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The Creation of a Myth

"The fate has put the final stop in the life of the first President of Russia, but not in the course of a heated debate about the role he played, which is still tearing the Russian society apart. Endless fighting at different levels of human thought and political responsibility are sort of telling us: Boris Yeltsin is gone but his heritage continues to live and the problem of legitimization of his heritage remains the subject of fierce battles. True, the issue of the heritage of Yeltsinism is still the most burning issue in the present-day Russian society..."

News | 29.04.2007


 

Conversations with the Nation. Part Three

"It cannot be excluded that using the half-way actions of the president and his unwillingness to openly break away from the heirs of Yeltsin, ending the truly disastrous state most of the nations is in, the kasparovs, kasyanovs and nemtsovs, riding the old demagogy hag and beginning of late to speak the language that would suit Socialists better, would try to attract many people to their side..."

News | 23.04.2007


 

Is Ukraine In for a Breakup?

"About 30 months ago I happened to express my premonitions concerning the evident trend of Ukraine’s moving towards dissolution in the press. Some time later I again spoke about my conclusions at a conference in Kiev, convened on the eve of the latest parliamentary elections. (Ukrainian parliament is called Verkhovnaya Rada,or Supreme Council). I still remember I had very serious opponents who were much more optimistic than I in their view of the things. But the latest developments would rather underscore my premonitions..."

News | 18.04.2007


 

Yuschenko Means Putsch

"There is a coup d’état in Ukraine. Yuschenko means putsch. We will not be able to make right decisions until our collective mind absorbs this fact. A protégé of the US, Yuschenko seized power illegally, and now that the Ukrainian people with their common sense managed to overcome the consequences of his old Orange coup, he intends to stage another one. Presidents have no right of disbanding parliaments. If they do, they belong to the same kind as Lucius Cornelius Sulla, Yeltsin, and Hitler..."

News | 17.04.2007


 

Beijing Six Nation Process Stalled Again

"The unpredictability of the developments around the North Korean nuclear problem and the fundamental difficulty of making the situation evolve in a reasonable way have long been recognized by the expert community... This trait was highlighted once again by the failure of the launch of the next round of the Beijing dialog, which did not really end with a total collapse, but clearly fell short of the global expectations..."

News | 13.04.2007


 

Washington’s Reluctance to Conclude Treaties: the Engine of the Iranian Crisis

"The notorious “Iranian nuclear dossier” is exactly the type of a pretext for an aggression as the pretext of Iraq having weapons of mass destruction that no one has ever discovered... The course towards the war pursued by the George Bush administration does not meet anyone’s interests, including Americans. It only meets the group interests of New Conservatives acting as representatives of the U.S. Israeli lobby, and corporate interests of the U.S. military and industrial complex".

News | 06.04.2007


 

Bacilli of Savageness in the Middle of Europe

"The proponents of the Kosovo independence are paving the way to Europe not for a nation or a people, but for an immature ethnic group. In the Kosovo case, the community which is trying to use the right to self-determination is not a nation from the historical, demographic, and linguistic points of view..."

News | 04.04.2007


 

Notes of an Orientalist (II)

"The realities of the unipolar world, which is increasingly becoming a thing of the past, carry no promise of any tactical - or, even less, strategic – advantages in Asia to Russia. Russia’s industrial underdevelopment remains the main factor limiting it political activities in the region. Overcoming the “peripheral status” can only be made possible by a real, not an imitational, modernization of the Russian economy. It is also clear that at present the Russian international politics requires a principally new ideological and intellectual support".

News | 01.04.2007




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Patriot Act Hung in Air: End of NSA Spying Activities?

No matter how hard President Obama tried to push the Patriot Act through, Senate failed to avoid the expiration of its key provisions. Republican Senator Rand Paul, a presidential hopeful, achieved his goal. He filibustered the vote to upstage the administration and some Republican heavy weights who wanted the global spying on US citizens and foreigners to continue. One of the hawks, Republican John McCain, said bluntly that Rand Paul «obviously has a higher priority for his fundraising and political ambitions than for the security of the nation»...

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