East 54 – The new issue


The new issue of East Global Geopolitics will be on sale at newsagents and bookshops on the 1st of July.

The new issue of East Global Geopolitics will be on sale at newsagents and bookshops on the 1st of July.

Spurred on by the abdication of Juan Carlos of Spain, in this issue we take a look at a few modern day ‘sovereigns’: the Turk Tayyip Erdoğan, lambasted yet irreplaceable, the Hungarian Viktor Orbán, not too popular abroad but hugely successful on his own turf and the Frenchman François Hollande, unpopular pretty much everywhere.

To add a little perspective, there’s also a portrait of Peter the Great, who set the stage for the Russia of today. The first Tzar “of all Russia”, he placed a levy on beards and was the first (of many) to conquer Crimea.

Hundreds of millions have been called to vote in India and Europe. The large number democracies have won the day, defying pundits in Asia as much as over here.

European feelings are now voiced through blogs, the British legal system has to come to terms with an incompatible Sharia law (once again due to Large Numbers), while Muslim women are becoming fervent supporters of the jihad.

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