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Europe’s Course Provokes the Creation of a Cartel Group of Gas Exporters

"... At present the EU administration directly provokes the cartelization tendency and does everything possible to make the gas market become similar to that of oil - with swaps, bans on long-term contracts, etc. Implementing “the Gas Directive”, the EU declares that it is necessary to develop a joint energy strategy of the gas-consumer countries. In this context, the supplier countries’ reaction is quite natural, and Russia, Algeria, and Iran’s drift towards creating a gas analog of OPEC is more than logical..."

News | 29.01.2007


 

The Fifth Column and the Pro-Kremlin Media Sagа (1)

"In the coming year the political life in Russia will revolve around the parliamentary and presidential elections. There will be a lot of struggle for PR sites and the media influence over the stupefied electorate. In this context, Vadim Rabinovich and Arcady Gaidamak are of interest as the potential new media tycoons running the outlets currently earning the reputation of the pro-Kremlin media. Or even of the pro-Kremlin fifth column, as this role is oftentimes perceived abroad, in the Russia diaspora...."

News | 27.01.2007


 

China: A Geopolitical Projection of Economic Growth

"On the threshold of the coming visit to India by President Vladimir Putin slated for January 25-26, 2007 and Russian-Indian negotiations on a wide range of issues, it is of especial significance to learn about the contradictory feelings the Indian intellectual elite experience concerning the vigorous economic growth of another Asian giant, China..."

News | 23.01.2007


 

The “White” al-Qaeda and the Future of Europe

"Тhe problem is that Europe still cannot understand the simple truth that it is the US and Great Britain who laid a delayed-action mine under its future. European countries became hostages of the interests of the Anglo-Saxons encouraging extremists in Bosnia and Kosovo. Al-Qaeda cells proliferated under the auspices of Paddy Ashdown, the British intelligence officer in the post-war Bosnia...

News | 19.01.2007


 

George W.Bush: Longing For a New Victorious War in Iraq’s Neighbourhood

"To disguise the defeat the U.S. army is suffering in Iraq, George Bush is longing to launch a new victorious war in that country’s neighbourhood. The key elements of American strategies in Iraq are “increasing American force levels” and interrupting “the flow of support from Iran and Syria”... Brainwashing of the American public has also been intensifying..."

News | 15.01.2007


 

Elections in Serbia and the Future of Kosovo

"The parliamentary elections in Serbia are to take place shortly, on December 21, 2007. The electoral activity of the country’s population has been at an extremely low level for several years. Presidential elections failed a number of times. This is the result of the enormous fatigue suffered by the Serbs, who have been the victims of a real informational terror for a decade..."

News | 11.01.2007




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The Transatlantic Partnership and the Monetary Sovereignty of Europe

On 20 April, the ninth round of negotiations between US and EU representatives on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) began in New York. Officials on both sides of the Atlantic are referring to the figure of $100 billion as the main argument in favour of the agreement. Apparently, this is the amount that the combined GDP of the US and the 28 EU member countries will increase by. So far, nobody has given any clear explanations as to where this estimate has come from... A European not well-versed in politics does not yet understand what to expect from the TTIP...

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