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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


 

The Kachinski Brothers, Little Siamese napoleons

"They entered the city they had won in a triumphal chariot... Trailing their chariot were the streamlined columns of the “Energy NATO army”, “EU troops”, the warriors of the customs front, the over-proud offspring of the old Polish country gentry (the shlyakhta) shining their crooked sabres and the veterans of “The Vistula Miracle” shaking their pitchforks. Kneeling on both sides of the road and were Russian and Byelorussian totalitarians entreating for mercy. Behind their backs German and French POWs were plaintively grunting their previous disregard. The Liberty Statue was beckoning her greetings from across Big Water with her concrete torch..."

News | 23.11.2006


 

Such an Expensive Freedom, or the Domino Effect (2)

"In line with the “Captive Nations Resolution” that is still in legal force (being approved by both Houses of the U.S. Congress and signed by President Dwight Eisenhower July 17, 1959) the Russian nation is regarded as the “oppressor” of the suffering “victims of Communism”. For almost 50 years American presidents have been presenting annual messages to mark the third week of July as “Captive Nations Week”, whereas the official Moscow has been putting up with the existence in the United States of this racist anti-Russian law..."

News | 22.11.2006


 

Unrecognised states on the road to international legitimisation

"At present the world politics know no other problem whose positive solution would so much depend on Moscow’s position and at the same time help Moscow improve its profile as legitimisation of an independent political status of the self-proclaimed post-Soviet states".

News | 17.11.2006


 

Saddam Hussein and U.S. Middle East Policies

"Saddam Hussein (born 1939), a cruel dictator was at the same time a charismatic leader for many Iraqis and residents of the Arab world at large. He was strong-willed, a man of inexhaustible energy, untamable ambitions, unyielding and fierce (some eyewitnesses said he could shoot some clerk who committed offence right in his study). Many traits of his character were cast in the underground and the police jails..."

News | 15.11.2006


 

What does Donald Rumsfeld’s resignation mean?

"To my mind, the replacement of the US Secretary of Defense is not going to have any major effect on relations between the US and Russia. The US foreign policy is not going to change. This is true for both NATO’s expansion to the East and the US support for “Orange” revolutions in the post-Soviet space... The US strategy in the 21st century is a strategy of new US-style colonization of the world..."

News | 10.11.2006


 

Russia - Europe: Serious Difficulties of the Energy Dialogue

"Starting some time ago the energy dialogue between Russia and European Union has been striking upon snags. Quite recently an actual ultimatum was delivered to Vladimir Putin in the Finnish town of Lakhti. It said: either Russia ratifies the Agreement to the Energy Charter and signs the Protocol and Transit Supplement to it or the principal articles of these documents will be included in a new Agreement of partnership and cooperation between Russia and the EU..."

News | 08.11.2006


 

Geopolitics Return

"Western political analysts, primarily those in the United States are nowadays talking much about the beginning of a new stage of a geopolitical standoff between Russia and the United States, calling it a “new Cold war” and stating that an undeclared war between Russia and the United States is again turning into an axis of present-day global politics..."

News | 04.11.2006




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9/11 Was NATO’s License to Expand Globally

The 9/11 attacks on the United States undoubtedly benefited a number of actors, including the American military-intelligence complex, Israel, and most definitely, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Cold War-era, the area of responsibility for which had long been confined to Europe and North America, used the provisions of Article 5 of the NATO Charter – which states that an attack on one member is an attack on all – to extend NATO’s power deep into Eurasia, particularly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Kyrgyzstan...

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