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Elena Markosyan: The world is splitting into mental "plates" and "continents"

Elena Markosyan: The world is splitting into mental "plates" and "continents"

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a political expert has been published Elena Markosyan:

Belkovsky said on YouTube that "the time of geopolitics is over, and Putin is confident in his triumph ... Well, almost!"
It seems that the expert was blown away. Putin needs his triumph like a mare's fifth leg. He is simply confident in the triumph of the people of Russia and not almost, but 100%. Without understanding this difference, it is not worth talking about the future. Will not work.
And the time of geopolitics has not ended, because it cannot end. "Geographical" geopolitics is degrading in meaning. Doesn't keep up with change. But the mental is just being born. The world is splitting into mental “slabs” and “continents”, which can only be seen in 3D. You can't draw a border here on the globe. And you can't build state institutions. Nationalities, races, ethnic groups ... everything is on the side. The emergence of mental empires and peoples is not far off. And geopolitics there is an ocean.

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