Browsing Category: Geopolitics

Unethical stance of Western pharmaceutical corporations on the issue of vaccines patent waiver

Fresh reports on the real mortality toll caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, added galloping upsurge of new infections in widely populated regions, call urgently all governments to institute this one and only priority: To drastically expand and increase the vaccination programs worldwide, by using all available brands. This, regardless of unethical geopolitical discriminations, and nevertheless […]

Six years after our analysis “Severe tensions between Nato, Russia and Ukraine could lead to a greater war”

A widening of the conflict in Ukraine could take Europe to the verge of a much greater war. Therefore there are human rights concerns over a wide-ranging escalation of the current Nato-Russian conflict. Even if a greater war would be avoided, the expected civilian loses and corresponding suffering in a variety of countries affected by […]

Aims Sweden to be a superpower in the Baltic Region?

By Prof. Marcelo Ferrada de Noli Chair, Swedish Professors and Doctors for Human Rights SWEDHR   On Carl Bildt’s vision regarding “Sweden should be a superpower” –Is the Baltic Region a target for Sweden geopolitical desires? This is the second background article preceding my upcoming paper on allegations of interference by NATO Intelligence operations via […]

Sweden’s “neutrality” at the service of Nazi Germany

By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli Carl von Clausewitz established a dialectic paradigm where an actual war it is said to include not only political aims, but also political means. In my interpretation, that would constitute the modern theoretical frame in the practice of applied geopolitics by powers and client states. “War is a mere […]