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Pepe Escobar is a columnist at The Cradle, editor-at-large at Asia Times and an independent geopolitical analyst focused on Eurasia. Since the mid-1980s he has lived and worked as a foreign correspondent in London, Paris, Milan, Los Angeles, Singapore and Bangkok. He is the author of countless books; his latest one is Raging Twenties.
In Moscow, Xi and Putin bury Pax Americana
In Moscow this week, the Chinese and Russian leaders revealed their joint commitment to redesign the global order, an undertaking that has 'not been seen in 100 years.'
By Pepe Escobar Mar 22, 2023
Sergey Glazyev: ‘The road to financial multipolarity will be long and rocky’
In an exclusive interview with The Cradle, Russia's top macroeconomics strategist criticizes Moscow's slow pace of financial reform and warns there will be no new global currency without Beijing.
By Pepe Escobar Mar 13, 2023
The Valdai meeting: Where West Asia meets multipolarity
At Russia's Valdai Club meeting - the east's answer to Davos - intellectuals and influencers gathered to frame West Asia's current and future developments.
By Pepe Escobar Mar 04, 2023
Putin’s ‘civilizational’ speech frames conflict between east and west
In his Federal Assembly address, President Putin emphasized that Russia is not only an independent nation-state but also a distinct civilization with its own identity, which is in conflict and actively opposes the values of 'western civilization.'
By Pepe Escobar Feb 22, 2023
Raisi in Beijing: Iran-China strategic plans go full throttle
Raisi's visit to Beijing, the first for an Iranian president in 20 years, represents Tehran's wholesale 'Pivot to the East' and China's recognition of Iran's centrality to its BRI plans.
By Pepe Escobar Feb 17, 2023
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