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Serbia on a fish-string, Or Getting Rid of the Hague Judicatory

"Neither the traitor’s extradition of all Yugoslavia’s top military and political leaders to the Hague judges nor the unprecedented dismemberment of Serbia, a full-fledged European state, were enough to force the marionette ruling clique of Belgrade to as much as pretend to be insulted by the rabid trampling on international law, the division of Serbia into some "Belgrade state" and the drugs-and-terror “NATO-state of Kosovo...”

News | 31.05.2008


 

Rabid Dogs

"On May 21, the leader of Slovania’s National Party Zmago Yelincic reprimanded “old lady Europe” for her going out of her way trying to disregard things, closing her eyes on them or even pretending that they had nothing to do with her. What he was referring to were things horrible things the mind of a normal human being fails to conceive..."

News | 27.05.2008


 

Elections Without Choice

"Elections to Georgia’s supreme legislative body are slated for May 21-st. At least in its current form Georgia’s parliament is something of a notary whose job is to put its stamp on decisions made by the president and the executive. Parliament’s functions are very limited, and all told, the president can simply scatter the MPs should they disobey..."

News | 21.05.2008


 

BRIC Building

"The meeting of Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC), for the first time officially, in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg on 16 May 2008 is a defining moment in the annals of international politics. The likely success of BRIC would fortify the emerging pluralistic structure of international order in more than one decisive ways..."

News | 19.05.2008


 

The Flip Side of Ukrainian Populism

"Ukraine, once an exemplary republic, has for several years now been the scene of a bacchanalia of cheap enticements and sop-throwing. At present Kiev is the epicentre of this “feast of life.” And though things have not gone too far, the city is an ominous replica of Ancient Rome with its slogan “bread and shows”..."

News | 19.05.2008


 

Abkhazia does not have to recognize Georgia

"...When Russia’s first president Boris Yeltsin and then Foreign Minister Andrey Kozyrev recognized Georgia’s territorial integrity within the borders which had never belonged to it, Russia and the whole international community were trapped in a deadlock. Now the issue requires new approaches..."

News | 16.05.2008


 

Parliamentary Vote in Serbia: a Fluid Situation

"The elections in Serbia which followed the collapse of the former government coalition by no means ended the intense political struggle in the Republic. The situation in Serbia after the elections remains fluid. The former parliament has functioned for slightly over a year, and the recent crisis which led to the snap elections was mainly due to the unilateral declaration of independence by Kosovo on February 17, 2008..."

News | 14.05.2008


 

US wants Indians to eat less

"Several US law-makers and economists have referred in the same manner to the increasing food consumption in India and China, implying that the two countries should eat less in order to mitigate the international food crisis..."

News | 07.05.2008


 

Multitasking Indian Diplomacy

"Ignoring a global power may not serve India’s interests, but also for the very interests India cannot afford to ignore regional powers like Iran. An independent foreign policy is of utmost importance for any sovereign country but that in no way hinders development of cordial relations with diverse nations to pursue national interests in the post-cold war deideologised world..."

News | 06.05.2008




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The Islamic State – America’s Double-Edged Sword

Serious experts are now in little doubt that the US administration was the ‘midwife’ of the Islamic State (IS). Renowned Israeli analyst and former head of the ultra-secretive intelligence agency Nativ, Jacob Kedmi, says that the US is now trying to use the tactic of setting moderate Islam against radical Islam, which was «successfully employed in Russia». It is not turning out well for the US, however, considering that for the last three years the Americans have acted as allies of the IS in Syria, and before that were allies of al-Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan... The war currently being carried out against the IS by the US Air Force is recognised to be for show and is more reminiscent of an arrangement of red flags, beyond which it is inadvisable to go...

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