Eurasia v. NATOstan (Hardcover)

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In Eurasia vs. NATOstan, Pepe Escobar takes us on a whirlwind journey through the swirling sands of the 21st century's defining clash. From the ancient Silk Roads to the modern-day War of Economic Corridors, Escobar paints a vivid picture of a world in transition, where the old order is crumbling and a new, multipolar reality is struggling to be born.


With his nonpareil blend of historical insight, deep cultural appreciation, and sharp geopolitical analysis, Escobar exposes the West's "rules-based international order" for the sham it is, a mere smokescreen for the Empire of Chaos to perpetuate its forever wars and plunder the Global South. But the tide is turning. Led by the Russia-China strategic partnership, a new Global Majority is rising, forging new alliances and building alternative systems that bypass the West's rigged game.


Eurasia vs. NATOstan is not just a chronicle of our turbulent times; it is a call to action. Escobar challenges us to shed the blinkers of Western exceptionalism and embrace the possibilities of a truly multipolar world, where cooperation, mutual respect, and a shared future for all replace the toxicities of war, division, and neocolonialism.


Includes Index of Persons; Timeline of the Rise of a New World Order; and a glossary of selected Escobarisms.


Seventh volume in Escobar's Chronicles of Liquid War, which also includes:


  • Globalistan: How the Globalized World is Dissolving into Liquid War (2007) (ISBN: 978-0-9788138-2-0)
  • Red Zone Blues: A Snapshot of Baghdad during the Surge (2007) (ISBN: 978-0-9788138-9-5)
  • Obama Does Globalistan (2009) (ISBN: 978-1-934840-83-2)
  • Empire of Chaos (2014) (ISBN: 978-1-60888-231-1)
  • 2030 (2015) (ISBN: 978-1-60888-035-5)
  • Raging Twenties: Great Power Politics Meets Techno-Feudalism in the Era of COVID-19 (2021) (ISBN: 978-1-60888-220-5)


The Chronicles of Liquid War offer a unique and critical perspective on the changing nature of conflict in the 21st century, moving beyond simplistic narratives and exploring the complex interplay of geopolitics, economics, and technology with complete disregard for conventional Western and mainstream media narratives.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781608882939
ISBN-10: 1608882934
Publisher: Nimble Books
Publication Date: April 2nd, 2024
Pages: 256
Language: English