About Us

Eurasia Future is a multi-dimensional platform offering the latest news and analysis on the most important events shaping our world today. Our focus is on the new political alignments of the Middle East, Syria and Iraq’s war against Takfiri terrorism, China and the emergence of One Belt—One Road, the shifting dynamics in South Asian alliances, South East Asia’s political and economic revolution, the Palestinian campaign for justice, Russia’s role as a Eurasian superpower, the decline of the US Dollar and much more.

Eurasia Future features all original articles by global experts. No articles on Eurasia Future have appeared previously in any publication.

We look forward to illuminating the political and diplomatic issues on the belts and roads of Eurasia and the wider world.


Adam Garrie

Adam Garrie – Director

Adam Garrie is a geo-political expert who can be frequently seen on Nedka Babliku’s weekly discussion show Digital Divides, RT’s flagship debate show CrossTalk,  Press-TV’s flagship programme ‘The Debate’ and radio Sputnik.

A global specialist with an emphasis on Eurasian integration, Garrie’s articles have been published in the Oriental Review, Asia Times, Geopolitica Russia, the Tasnim News Agency, Global Research, RT’s Op-Edge, Global Village Space and others.


 Nedka Babliku – Contributing Editor

Nedka Babliku is a geo-political commentator and writer with a special emphasis on the geo-political history and development of the Arab World and the wider Middle East in addition to pan-Asian affairs. She produces and hosts a weekly geo-political discussion show Digital Divides.






Andrew KorbynkoAndrew Korybko – Contributor

Andrew Korybko is an American Moscow-based political analyst specializing in the relationship between the US strategy in Afro-Eurasia, China’s One Belt One Road global vision of New Silk Road connectivity, and Hybrid Warfare.




Afree DagherAfraa Dagher – Permanent Correspondent for Syria

Afraa Dagher is a political commentator and activist from Syria who rose to prominence when challenging the NATO/Gulfi narrative about her country.