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Iran: the Threat of a Nuclear War

Analysis of the current state of the conflict with Iran shows that the world faces the possibility of a new war which can start within days from now. The US and its allies started the psychological preparation of the world public opinion for the possibility of using tactical nuclear weapons to resolve 'the Iranian problem'. The US propaganda machine is working hard to create the impression that a 'surgically precise' use of the nuclear weapon with only limited consequences is possible. However, this has been known to be untrue since the 1945 US nuclear strikes on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

News | 30.03.2007


 

The Suslov-Style Democracy, or the Russian Political Theatre

"The revival in Russia of culture (or the anti-culture?) of the political theatre is quite symptomatic. This phenomenon reached its bloody apex in Stalin’s time, then following a moderate course to finally dying in sleep together with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It was followed by a brief period of spontaneous but real democracy that nevertheless soon ended with the advent of Boris Yeltsin..."

News | 29.03.2007


 

Are There Limitations on Multi-Vector Politics?

Currently, the relations between Moscow and Astana are at a much lower point than they used to be till last September. Nazarbaev and Putin met 13 times in 2006, but their meetings in 2007 are likely to be less frequent. After the Kazakh President’s visit to Moscow on March 19-20, there appears to be a chill in the relations between Russia and Kazakhstan.

News | 27.03.2007


 

The Global Projection of the U.S. Military Power and its Limits

"The U.S. unbridled “unilateralism” is definitely helping accelerate re-grouping of the world’s political forces chiefly on the anti-U.S. basis... The recent speech of Russian President in Munich is a sort of a manifestation of the overcoming by the Russian authorities of the “will crisis”. Will they be able – being so pressed for time - to overcome the “paradigm crisis” in the near future – that is the question".

News | 21.03.2007


 

The Aim and the Results of Yulia Tymoshenko’s Visit to the US

"The essence of Tymoshenko’s proposal to the US is that with her help the US is to gain control over the transit of the Russian fuel to Europe via Ukraine, and, in exchange, to turn from supporting Yushchenko, whose performance fell short of Washington’s expectations, to supporting the more decisive Tymoshenko..."

News | 15.03.2007


 

Talking To the Country: Part Two

"In late February the dormant Russian political life was shaken by the developments at the congress of the Russia for Justice party. Quite unexpectedly for a lot of people, S. Mironov, the party’s leader and the head of the Federation Council, started talking about socialism.... There is something to be surprised about here..."

News | 07.03.2007


 

Man, Bear, and the Invisible Hand

"The political technology scheme finally got revealed... – two political forces are organized, their mission being to cater to all the basic public opinion trends... You can buy a traditional craft of the Russian wood-carvers at souvenir fairs – it is a peasant and a bear sawing a log together. There is a small lever beneath the set of figures - when you move it, the two figures start pushing and pulling the saw back and forth. Though, of course, nothing happens to the log – the work is merely imitated. That’s how it works – an invisible hand makes things happen, and the guy and the bear pretend to be working".

News | 02.03.2007




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    Mikhail AGHAJANYAN

Turkey, Islamic State and USA

The Turkey’s contemporary Middle East policy is inconsistent. On September 11 in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) the foreign chiefs of the United States of America, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and the Persian Gulf monarchies declared their intention to “eradicate” the Islamic State. It’s worth to note that Iran and Syria were not among the participants. Just before the event Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Dovutoglu had held a meeting of the cabinet to announce that Turkey would not take part in ground operations and other actions on the Iraqi soil limiting its role to intelligence gathering and logistics. The decision echoes the country's refusal to allow the United States to station 60,000 troops in Turkey in 2003 to invade Iraq from the north, which triggered a crisis between the two allies.  

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