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NATO in the Asia-Pacific

"Since recently, one can increasingly often encounter the bizarre term «NATO in the Asia-Pacific» in global media and academic publications... The US, Japan, Australia, and India are the potential members of this virtual military-political bloc. The would-be alliance is intended to balance China's geopolitical expansion in the Asia-Pacific region... Тhe Asia-Pacific NATO concept reflects an attempt to restore the bloc philosophy and politics in the Asia-Pacific. At the same time, it represents an attempt of carry out an atlantist expansion in the Eastern hemisphere..."

News | 31.10.2007


 

The Terrorist Act in Karachi

"The terrorist act which took place in Karachi on October 18, 2007, – the worst one in the history of Pakistan – was equally predictable and unexpected. Obviously, millions of supporters of the former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto were not the only people who waited for her return from the 8-years-long self-imposed exile. Her enemies from the cohorts of Muslim extremists were also ready for it..."

News | 25.10.2007


 

Kosovo: UN Mandated Part of Serbia

"A new round of direct negotiations between the delegations of Serbia and Kosovo on October 14 in Brussels did not become a long-awaited breakthrough... In the past several months and years the West has done everything it could to misbalance the positions of the two parties. Even before UN special envoy Martti Ahtisaari began his rather unintelligible peacekeeping campaign, Albanian separatists in Kosovo had been promised independence..."

News | 21.10.2007


 

Iran and Russia: On the Outcomes of Teheran-2007

"President Vladimir Putin is the second Russian leader to visit that country at a critical time in its history. The leader of the USSR I.Stalin flew to Teheran in 1943... Historical fates of Russia and Iran intertwined again at the new wind of development. Teheran, the heart of an ancient civilisation remains the starting point for the search of a compromise on the path to the future world order, which is once again confirmed by the recent developments".

News | 18.10.2007


 

Vladimir Putin’s Visit to Iran: A Breakthrough is Needed

"Late on October 14 quite unexpected reports about an attempt on the life of President Putin allegedly prepared in Iran began to arrive... Significant agreements, both formal and non-formal can be achieved during the Russian president’s visit to Iran. The interested forces that are trying “to go bearish”, assuring the public that Vladimir Putin’s visit to Iran is a “risky” and an empty one, fully realize that..."

News | 15.10.2007


 

On the Prospects of Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula

"Despite the evident dynamics of the negotiations process and definite breakthroughs in the sphere of the settlement of the North Korean nuclear problem, there are certainly very few guarantees of a steady forward movement. This in turn is fraught with any sort of dangers. Prospects of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula are still contradictory and hardly foreseeable".

News | 12.10.2007


 

What could Russia’s Stance be if the U.S. Attacks Iran?

"The destruction of the Iranian state and imposition of “international” control over its oil and natural gas fields and the route of oil transport via the Strait of Ormuz would first and foremost be targeted at China (the country imports one-third of its oil from Iran, and Chinese companies are engaged in Iranian oil projects on a large scale), simultaneously giving the United States a position from which it can directly affect processes in Russia’s southern underpinning, Central Asia and the Caucasus..."

News | 06.10.2007


 

New Wrappers for the “Ahtisaari Plan”

"The dissent among the EU on the Kosovo independence recognition/no recognition issue is paralyzing EU activities in the areas of foreign and defence policies, thus possibly making it the best gift to the current U.S. administration with its stake on the maximum weakening of “the united Europe” and establishing on the Eurasian territory of a chain of quasi-states looking up to Washington with its global economic, geopolitical and military plans".

News | 03.10.2007


 

EU’s Energy Initiatives and the Future of Gas Supplies to Europe

"The package of 5 new legislative initiatives of reforming the European energy market... caused a wave of discussions.... With an eye at fighting monopolies operating on the energy market... Brussels intends to create a bureaucratic monopoly with authority to exert total control of the market. If the new EC initiatives are approved, Europe’s biggest energy companies, including German E.ON or French EDF would be broken down into smaller units and Gazprom would be largely prevented from acquiring other companies’ stock in Europe..."

News | 01.10.2007




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Geneva Peace Talks Suspended: Syria Faces Further Escalation of Conflict

The Syrian opposition has stymied the UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva. Having refused a dialogue with the delegation of the Syria Arab Republic, its delegation left the talks. UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura halted the negotiation process until February 25...

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