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Gas War Forebodings

"Even if one prefers to ignore the experts’ forebodings that a new gas war in the CIS is coming, it must be admitted that the situation spans far beyond the confines of local pricing conflicts. Given the continuous growth of the gas prices, the CIS countries face the difficult but inevitable task of finding the modes of unification in the gas (and possibly, the energy) space..."

News | 28.11.2007


Russians in Central Asia: How Many?

"The Central Asia has an especial role to play among other countries and regions where there are “foreign” Russians. By the time of the break-up of the USSR the second largest Russian community after Ukraine lived there. From 25 million Russians who found themselves out of the Russian Federation 9.5 million lived in the Central Asia..."

News | 25.11.2007


Kosovo Albanians are Preparing a New Wave of Terror Against Serbs

"With the approach of December 10, 2007, when a regular (as Albanians believe, the final) round of talks between Pristina and Belgrade is to take place is getting nearer, the situation in Kosovo is getting hotter and hotter. The leaders of the province are about to declare independence, waiting for just a signal from Washington and West European capitals..."

News | 22.11.2007


The Whirlwind Visit: On Russia's Politics in Asia

"The influential Times of India described the Indian PM Manmohan Singh's tour to Moscow as a whirlwind visit. Some Indian media mentioned a «chill» in the Russian-Indian relations, and the Russian Commersant daily even opined that the strategic partnership between Moscow and Delhi started to decline..."

News | 20.11.2007


Americans Are Ready to Defend all of Europe, Ukraine and Russia

"The other day Sorin Ducharu, Romania’s NATO representative spoke about the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s plans to place its anti-missile shield - aside from Poland and the Czech republic, but in the countries of Europe’s south-eastern states, including Bulgaria, Rumania, Horvatia. Italy, Greece and Turkey (allegedly at their request)... This ”shield” is assumed to be able to «cover» the whole of Ukraine, as well as a part of Russia up to Volgograd and Astrakhan..."

News | 18.11.2007


Bidding Farewell to the Free Colchis

"Once again, the developments in Georgia have shown that the US strategy of political surgery leads nowhere. The Georgian President, once successfully transplanted, triggers an immunity reaction across the Republic's entire organism. It is no overstatement to say that Georgia is ill and that its problems are not only physical but also psychic..."

News | 15.11.2007


On the Russian-Indian Summit in Moscow

"On November 11, 2007 at the invitation of Russia’s president Vladimir Putin India’s prime minister Manmohan Singh arrived in Moscow on a two-day official visit... The Russian-Indian summit is a serious reason to consider the nature and potential evolution of the bilateral Russian-Indian relations, whose significance has been growing in proportion with the growth of a new structure of a multi-polar world..."

News | 12.11.2007


Georgia: A Second “Revolution of Roses”?

"An acute political crisis broke up in Goergia in November again. This has a symbolic meaning for the Georgian opposition, because it was the month of November in 2003 when the “revolution of roses” won its victory in Georgia, and a year later, the “orange revolution” in Ukraine. Today there are no more illusions as to the existence of the “victorious democracy” in either Georgia or Ukraine..."

News | 07.11.2007

    Valentin KATASONOV

Europe to Turn into Backwater Colony on Outskirts of US Empire

The world witnesses the emergence of two global cartels. I say global because establishing control over world goods markets is not the only goal. The plans include spreading the power of multinational corporations and multinational banks on all spheres of our life – economics, politics, information flows, medicine and education. It is no exaggeration to say that the creation of world governance is on the way...

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