution appears to be a new Asian order based on the proven concert of powers concept
People in the West have sex less often than they did a dozen years ago, and the sex they do have is increasingly unsatisfying and assumes completely new forms. Is the western world standing on the precipice of a sexual recession?
In capitalism, freedom is not threatened by a totalitarian state. People sell it voluntarily to employers or financial institutions
“No illusions, gentlemen!” Emperor Alexander II’s message to the Polish nation once again becomes relevant due to the fact that our geopolitical environment is radically changing, and not in our favour
The culture of liberalism transforms into a culture of fear, which manifests in the notion that individuals exposed to social interactions are in a state of constant threat. This is why it is so often the case that we seek security – going to absurd lengths to find it.
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