Is NATO back in the game? Last month, the streets of Madrid were clogged with official cars, conspicuous plainclothes secret service, and motorized…
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Exactly 350 years ago, Johan de Witt was having what could be called a rough summer. The man who had spent the last 20 years as de facto ruler of the…
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On the initial days of my military life, one of the most common exhortations my section’s drill instructor directed to us was to remain at all times…
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A few months ago I posted some musings on the Alchemical Regime of Kazakhstan, Russian tough love, and the Almaty uprisings earlier this year…
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There are many layers to conflict, and many readings of it. The basic, factual explanation given is that this is a conflict of security and energy…
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Note: I’ve decided to include short notes on ideas I’m working on, that may or may not eventually become full-fledged articles. The Outpost is about…
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Recently I had the great honor of being interviewed by Tundranaut, a friend from vast cybernetic wilderness. We discussed Afghanistan, weird wars…
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Exit and disruption in Eastern Europe
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Reasonable doubts about Ukraine? Don’t worry, we have them too.
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Kazakhstan, Ukraine and oil interests in the Russian Near Abroad
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A guest column from Stahlblau is available at Covidian Aesthetics, a friendly substack we can never recommend enough, by Mónica Belevan and Alonso…
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Since the publication of The Decline of the West in 1918, Oswald Spengler’s theories of civilizational decline have never truly gone out of fashion…
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