Multipolar Wave

The monitoring of multipolarism is now more topical than ever. It is through the prism of the rise of multipolarism and the decline of unipolarism that major world events must be interpreted.

Remembering Allende and His Project Cybersyn

Fifty years back, Pinochet’s coup destroyed Allende’s government and the structure of liberal democracy in Chile. Allende died with a machine gun in his hands, defending his attempt to build socialism in Chile against the combined power of the US


Sri Lanka: Angry Sirisena and Easter Sunday fallout

Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) Chairman Maithripala Sirisena, MP, recently accused ousted General Secretary of the party, parliamentarian Dayasiri Jayasekera, unceremoniously kicked out by him, of seeking to contest the next presidential election. The former President (2015-2019) claimed that the Kurunegala District lawmaker pursued

Foreign performers thrive on China stages

China’s National Day holidays are often a peak season for the culture and tourism sector, as Chinese flock to tourist destinations and cinemas. For this year, with the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions