Russia’s Scheme to Swallow Fourth World Nations to Absorb Independent States

Fourth World nations1–what the UN calls indigenous peoples–are caught up in violent conflicts between Russia, the United States, and their proxies. Russian and American violent confrontations have killed thousands of indigenous peoples—forcing their relocation as refugees, while intimidating nations into subordination to the state. The significance of Fourth World nations in geopolitics is little understood […]

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