Joshua Tartakovsky ios a travelling international journalist. In recent years, he lived in the Ukrainian-attacked Donbass, Venezuela, Cuba and Brazil. His main interest is globalization and its discontents: the subjugation of poor independent nations by the global financial capital, the rebirth of Nazism in Ukraine and Eastern Europe in general with a blessing from the EU and the US, the technology of "color revolutions" aimed at destabilizing elected governments.
In his interview to Dmitry Babich Mr. Tartakovsky tells about the main problem of our days: about the attempts by the US-based global elite to subjugate the elites of the few remaining countries not yet in the orbit of US influence - Russia, China, India, Brazil. In Mr. Tartakovsky's view, the elites of these countries simply don't understand the inevitability of a conflict with the expanding American hegemony. The only solution to that problem could be an alliance of the countries still cherishing their sovereignty. There is no alternative to this way for survival, since the US is prepared to use its technology of "colored revolutions" everywhere, including the previously friendly regimes. This technology is aimed at making the elected governments of sovereign countries look pathetic, outdated, "unfashionable." It uses the marketing principles of "product placement" and discreditation of competitors.
The majority of experts in the field of armaments admit that made-in-Russia weapons can be referred to as best weapons in the world. To substantiate this point, suffice it to recall that many countries make their own ripoffs of world-famous Russian weapons.