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Reflections on the North Korean Nuclear Test and the U.S. Diplomacy

"The nature and manner of the U.S. foreign policies before and after the October, 9, 2006 nuclear test provide much food for thought. Following the explosion of the North Korean nuclear device, mass media in South Korea, Japan and other countries began mulling over the rumours that two hours before the device was set off the word was given to Russia, and 20 minutes before the explosion - to China... But it looks like (no matter how fantastic such a presumption can be) that should Kim Cheng Il inform anyone at all, it would be no other than Washington. At least the speed-of-lightning all-round deliberate U.S. can substantiate such a presumption..."

News | 25.10.2006


Abkhazia’s Independence: What Will Moscow Say?

"On October 18, 2006 the People’s Assembly of the Republic of Abkhazia adopted a special decree that contained an appeal to the President of the Russian Federation and the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation to recognise independence of the Republic of Abkhazia and establish associated relationships between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Abkhazia... The time came to acknowledge and legalise the sovereignty of Abkhazia as an equal member of the global community in accordance with the UN Chapter..."

News | 23.10.2006


Setting Up a Leftist Party to Defend People’s Interests: An Urgency

"I am not sure that the 2008 “successor operation” would run as smoothly as Putin’s... The timely analytical report "On a Probable Scenario for U.S. Actions regarding Russia in 2006-2008” by G. Falin and V.Yevstafiev is a warning of that. The report forecasts a possibility of the use of Russia’s population’s discontent by external forces for the unleashing in Russia of the “orange” revolution as a virtual eventuality. In view of this eventuality establishment of a leftist social democratic party that as a support of the legal state authority would express the interests of the majority of Russia’s population, consistently pursuing a course that would meet the nation’s hopes, is an urgency. A problem has not been solved yet".

News | 17.10.2006


North Korean problem after the nuclear testing

"North Korean nuclear weapons are now a reality. This development, being tremendously undesirable from the perspective of the non-proliferation and security regime in the Korean Peninsula and in North East Asia as a whole, has largely resulted from Pyongyang’s forced reaction to the policy of pressure and threats from Washington... Though emergence of nuclear weapons in the DPRK is a negative factor, one should not overexaggerate the consequences of this development..."

News | 12.10.2006


The Idea of the CIS “Confederative Nucleus” and Kazakhstan

"Having in a matter of one week met with two Bushes and Vladimir Putin, Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev demonstrated what a model of multi-vector diplomacy could boil down to... In terms of its economic development Kazakhstan has long outdone its neighbours. It now is responsible for 60% of the entire Central Asia’s GDP... The country is the world’s 6th or 7th owner of oil and natural gas and the 2nd biggest owner of uranium. This is exactly what makes Kazakhstan and its leader interesting to the United States..."

News | 09.10.2006


Georgia: Marching on Right in the Battle

"Whatever analysts may say about the latest round of tensions between Tbilisi and Moscow, and whichever reasons they wish to find behind the hysteria of the Saakashvili team, which doubtless has degenerated into a junta serving U.S. on the contract, there is one single question that can help explain the logics of everything that may follow. The question is whether there is any chance of establishing Georgian control over Abkhasia and South Ossetia?.."

News | 06.10.2006


What’s There Behind the U.S. Sanctions Against the Russian Companies

"The whole issue of the sanctions against Rosoboronexport and Sukhoi is a graphic example of how, disguised by declaring “the strategic partnership with Russia” Washington is engaged in out-and-out subversive activities against Russia and its economy, which has just started to take a breath thanks to petrodollars and demand for its military production..."

News | 03.10.2006


Liberation of Europe: Siege of Budapest

The Battle of Budapest (October 29, 1944 till February 13, 1945) was a great battle of WWII. The victory paved the way for liberation of Hungary, destruction of the Hitler’s coalition in Europe and blockade of German forces in the Balkans... The Soviet 2d and 3d Ukrainian Fronts were confronted by German Army Group South, part of Group Center and the army of Hungary, the last ally of Nazis in Europe... The Hungarian capital was encircled. Hitler ordered Obergruppenfuehrer-SS Karl Pfeffer-Wildenbruch to fight to the last. The storm started on December 26, 1944 to continue for the next two months. For comparison, Berlin was captured in two weeks...

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