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The Shadow of Munich Conference Over Europe

"Hearing how these days European capitals call for “meeting the legitimate demands of the Albanians” of Kosovo, Macedonia, and the southern regions of Serbia and listening how the US puppeteers and their Balkan puppets promise that the independence of Kosovo will make it possible to turn the last page of the Yugoslavian crisis, one simply can’t help recalling the 1939 Munich Conference which legitimized the partition of Czechoslovakia..."

News | 30.06.2008


 

Fatwa against Terrorism

"The protagonists of global war against terrorism might get surprised at the fatwa (edict) against terrorism issued by the oldest and second largest Islamic university, Darul Uloom situated at Deoband in India... Muslims make up about 13 percent of India’s population, making it the third largest Islamic population after Indonesia and Pakistan. The Deobond School took the lead in a true spirit of Islam to fight rotten elements within its frame..."

News | 24.06.2008


 

GAZPROM and CIS: common strategy on external markets

"Offering real and mutually beneficial deals, Gazprom is trying to have with the partners in the CIS a common strategy of behavior on external market in terms of prices coordination and cooperation in investment and transport spheres. Russia`s giant is ready to sacrifice the old-time profits to keep prices at stable level and control gas export from the CIS to Europe..."

News | 23.06.2008


 

A book on man-hunt by the Tribunal’ s prosecutor general

"The presentation of memories of Carla del Ponte slated for April 3, 2008 just days after she had left her post of the Hague Prosecutor General for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. The book published under the title”The Hunt: “Me and Military Criminals” covers quite a long period of del Ponte’s stint as the prosecutor from August 1999 to December 2007..."

News | 20.06.2008


 

The West and Abkhasia: A New Game

"A possible Georgia’s attack on Abkhasia (aiming to accelerate a transition to a “new format” of the settlement with the participation of the USA and NATO) would dramatically destabilise the political situation in the subjects of the Russian Federation in North Caucasus..."

News | 12.06.2008


 

Romance with Germany: Inflated hopes

"Germany’s eastern policies, and in a wider sense, its foreign policies on the whole have always been a function of Russia’s might or weakness. Germany would adapt to the strong Russia, sometimes acting alongside it; and it attacked and robbed the weak Russia. There are no grounds to believe that things would work out differently in future. So the settlement of all issues of our relations with Germany depends on the way we resolve our inner problems..."

News | 09.06.2008


 

Finger Point in India-China Relations

"Finger Point is a location in the north-eastern part of Indian state of Sikkim bordering China. The area recently came to limelight after China insisted on demolishing stonewalls from the area built by Indian forces. Both India and China had territorial disputes over the state... Last month, China conveyed its intention towards this

News | 05.06.2008




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India’s passage through Central Asian steppes needs rethink

The steppes of Central Asia give away their secrets only grudgingly. The deserving ones have to convincingly show their capacity for persistence and tenacity – and, of course, sheer audacity. That was how Genghis Khan succeeded in conquering Bukhara...

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