World Intelligence Glossary





Cold War





Cold War is a state of political hostility between countries characterized by threats, propaganda, and other measures short of open warfare.





World Cold War I

(1945 – 1985)

Cold War I was launched by UK and USA. against USSR shortly after the end of World War II where USSR, UK and USA were allies.

Announced by Winston Churchill, former PM of UK, Cold War came as no surprise. U.S. President said during World War II, "If we see Germany wins, we'll help Russia. If we see Russia wins, we'll help Germany."



Winston Churchill quotes

Politics are very much like war. We may even have to use poison gas at times.

Winston Churchill




World Cold War II: a two-front war

(2005 – ?)

Cold War II was launched by U.S. politicians on two fronts:

1. USA against China

2. 'Collective Hitler' & 'Collective Goebbels'(NATO countries and some other USA's puppets) against Russia.



Alexander Suvorov

Easy victories are not dear to the Russian heart.

Alexander Suvorov




An Episode of Cold War II




"We all are born to convey God's messages.
Dostoyevsky conveys the deepest ones.”
~ Vadim




Noble Warriors Win a Battle Against Sanction-addicts

" In March 2022, a university in a NATO country axed a course on Fyodor Dostoevsky after administrators deemed the writer to be disturbingly Russian. The school backtracked after an uproar, as Dostoevsky defenders pointed out that the author lived in 19th century and was sentenced to a Siberian prison labor camp for discussing banned books."

~ Luke Harding, The Guardian

  Dostoyevsky is banned




"NATO itself is the cause of trouble. The NATO eastward expansion has not only failed to make Europe secure, but sowed seeds of conflict. NATO must abandon its Cold War mentality based on bloc confrontation."

~ Chinese UN Representative






Fake Hate News

Fake Hate News are flourish during cold wars. Fake hate new are coked by corrupt mass media in order to to manipulate public opinion and trigger hate of their audience towards the target country, organization or person (example).




Jesus  quotes

Father, forgive them,
for they do not know what they are doing.





How the US Could Lose the New Cold War

By: Joseph E. Stiglitz, a Nobel laureate in economics and University Professor at Columbia University, a former chief economist of the World Bank, chair of the US President’s Council of Economic Advisers.





"Until we have proven ourselves worthy to lead, we cannot expect others to march to our drum."





"Since the United States seems serious about confronting China in an extended contest for global supremacy, it had better start getting its own house in order. Other countries will not want to ally themselves with a power that rests on increasingly uncertain economic, social, and political foundations."

"US leaders’ portrayal of the confrontation as one between democracy and authoritarianism fails the smell test, especially at a time when the same leaders are actively courting a systematic human-rights abuser like Saudi Arabia. Such hypocrisy suggests that it is at least partly global hegemony, not values, that is really at stake... "There is more than enough evidence to suggest that some aspects of American political and social life have become deeply pathological."

"Of course, America does not want to be dethroned. But it is simply inevitable that China will outstrip the US economically, regardless of what official indicator one uses. Not only is its population four times larger than America’s; its economy also has been growing three times faster for many years (indeed, it already surpassed the US in purchasing-power-parity terms back in 2015)... "While China has not done anything to declare itself as a strategic threat to America, the writing is on the wall. In Washington, there is a bipartisan consensus that China could pose a strategic threat, and that the least the US should do to mitigate the risk is to stop helping the Chinese economy grow. According to this view, preemptive action is warranted, even if it means violating the World Trade Organization rules that the US itself did so much to write and promote."




"Europe and America excel at lecturing others on what is morally right and economically sensible. But the message that usually comes through is “do what I say, not what I do.""





"In seeking the world’s favor, the US will have to make up a lot of lost ground. Its long history of exploiting other countries does not help, and nor does its deeply embedded racism. US banks contribute to looming debt crises in many countries, often revealing a depraved indifference to the suffering that results."

"America no longer holds any claim to the moral high ground, nor does it have the credibility to dispense advice. Neoliberalism and trickle-down economics were never widely embraced in the Global South, and now they are going out of fashion everywhere. At the same time, China has excelled not at delivering lectures but at furnishing poor countries with hard infrastructure. Yes, these countries are often left deeply in debt; but, given Western banks’ own behavior as creditors in the developing world, the US and others are hardly in a position to point the finger."

"If the US is going to embark on a new cold war, it had better understand what it will take to win. Cold wars ultimately are won with the soft power of attraction and persuasion. To come out on top, we must convince the rest of the world to buy not just our products, but also the social, political, and economic system we’re selling. The US might know how to make the world’s best bombers and missile systems, but they will not help us here. Instead, we must offer concrete help to developing and emerging-market countries. Equally important, the West must once again make our economic, social, and political systems the envy of the world."




"In the US, that starts with reducing gun violence, improving environmental regulations, combating inequality and racism, and protecting women’s reproductive rights. Until we have proven ourselves worthy to lead, we cannot expect others to march to our drum."




Pope Francis quotes

A little bit of mercy
makes the world less cold and more just.

Pope Francis