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Ukraine: The Crisis is Frozen and is Gaining Momentum

"The Ukrainian crisis is temporarily frozen, but in reality it has been latently gaining momentum. It can be said without any reservations that the genuine directors of the crisis who control its development from the United States are steadily following the path of bringing about the break-up of Ukraine that would be as advantageous to them as it is disadvantageous to Russia..."

News | 29.05.2007


 

The War against Memorials is the War of World Outlooks

"But no matter how many times the mantras about “the Soviet occupation” of Eastern Europe are repeated, they fail to bring about the writing off of the decisive role played by the USSR in the crush of Hitlerism. That’s what makes many politicians in the countries west of Russia gnash their teeth. Mantras or no mantras, the truth is acknowledged there. It is simple: without the Soviet Union, without Red Army western democracies would nowadays be a vast Nazi concentration camp..."

News | 25.05.2007


 

The Resurrection of Jihad

"A powerful impetus to a new rise of the radical Islamism was given by the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Following the overthrow of Saddam Hussein and the destruction of outdated state structures that country became a testing ground for radical Islamist groups, waging their jihad against the United States and its allies, as well as the stronghold to be used for the dissemination of Iran’s political influence..."

News | 23.05.2007


 

On the Dispute Around North Korea’s Nuclear Status

"One of the reasons why the negotiations at the "Beijing Six" meeting in March 2007 stalled was a number of mistakes made by that wing of the Bush administration that had made a stake on talks with Pyongyang..."

News | 18.05.2007


 

Should Poland Get Rid of the Principal Symbol of the Communist Dictatorship?

"Russia has paid the high price for the liberation of Poland from the Nazi occupation, when 600,000 of its troops gave their lives in the fight. We will have to pay once again, this time to prevent the desecration of the memories of the Soviet soldier as the liberator of the Eastern European countries, and to cure the Polish “taxpayers” of their retrospect amnesia so that they could finally realise that they are now fighting our common history..."

News | 15.05.2007


 

Nursultan Nazarbaev: A Contender for the Title of Lord Protector of Central Asia

"Nazarbaev is playing a sophisticated game – his aim is to become the leader in the region. Kazakhstan’s economic success during the recent years, owed to high fuel prices in the international market, stimulated the country’s elite to adopt the politics of an economic expansion in dealing with its less prosperous neighbors... At the same time, Nazarbaev is seeking presidency in the OSCE and positions himself as the proponent of the EU politics in the region..."

News | 10.05.2007


 

Armenia on the Eve of Elections: Lessons for Russia

"The story of Artur Bagdasarian, former chairman of Armenian parliament and the leader of party Orinianz Erkir (The Land of Law) can teach other people a lesson. Bagdasarian is trying to play the role of an “Armenian Yushchenko”, who speaks regularly to Western mass media calling for the fastest possible Armenia’s integration into NATO, but whose popularity at home is very low. He is now in the focus of a nation-wide scandal..."

News | 07.05.2007




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    Natalia MEDEN

It’s Up to Germans to Decide if They Need War in Europe

The geopolitical project of creating independent Ukraine in order to destroy the Russian statehood was not a brainchild of US strategists. The idea belonged to German ideologists. No need to fall prey to illusions, it should be understood that the people who take foreign policy decisions in Berlin today are hardly ready for a compromise with Russia on Ukraine... Czar Alexander III probably had a reason to turn to the wall the picture of German Emperor, who was his uncle, while calling Iron Chancellor Otto von Bismarck «ober-swine». No matter that, the great German politician cared about the fate of his people. That’s what a wise foreign policy is about. Germans themselves should decide if they want a war in Europe. They should think about it and not forget that the United States pursues its own goals...

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