A few years ago, the late Pierre Hassner described the new world disorder to us.
The eminent Franco-Romanian geopolitician pointed out that the fiction of an international community unified by geoeconomics and the duty of interference was engulfed in a fractal chaos.
The world would never again be bipolar as it once was, or multipolar, as Europe dreamed of, but a mutant and feverish planet, made up of unstable alliances and reversible interests.
He quoted Aron:
“Those who believe that peoples will follow their interests rather than their passions have understood nothing of the 20th century.”
Nor in the 21st century.
The fixity of alliances?
In 2003, during the American intervention in Iraq, the Paris-Berlin-Moscow-Beijing convergence was sung, which seemed made to last against the Washington-London axis.
The confrontation between neoconservative Atlanticists and status quo continentalists did not last long.
Moscow has broken with Europe.
Washington has reluctantly become the…
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