The G7 summit in Quebec (Canada) and the SCO summit in Qingdao (China) took place at almost exactly the same time and once again clearly demonstrated the ever growing multipolarity of global and trans-regional development. However, while the Group of Seven meeting took a step backwards of sorts — or, put simply, actually failed — the SCO summit took a step forward towards its expansion and the further development of cooperation between the member states. Continue reading Bonus for the “Big Eight” in Qingdao, SCO Summit | Mikhail Konarovsky
Behind the preferred headliners of the mainstream media, multiple Eurasia-based geopolitical organizations continue to strengthen themselves away from Western hegemonic influence. Continue reading Anti-Deep State Gamechanger SCO Doubled its Strength
The Eurasian Union has grown bigger by the day. At least three more nuclear powered countries have joined the Shanghai Cooperation Organization making the Eurasian Union at par or even bigger than NATO.
For the last few days, some very significant events have taken place.
Among them was the major steps taken to strengthen mutual cooperation amongst China’s closest neighbors through the Silk Road Belt Initiative and Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
This is on top of both Russia’s and China’s plan to develop the Far East, and Latin America.
On the other hand, although we haven’t confirmed this breaking news locally yet about global financial reset, it’s good to know what can be expected soon.