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Echo of Mockingbird in Russia. From the History of New Templars

"The situation in Italy in 1960ies – 1980ies, plagued by assassinations of journalists, businessmen, and politicians, and by terrorist acts in crowded places, was largely similar to the one currently observed in Russia. Almost all the investigations of the loud crimes failed until judges Felice Casson and Carlo Masteloni, while investigating the terrorist attack in the village of Petano, discovered documents which proved that a secret world government controlled Italy from behind the scenes..."

News | 31.12.2006


The Peril of Islamization and Ethnization of Society in the South of Russia

"The society and the state in the South of Russia deal with the challenge of a new escalation of tensions. The Chechen and Ossetian conflicts cannot be considered settled or resolved – deep transformations are in process which can surface and blow up the situation. New centers of interethnic tensions also emerge, the one in Dagestan being the most dangerous of them. A high potential of interethnic tensions exists in the Kabardino-Balkar Republic, the Karacay-Circassian Republic, the Adygea, the Stavropol and the Krasnodar regions – that is, practically everywhere in the South Federal District..."

News | 27.12.2006


Across the Taiwan Strait: Model of Relationships

"The Taiwan Strait remains one of the most conflict-ridden areas in not only Eastern Asia but in global politics as a whole. The recent developments on the Korean azimuth – the North Korean nuclear testing and the UN Security Council’s passing Resolution № 1718 with harsh sanctions against the DPRK – demonstrated the entire instability of the military political situation in this part of the world..."

News | 25.12.2006


Hybrid of the «Elephant» and «Donkey» in US Foreign Policy: the Mountain has Brought Forth a Mouse

"November and the early December were marked with several political developments in the U.S., which some analysts referred to as «earthquakes». The main development was the stunning defeat of the Republicans in the November 7 midterm elections to both chambers of the US Congress... Another development was the report of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group (ISG), which presented its views as to how the superpower could be withdrawn from Iraqi quicksand with the least damage for its image..."

News | 21.12.2006


Tyananmen Square: The Lesson That Russia Never Learnt

"Exactly during the tragic days at Tyananmen Square China made its choice, opting for real progress instead of collapse and decay destined it by the course of events. Those were exactly the days when the fate of a great Asian country, and without exaggeration, the fate of the world took shape... And that was something more than just the choice of old men in the CPC Central Committee, it was also the choice of farmers’ sons who burned to death inside the tanks on the Square of Heavenly Serenity..."

News | 18.12.2006


The Choice of the Karabakh People

"An important event took place in the life of the Karabakh people. A referendum on the adoption of the Constitution of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, NKR was held there... What was the reason behind the absence of an official statement from Russian Foreign Office about the need to take into account the will of Karabakh people, as well as with the will of South Ossetians... It is out of the question to approach the issues of territorial and political formations that broke up simultaneously with the break-up of the USSR (the former Soviet Georgia and the former Soviet Azerbaijan) with two different yardsticks using the very “double standards” Moscow blames the West for..."

News | 14.12.2006


What good is the OSCE for Russia?

"The Russian Foreign Minister has proposed to reform the OSCE. One tends to think that this is impossible... Under these conditions it would not be an extreme measure but rather a logical step towards normalisation of activities of this organisation if Russia at least suspended its membership in – if not totally withdrew from the OSCE. You cannot teach a wasp not to sting, and there is no way to withdraw the OSCE from under the U.S. influence by way of its “reforming”.

News | 12.12.2006


The Muslim Litvinenko, the Dirty Bomb and the FBI

"The FBI knew something about the plans to manufacture “the dirty bomb” and Litvinenko’s part in that (quite probably via its widely ramified agents’ network in the Islamist terrorist groups.) It did know, but it kept silence, as the vector of the possible use of the bomb was directed to Chechnya. And only after Litvinenko’s death, Americans got nervous..."

News | 08.12.2006


The United States Aims at Iran to Hit China and Russia

"The Washington Post recently published information about the exercise Vigilant Shield 07 settled for December 4-14, 2006... The exercise scenario is built around a military conflict over the intention of the country called Irmingham to to launch an uranium enrichment programme. The United States tries to prevent that. Three other nations, Ruebek, Nemazee and Churia are being drawn into the conflict on Irmingham’s side. The code names Irmingham, Ruebek, Nemazee and Churia correspondingly mean Iran, Russia, North Korea and China..."

News | 06.12.2006


When Did the “State of Georgia” Emerge?

"In an attempt to vindicate the present-day Georgia’s rights on the entire territory of what once was the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic, the Tbilisi politicians have come up with a version of the history, according to which Georgians are the world’s most ancient nation that always lived on the land entitled “Georgia” spreading from the Trabzon and southern Armenia’s territories spreading to Tuapse and Derbent in the north. The West is very fond of this version... In reality there are no records confirming the existence of the state of Georgia before the 20th century..."

News | 27.11.2006

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German View on Syria, Merkel as Sphinx

Not too resourceful, she is reluctant to take risks: to put it in one word, US ambassador to Germany called her «Angela Teflon Merkel». This nickname misses the mark, because in reality Angela Merkel is a sphinx. Nobody can hold a candle to her when it comes to talking in riddles. She can say something that sounds mysterious and then you’re free to construe it anyway you like. You can never be sure you got the message right...

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