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President Tadic And His (Im)moral Code

"No matter what the outcome of the scandal produced by the publication of the book by the former Hague war crimes prosecutor Carla Del Ponte is. The Serbian politicians have already been divided over the issue... Taking into consideration the forthcoming snap parliamentary elections in Serbia on May 11, the divide seems to be very timely..."

News | 26.04.2008


Russia in Northeast Asia and Korean-Russian Relations

"Russia’s recent resurgence based on continuous economic growth and effective state rebuilding has contributed to the acceleration of its “Eastern policy”... The last years of the Putin era have witnessed increasing assertiveness in Moscow’s steps in these directions... Under the new Medvedev government, the dynamics of Russia’s policy in Northeast Asia is very likely to be unfolded in similar manners..."

News | 24.04.2008


Solana’s Initiatives In Serbia: a Case of Double Dealing?

"Western countries have been desperately trying to keep Serbia within their sphere of influence. The states which recognized Kosovo’s unilateral independence and turned a blind eye on appalling crimes committed by the Albanian rebels, are deeply concerned over the fact that after the May, 11 parliamentary elections Belgrade may become Russia’s strategic partner..."

News | 19.04.2008


Dmitry Medvedev`s Foreign Policy (III)

"There is no need to stress that relations with Europe will always be the most significant direction of Russia’s foreign policies. That was so for the past 1, 150 years of Russian history from Ryurik to Putin, and it will be so in future. However, the character of relations changed many times, and it will be inevitably changing under the new Russian president. As a matter of fact, the changes are underway already..."

News | 17.04.2008


Ukraine: The Land of Petty Deals

"It was important for the West to smash the Ukrainian and Russian scientific and technological potential into smithereens to get rid of competition in the area. And one more thing: to rear a new business elite in the conditions of a wild market (they could not do it otherwise) to have somebody who would buy voices and drive the people into gutter stables, so that they would not embark on the road of development similar to China, when that awakened nation rose spiritually to drive the West in the gutter stables instead..."

News | 17.04.2008


The Architects of the New World Order and B. Tadic: Pawns Needed but not Respected

"The proponents of Serbia's urgent EU integration hope that it will entail a rapid improvement of the socioeconomic climate in the country. However, the price to be paid for the desired economic benefits is the surrender of Kosovo, since the EU absolutely refuses to tell exactly what the borders of the Serbia that it is going to admit are..."

News | 16.04.2008


Chinese Tibet and European political performances

It had long become a tradition for Europe to have erroneous perception of Asian problems. Now that the European Parliament took the liberty to discuss the recent unrest in Tibet, this tradition came to light...

News | 04.04.2008


NATO is Ukraine’s Catastrophe

"The question is how long would Ukrainian elite be satisfied with meaningless and absolutely unfeasible promises of its Western partners. Sooner or later that Ukrainian leadership will have to admit that the prospects of Ukrainian EU membership is a “carrot” that the donkey cannot get, whereas huge political costs of nothing but an attempt to ensure Ukraine’s NATO membership would have to be paid for immediately and in full".

News | 02.04.2008


Arc of Turbulence, Axis of Equals

"When I argued, in my book, The Shade of Swords [Routledge, 2003] that the American invasion and occupation of Iraq would inevitably end the isolation of Iran, change the geo-politics of the Middle East by creating what might be called "Shia space" between Afghanistan and Syria-Lebanon-Jordan-Israel, and revive Iran as a regional power, Western reactions ranged from an imperious snort to amused skepticism..."

News | 01.04.2008

    Vladimir NESTEROV

Europe and Syria

The exodus of refugees from Africa and Asia has ripped away the mask from Europe’s humanist face. It turns out that proclaiming and preaching one’s values is not the same thing as living up to them. Unable to resolve the migrant problem, they have begun a hunt for the guilty...

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