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The Hague: A Lethally Dangerous Place

"Carla Del Ponte's recent scandalous book has overshadowed the no less interesting one written by her former press-secretary Florence Hartmann, in which she describes “strange” developments related to Karadžić’s and Mladic’s cases... A lot of things referred to in this book, if presented at a trial, could hurt high-ranking politicians in the US and other NATO countries... The destiny that awaits Karadžić, considering how much he knows, can be the same as that of Yugoslavian President S. Milosevic and Serbian Krajina's President M. Babić – doctors in the Hague jail are known to easily declare that the deaths of inmates have been natural..."

News | 28.07.2008


Will the Serbian-Albanian Standoff Develop Into a Military Conflict?

"In the plans of the United States and the leading European states the establishment of independent Kosovo was to become a major stride ahead in realising the strategy of weakening and fractioning of the Orthodox Slav world, counteracting the Russian attempts to regain its historical positions in the Balkans..."

News | 24.07.2008


India’s Nuclear Debate

"Any India watcher might have followed the debates on 21 and 22 July 2008 over the confidence motion in the lower house of Indian Parliament primarily on the issue of Indo - US civilian nuclear deal... India’s foreign policy has never witnessed such a fragmentation in its approach..."

News | 23.07.2008


Usa - North Korea: breakthrough in negotiations?

Currently, North Korea looks stronger, so Pyongyang is expected to play a crucial role in negotiations. North Korea has always been famous for its ability to guess when to “attack” or to “step back”. We can expect a real breakthrough in the next few months...

News | 17.07.2008


It's a Bad Idea to Quarrel with Russia

The authority in Ukraine is generally weak. This is due not so much to the personalities of the members of the Ukrainian ruling strata (there are real fighters among its elites) as to the legacy of many years of internal strife which is inherent on the genetic level. This aspect of the Ukrainian reality is reflected in the proverb “Two atamans per three hetmans”...

News | 15.07.2008


The Developments in Mongolia (II)

Mongolia's two leading parties — the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party and the opposition Democratic Party - clash over the handling of the country's mineral deposits. With its deposits of copper, uranium (¼ of the world's total), gold, and coal, Mongolia is in the world's top ten countries rich with natural resources to which foreign investors are actively seeking access. Great interest in Mongolia was shown by the US and China, and, recently, by Russia...

News | 12.07.2008


Georgia’s Economy: myths and reality

Russia and Georgia are tied by history, culture and religion. They used to peacefully co-exist for 200 years! The fact that millions of Georgian people found shelter in Russia in most difficult times is also another crucial moment to be taken into consideration before making any conclusions about the future of Russian-Georgian relations. For Georgia, Russia means far more than any other European country or the U.S. altogether...

News | 10.07.2008


Regional Split Is Deepening in Ukraine

"It is no secret that Ukraine has long been witnessing a serious regional split, which has deep socio-economic and political aspects. A growth of political tension and a possibility of snap parliamentary (or presidential) elections will probably lead to the escalation of confrontation between the regions on a whole range of issues..."

News | 03.07.2008

    Andrei AKULOV

Russia Upends Middle East Situation: New Reality, Reviewed Policies

The US puts an end to its training program of Syrian rebel forces and shifts to providing equipment and weapons to existing forces. Its $580m program was beset with a series of embarrassing setbacks and came under harsh criticism after it emerged that the rebels had handed hardware and ammunition over to extremists. “Probably 60 to 80 percent of the arms that America shoveled in have gone to al-Qaida and its affiliates,” said Joshua Landis, a Syria expert at the University of Oklahoma.  

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