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Articles 08.2007

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Kosovo in the Geopolitical Context

"The Russian answer to the recognition by the West of unilateral self-determination of Kosovo should be a refusal to continue acting within the framework of the current inefficient formats of settlements of the conflicts in the Trans-Dniester Republic, Abkhazia, South Ossetia (and, according to some experts in Nagorno Karabakh) and the official recognition by Russia and its allies of the sovereignty of the self-proclaimed republics of the former USSR..."

News | 30.08.2007


 

What Does “Torgau-2007” Symbolize?

"By hook and by crook – that appears to be a good way to describe the activities of the Russian authorities that are now so intent to make Russian-NATO military manoeuvres a routine practice. And to think of the codename they have come up with: “Torgau”! In April 1945 the Soviet and U.S. armies met near this little German town on the Elba when they together were dealing a fatal strike of the Wermacht in its den. Torgau was then a symbol of the victory over Nazism they won together, whereas what is going on nowadays looks like Moscow’s capitulation to Brussels and Washington..."

News | 20.08.2007


 

What Has Made Pipes and Ginzburg So Excited?

Quite recently the well-known U.S. historian and political analyst Richard Pipes in an interview to the Italian “Corrierre della Serra said that he did not rule out the probability of the beginning of a new “cold war” between the Wets and Russia. In his view, the Russian potential is a much bigger threat to Europe than Islamist terrorists.

News | 15.08.2007


 

The State-Forming Nation and the Consolidated Responsibility Concept

"The problem of political and religious extremism is high on the political agenda in Russia... The main problem which makes Russian youths join the skinheads and the young Muslims – the Islamist extremists is, in both cases, lack of hope and opportunity..."

News | 12.08.2007


 

An Empty-Handed Viktor Yushchenko?

"It may seem that the problems still unsolved by the two states must come on the agenda of the meeting between the Russian and Ukrainian presidents in Sochi during Vladimir Putin’s vacation there. According to the Ukrainian president, foreign ministers and secretaries of security councils of both states have finalized working out the plan of actions that comprises 26 items and initialled it..."

News | 06.08.2007


 

The Way I See Serbia, or Whose Slipknot is Now on the Neck of the Serb People

"The developments in Serbia in the late XX – early XXI centuries exemplify the truth that “global” players’ interests outweigh the national ones in the statehood politics... And the people, countries, and international institutions, which instigated separatism in the late XX century and contributed most to the disintegration of Yugoslavia, continue their efforts – now their slipknot is on the neck of Serbia and the Serbs..."

News | 01.08.2007




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    Grigory STAVRIDIN

Hungarian Factor. Transcarpathian Fragment of Ukrainian Patchwork

The “strange armistice” in Donbass and the upcoming parliamentary election in Ukraine have made pale the events in Transcarpathia, the region where the situation can hardly be called tranquil. The radical Ukrainian nationalism has become decisive for shaping the new regime’s policy, the reunification of Crimea with Russia, the mobilization of Ukrainians to fill the ranks of those who take part in the punitive operation against Novorossia – all told these factors have given impetus to separatist trends in the Transcarpathian region. Ukrainian MPs have granted self-rule to parts of two eastern regions while Budapest strongly supports the demands of Hungarian minority to grant special status to Transcarpathia. 

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