“Pretty good’ we would say. Here we are, after the post-Covid world, in a world that is not yet quite “post-Ukraine” but which marks a new break in the systemic organisation of the world order. An order that is divided into two camps: Western, essentially Europe (the EU enlarged to the wishes of the imperialist dream of its institutions) and the United States flanked by their vassals Canada, Australia, Great Britain, …, and the rest of the world. The Western “camp” would love to see the rest of the world get organised around it and tries to impose a strong currency (the dollar) and an economic war against Russia and its affiliates (China included, of course). But, on the one hand, the price to be paid for the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, for which there is no way out, and this in spite of the justified appeals of French President Emmanuel Macron, ends up weighing heavily on the European economies that are first in line, swept up in a whirlwind of crises (energy, industrial, real estate, food, research, etc.).
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