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Outlines of a New World

"We are currently witnessing clashes between the going and the nascent world systems. What will Russia’s place in that be in the long run? Despite the presence of some elements of stabilisation everything is indicative of the complete exhaustion of the potential reliance of an economy on raw oil and gas in the conditions of a rapid R&D development of the external world (first and foremost, the Asian and Pacific rim countries). That would inevitably result in a regrouping of political forces in the Russian society..."

News | 27.02.2008


 

Can the U.S. Be Assisted in Leaving Iraq?

"Former head of the U.S. Federal Reserve System A.Greenspan admitted that the “petroleum” orientation of the Iraqi military campaign was its main reason. Another name given it was “the corporate enterprise.” It all started with the “Energy Task Force” George W.Bush and Dick Cheney set up in the early 2001..."

News | 23.02.2008


 

A Zone Free of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle East

"The clear message of the Riyadh Summit is that the Arab States would rather develop their peaceful nuclear activities in a Middle East completely free of weapons of mass destruction and in conformity with all the relevant international instruments they have adhered to. There would be no stability or security in the region in the presence of any nuclear-weapon capability, whether Israeli or an Iranian potential capability..."

News | 20.02.2008


 

History and Politics as Tools to Turn Ukraine into a Fascist State

"The threat of making Ukraine a fascist state has been constantly increasing in the past several years. The attempts by ultra nationalist forces to celebrate on October 14, 2007 another anniversary of the setting up of the fascist Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists-Ukrainian Insurgent Army (OUN-UIA), the urge to rehabilitate WWII Nazi henchmen (Shukhevich, Bandera and others)... everything is indicative of the growth of the threat of a new attempt to turn Ukraine into a fascist state..."

News | 19.02.2008


 

What Will Badri Patarkatsishvili’s Death Serve

"The list of the richest Georgians has Patarkatsishvili at one of the top slots, with a fortune of $8 to $12 billion. He was one of the most influential Georgian opposition politicians. Shortly before his death Patarkatsishvili said that his political opponents prepared an attempt on his life..."

News | 16.02.2008


 

To Die on the British Isles

"The early death in London of Georgians oligarch Badri Patarkatsishvili was reminiscent of another death in the summer of 2003 that intrigued the entire British society. Oxfordshire police then discovered in the local woods a corpse of David Kelly, a bacteriology weapons expert..."

News | 14.02.2008


 

Pre-Election Armenia: Unrolling the “Orange” Scenario?

"The current phase of Armenia’s election campaign... is now close to its apex. For nearly a year the republic has been in a state of pre-election commotion... The example of Ukraine’s early elections, when... the political crises permanently changed one another, clearly demonstrated what the genuine orchestrators of this “holiday of democracy” drove at...".

News | 13.02.2008


 

Who Wants to Rehabilitate Collaborationists and Why?

"The Council of Atamans (chieftains) of the Military Cossack Society “The Great Army of the Don” initiated the procedure of legal vindication of general Pyotr Krasnov, who was executed on the strength of the judgement of death by the Military division of the USSR Supreme Court on January 17, 1947 for the crimes he committed during the civil war and collaboration with German Nazis..."

News | 09.02.2008


 

Kosovo: A Blind for the Conflicting Old and New Worlds

"Europe of F.Mitterand, J.Chiraq and H.Schroeder began “to kick back”, preaching about European independence... Sensing the European drift towards becoming the centre of a unipolar world independent of the USA, Washington decided to arrange a correction of the strategy of linking the Old World to the power on the other side of the Atlantic..."

News | 05.02.2008


 

T. Nikolic and B. Tadic: the Final Phase of Rivalry

"...the formula of Serbia's independent national existence is quite simple: strong Russia means strong Serbia. Neither fits with the strategic and geopolitical plans of those who are currently shaping the “Balkan region's new architecture”. The Serbian Radical Party is the main obstacle in the way of the Western neocolonial expansion in Serbia..."

News | 01.02.2008




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    Mikhail AGHAJANYAN

Turkey, Islamic State and USA

The Turkey’s contemporary Middle East policy is inconsistent. On September 11 in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) the foreign chiefs of the United States of America, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and the Persian Gulf monarchies declared their intention to “eradicate” the Islamic State. It’s worth to note that Iran and Syria were not among the participants. Just before the event Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Dovutoglu had held a meeting of the cabinet to announce that Turkey would not take part in ground operations and other actions on the Iraqi soil limiting its role to intelligence gathering and logistics. The decision echoes the country's refusal to allow the United States to station 60,000 troops in Turkey in 2003 to invade Iraq from the north, which triggered a crisis between the two allies.  

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