Timofey V. Bordachev
There are some who claim that globalization existed already in the Bronze Age. This is hard to deny. Yet in the new age, as the balance of power became global, international politics and the possibility to regulate the behavior of states also acquired global character.
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Alexander A. Vershinin
World War I is rightly called the suicide of Europe. It would be even more appropriate to consider it the suicide of empires. WWI graphically demonstrated that the major threat to any empire was not domestic nationalism, but another empire.
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David Chandler
If the lesson of the global response to the Coronavirus is that humanity itself is the problem, then Anthropocene Authoritarianism looks set to pose a larger long-term challenge to our ways of life than the virus itself.
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