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On V. Putin’s Arab Middle East Tour

"Russian President V. Putin visited Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Jordan on February 11-13... The Russian President’s priorities during his visits to the three Arab countries were to lay the groundwork for future moves towards forming the “gas OPEC” and to reach agreements with the major oil-exporting countries on preventing a drop in the global hydrocarbon fuel prices..."

News | 26.02.2007


 

Bob' s Constitution. Continuing Talking without Politesse (I)

"The response of U.S. politicians and the Russian media following in their clear water to Vladimir Putin’ speech in Munich can bewilder any sober-minded person... But what can be appreciated is the wish of the Russian President to call a spade a spade when referring to certain U.S. policies, even for the mere reason that it is now simply unbecoming to try to maintain serious intercourse with Western colleagues about Khodorkovsky, Politkovskaya, Litvinenko or the absence of democracy in Russia..."

News | 23.02.2007


 

Dan Xiaoping's Live Heritage

"Ten years ago, on February 19, 1997 Dan Xiaoping, one of the outstanding Chinese leaders passed away. The best way of assessing the scale and role of personalities like him should be justly gauging the viability of the country’s management he left behind. In Dan Xiaoping’s case the words of highest appreciation are quite appropriate..."

News | 19.02.2007


 

The West’s Cold Deck, or The Fight For the “Soviet Heritage”

"President Putin’s speech in Munich on February 10, 2007 became a sort of a summary of the outcome of international developments in the past several years. Speaking in Munich, Russian President expressly emphasised the growing disrespect of the norm so international law on the part of the United States, so that no one in the world can feel safe any longer..."

News | 13.02.2007


 

Russia – India: Geopolitical Project

"...The military strategic potential of Russian-Indian cooperation is truly enormous. In the first place, increased Indian military presence in the Asian and Pacific region does not contradict Russia’s interests but much rather serves them... Secondly, the stronger Indian military potential produces a restraining effect on China, drawing off a considerable part of Peking’s growing military might... Thirdly, India represents a «showcase» of Russian politics, strategy and modern weapon technologies..."

News | 10.02.2007


 

A Strike on Iran Would Signify the Beginning of the Nuclear Wars Epoch

"The coming war between the US and Iran has to conform to certain parameters defined a priori. The US is tired of Iraq, and the public opinion in the country is turning increasingly anti-war. Therefore, the offensive against Iran has to be swift and victorious... The crucial circumstance is that only nuclear weapons can guarantee the US victory in this war..."

News | 07.02.2007


 

New Members to Join Nuclear Club

"Though Washington never stops telling about its attempts to put an end to the nuclear proliferation, the real US politics which does not agree with these declarations, makes other countries – the ones which consider their security and sovereignty important – look for various ways of getting nuclear weapons. The American superpower leaves them no other options".

News | 05.02.2007


 

«Gas Cartel» Idea Gathering Momentum

"Judging by the number and tonality of press publications, the idea of «gas OPEC» has been gradually gripping people’s minds all across Russia. It has been backed by State Duma deputies and senators, directors of research institutes and centers, analysts. The common view is that an alliance of gas producing countries is a reasonable idea that is profitable for Russia. The discussion of the gas producing cartel received an added impetus from the sensational statement that came on January 27 from Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei..."

News | 02.02.2007




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First Month of War in Yemen

...Saudi Arabia cannot defeat the Houthis without having boots on the ground. The Saudi allies are not chomping at the bit for deploying ground forces in Yemen. Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates have no capability to conduct large-scale ground operations. A couple of battalions would not be enough. The first month of war in Yemen showed that these states have no wish to get further embroiled in the Yemeni conflict under the banner of Saudi Kingdom. Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan continue to watch the situation creep. They are in no rush to start a direct confrontation with Iran.

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