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Integration and Modernization: What is of Greater Importance to Ukraine and Russia?

"Europe, whose economic success used to command universal respect, is becoming an artifact of the past. The reasons behind its present-day semi-peripheral status include more than just a technologically dependency and a loss of the competitive edge... Similarly to the colonial status, the semi-peripheral one is not what can be shown on a map. It is a state of minds. From this perspective, the present-day Europe has lost a great deal of its past attraction."

News | 27.07.2007


 

“Great Albania”: A Project for Europe

"The faith of Albanians is Albanism – an anti-Christian idea of bringing together all Albanians within the borders of their single state, deliberately cleansed from any impregnation by any other ethnicity. Given that Albanians have in the present-day Europe the highest per capita birth rate, the stake for ethnocracy and ethno-etatism in the plans of building the “Great Albania” is more than vindicated, allowing them to avoid restriction of the limits of Albanian expansion within the territory of the Balkans only..."

News | 25.07.2007


 

Kosovo: The Victory Can Be Celebrated But Not for Long

"Moscow and Belgrade are happy: a victory has been won. Another draft resolution veiling the soon-to-happen Kosovo’s independence was rejected at the UN Security Council... But the current situation makes one wonder about many things. How firm is this victory? What steps are the supporters of Kosovo’s independence going to make? How long will Russia stand firm on the issue, and will the West succeed in finding a weak link in Serbia’s defence?.."

News | 24.07.2007


 

Red Mosque as a Divide in Pakistan’s Policies

"According to many experts, the bloody events around Red Mosque in Islamabad became something of a divide in Pakistan’s policies... А clear shift in the direction of the aggressive political Islam of the Pakistani society has been fixed... It appears that president Pervez Musharraf will now be unable to dodge from a pending serious “test of strength” in his relations with radical Islamist groups..."

News | 14.07.2007


 

Whom Does the Future of the Balkans Depend on?

"It seems that the major scandal, caused by June 2007 the publications in the Serb media exposing Martti Ahtisaari’s accepting a $40 mln bribe from the Albanian mafia for promoting the Kosovo independence, made the “hot Finnish guy” switch to an early hibernation regime - like a northern toad in slime. He shows no signs of activity of any kind, at least for now... In fact, the scandal was really serious..."

News | 11.07.2007


 

Global Powers Focus on Africa: G8 and the Interests of Russia

"Currently, Russia is much less influential in Africa than other G8 counties, China, and South Africa. Its... participation in the programs of the African aid and the Heiligendamm process appears problematic. Therefore, it would make sense to adopt the US-style approach - to promote the interests of Russian companies in the G8 - the energy and metallurgy ones, for example – while developing ties with Africa and the countries interested in African affairs autonomously, outside the framework of the G8 consensus which is unfavorable to Russia".

News | 08.07.2007


 

The Kennebunkport Meeting: Is there Light at the End of the Tunnel?

"Following the proposal made by President Putin about joint use of the Gabalinsk radar that made quite a ripple in the world, one of the best-informed Russian publications wrote that the current scheme of the negotiations about the anti-missile system between presidents Putin and Bush was suggested by George Bush, Sr. and his aide Brent Scowcroft along the lines of the negotiations held between Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan in the late 1980s..."

News | 04.07.2007




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Intermarium and Poland’s Cherished Dreams

Poland's opposition Law & Justice Party (LJP) held its congress in Katowice on July 3-6, 2015. Michał Dworczyk, the head of Freedom and Democracy Foundation established to support Poles in former USSR, and former adviser to late President Lech Kaczyński, outlined the guidelines of Poland’s eastern policy. He emphasized the need to reject the policy of “historical amnesia” when Poland turns a blind eye on the Kiev’s heroization of Nazi OUN-UPA (the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists- Ukrainian Insurgent Army) criminals. He also stressed the need to strengthen ties with the countries of so-called Intermarium. The plight of Poles in Lithuania and Belarus will be in focus of the foreign policy efforts under the President-elect Andrzej Duda who won the presidential election as the LJP candidate (he was present at the congress)...

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