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Russia and India: Maintaining the Long-Range Vision

"Recently Delhi has been sending signals indicating that India is dissatisfied with the level and quality of its economic cooperation with Russia, particularly in the military-technical area. Should we conclude that India decided to turn entirely towards the West? I see no reason to think so. What we do see is Delhi's natural reaction to Russia's shortcomings in the process of interacting with its traditional partner..."

News | 27.12.2007


 

What New Year Present Does Yulia Timoschenko Have For Gazprom?

"The Ukrainian government's priorities declared by the country's new PM made commentators wonder whether the traditional New Year gas war should be expected... Yulia Timoschenko can continue to charge Viktor Yanukovich and his party with betraying Ukraine's national interests, but the future will show how exactly she and the government she leads are going to reduce the gas prices without jeopardizing the country's relations first with Russia, and then – via the chain of interests - with Europe..."

News | 26.12.2007


 

Assets Exchange with an Eye to Elections

"Nowadays, fuel issues have more to do with politics than with the economy. The tendency manifested itself in the ceremony of phasing in the South Russkoe gas field, which took place in Gazprom's main office on December 18, 2007, and in the political context of the event. Though the gas field is located in West Siberia, some 3,500 km from Moscow, the Russian capital was chosen as the location for the official launch of the project's operation..."

News | 22.12.2007


 

Saakashvili’s Grand Georgian Marriage

"...the National Assembly of the Georgian Azerbaijani is an organisation enjoying Turkey’s support and aiming to obtain efficient leverage of rendering its influence in Georgia, complete with annexing it in the long run. Turkey’s principal factor of affecting political processes in Georgia is the sizeable Azeri community in Kvemo-Kartli (Borchali)."

News | 19.12.2007


 

Andrew Kuchins Is Setting His Sights

"... Prominent figures of the expert community at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) published a report titled “Alternative Futures for Russia to 2017”. One of its authors, Andrew Kuchins predicts (within the framework of an “alternative futures”) that president Vladimir Putin will be murdered January 7, 2008 at the steps of Moscow’s Christ the Saviour Cathedral after a midnight mass (?!)..."

News | 16.12.2007


 

The U.S. Dollar Loses its the Energy-Byuing Capacity

"Iran decided to refuse using the U.S. currency as an instrument of settling accounts for its export of oil... It is clear that the transfer to the euro (rouble, dinar or renminbi) account settlement is going to take quite some time. However, the Iranian demarche, especially if other states follow its footsteps (which is quite possible), can seriously shake the omnipotence of the dollar in the global trade..."

News | 13.12.2007


 

What We Should Expect From Hillary Clinton

"Hillary Clinton, the wife of the former US President Bill Clinton and a 2008 presidential race favorite recently unveiled her international politics agenda in a paper in Foreign Affairs... The publication provides a fairly critical account of a number of aspects of G. Bush's presidency. A wind of change in the US foreign politics? Hardly so. The analysis... shows that no radical changes in Washington's global strategy can be expected in the foreseeable future..."

News | 07.12.2007


 

President Pervez Musharraf at the Junction of Epochs

"The military or the military in retirement stood at the helm of the state of Pakistan for the greater part of its 60-years history. The Pakistani army is one of the principal components of the development of its society. It can stand idle watching the happening, but it detonates according to its own patterns..."

News | 05.12.2007


 

The Crimean Tartar Mob Under Protection of Ukraine’s Authorities

"What is there behind the November 2007 task force operation on Ai-Petri Mount to liquidate the consequences of land-grabbing by Crimean Tartars? Would the Majlis proclaim at the November 7, 2007 Kurultai (parliamentary session) the mobilisation of the Crimean Tartars, whose leaders represent the pro-presidential bloc “Our Ukraine- People’s Self-Defence” (OUPSD)? What will the situation caused by illegal seizure of land in the Crimea be in the near future?.."

News | 01.12.2007


 

Gas War Forebodings

"Even if one prefers to ignore the experts’ forebodings that a new gas war in the CIS is coming, it must be admitted that the situation spans far beyond the confines of local pricing conflicts. Given the continuous growth of the gas prices, the CIS countries face the difficult but inevitable task of finding the modes of unification in the gas (and possibly, the energy) space..."

News | 28.11.2007




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Ending the Cold War on Cuba? From the Freezer to the Chiller

As US President Barack Obama announced his surprise «historic» bid to normalise relations with Cuba this week, the New York Times swooned with glowing news. ‘US to Restore Full Relations With Cuba, Erasing a Last Trace of Cold War Hostility’ was how its top headline put it. Welcoming the development, the American «newspaper of record» said Obama vowed to «cut loose the shackles of the past» and to «sweep aside one of the last vestiges of the Cold War». But, purple prose aside, the hard detail is that the ongoing illegal American embargo on Cuba will stay in place. Moreover, the move comes as Washington slaps on more sanctions against Russia and unleashes new sanctions on Venezuela...

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