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Voislav Seselj's “Serbian Truth” vs. the Hague Tribunal

"...The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia is a quasi-judicial body violating basic human rights and undermining the system of the international law. One of its most dangerous activities is the implantation of global ideological schemes (myths) with far-reaching goals. The trial of Seselj shows that the West continues to persecute Serbian national leaders, trying to... deny Serbs not only the political, but also the spiritual independence".

News | 30.01.2008


 

The US and Israeli «Final Solution» of the Palestinian Issue

"There seems to have been a striking mismatch between the Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip... and its total blockade on the one hand, and the officially stated objectives of G. Bush's Middle East tour on the other... in addition to putting an end to attacks against Israel and to the smuggling of weapons from Egypt, the operation launched by the Israeli army pursued a certain strategic goal. The goal was to bring down Hamas in the Gaza Strip..."

News | 28.01.2008


 

On Mister Miliband and the European Brothel

"The time will come when some author will probe into the history of the British secret diplomacy. The sane part of the world's population will be deeply impressed by the result. Anyone who would like to get at least slightly acquainted with the theme would realize that the subject is exceptionally disgusting. Great Britain always did its best to conceal the truth about its workings..."

News | 25.01.2008


 

G. Bush's Middle East Visit: Goals Not Reached

"G. Bush's January 9-16, 2008 Middle East tour continued the politics pursued in the region by the current US Administration... There is information that an agreement had been reached with G. Bush's help between E. Olmert and M. Abbas according to which the Israeli army would launch an offensive to expel the Hamas militants from a part of the Gaza Strip and then would transfer the territories to the administration of M. Abbas. This would be a start of the process of eliminating Hamas as a political force..."

News | 24.01.2008


 

Myanmar: Geopolitical Context of “Saffron Revolution”

"Myanmar (till 1989 - Burma), located at the junction of two important geopolitical regions, South and South East Asia, is regarded as one of the most “closed” present-day world’s societies. An authoritarian military regime was established here in 1962. Rich in natural resources, including oil and natural gas, Myanmar is at the same time one of the world’s poorest nations..."

News | 21.01.2008


 

Tomislav Nikolic: The Chief Protagonist of the Serbian Presidential Elections

"On January 20 Tomislav Niloic, the candidate of the Serbian Radical party (SRP), whose leader Voislav Sesel has for about five years languished behind bars in the Hague would undoubtedly get the biggest number of voices. Nikolic is the chief protagonist of the Serbian presidential elections..."

News | 18.01.2008


 

They Want To Tear Serbs Away From Russia

"The gist of the problem is the plans of Serbian radicals are a threat to Western economic and political plans in the strategically important geopolitical region the Balkans are part of. People in Washington and Brussels have long remade the region’s map using their own curve gauges. Their map has no place for either Russia or its principal ally, Serbia on the current fickle international political arena..."

News | 16.01.2008


 

Midwest Asia in Global Politics: The Outlook for 2008

"The casualties suffered by the US in the regional wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have totaled at least 4,000 - 5,000. The financial costs of the involvement tend to aggravate the US budget deficit and to weaken the US dollar as well as the entire global American financial pyramid... It is also possible that the global developments will provoke a return of the US to a hard-line course..."

News | 14.01.2008


 

On the Consequences of Georgia’s NATO Entry

"Should NATO violate its Charter granting Georgia a membership, Russia’s first response would, to all appearances, be the recognition of independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and deployment of its military bases there...Instead of waiting for “a Kosovo precedent” Moscow will have to... create a precedent of its own..."

News | 12.01.2008


 

Heartland Expanding, or The Shanghai Cooperation Organization

"The Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) which convened in Bishkek in August, 2007, stimulated studies dedicated to the organization’s development potential. I think that it is time to back the SCO activities by an adequate modern theory.nitially, the SCO was established to resolve border disputes between China and four former Soviet Republics. It transpired subsequently that the organization had a much more ranging potential..."

News | 08.01.2008




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Kiev Regime Leaders to Face Hague Tribunal

Kiev has unleashed a war against its own people... The regime, that grabbed power in the heat of coup to quell the people’s aspirations for self-determination, is doomed to collapse. Those who are responsible for dozens of people killed on Maidan by snipers, as well as for killing the Donetsk fisherman and unleashing punitive actions against peaceful civilians, will have to face responsibility. The precedent to remember is the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY). Having unleashed a war against its people, the Kiev regime has stepped on the way to finally face the International Criminal Tribunal for former Ukraine...

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