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Leonid Savin

Geopolitical analyst, Chief editor of and Journal of Eurasian Affairs; head of the administration of the International "Eurasian movement".

Responsible Power: Towards A New Frame Of International Relations

Power Concepts In The U.S. Power is by its very nature material (the economic power of money or resources, the availability of physical means for compulsion, as well as men and material) as well as psychological (legal, religious, or scientific power, intellectual and social prestige, charisma, illusory or real reputation), and both variants are used for securing diplomatic or military strength. By its very nature, which is neither good nor bad, power appears differently everywhere, and its appe

On Law And Justice

Deconstruction for the De-Westernization and Pluriversality Law in the crucible of history Although in the present period legal norms are developed by politicians, laws originally predated politicians or were adopted only during the formation of political associations. In ancient times, many laws were attributed either to deities or cultural heroes, often those first kings who asserted order on the territory subject to them. The founding father of historical science, Herodotus, recalls that for

Russia and Multipolarity

Many ascribe the first steps in developing a strategy for multipolarity in international relations to Russia as well. Indeed, this claim has some merit. In Moscow on April 23rd, 1997, Russia and China signed the “Joint Declaration on a Multipolar World and the Establishment of a New International Order”, and on May 15th the declaration was registered in the UN.1 The document asserted that the Russian Federation and People’s Republic of China will strive to promote the development of a multipolar