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Raiders in Action

"The synchronously negative reaction of the US and the EU to Russia's recognition of the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia dispelled the myth of the disagreements between Washington and the “old Europe” concerning the integration of Georgia into NATO... The Soviet disunion, the fall of the communist regimes, and the dissolution of the Eastern bloc made the actual purpose of the existence of NATO obscenely obvious. NATO is an organization acting as the global raider..."

News | 30.08.2008


 

South Ossetia and Abkhazia: Independence Recognized

"The Georgian aggression against South Ossetia and the genocide of the Ossetian population which triggered Russia’s adequate military response eventually led to irreversible consequences. The developments transformed fundamentally the situation in the Transcaucasia and possibly even in the entire global politics..."

News | 28.08.2008


 

War in South Ossetia Seen From Central Asia

"There is a consensus among Kyrgyz experts that the rivalry between Russia and the US over Central Asia is bound to escalate, and that Russia's resolute defense of South Ossetia shows that for Central Asian countries a totally pro-Western orientation can entail highly undesirable consequences..."

News | 21.08.2008


 

9/11. Take two

"A global geopolitical shift which occurred on the first day of the conflict in South Ossetia will probably have very serious consequences. As serious as those after the 9/11 attacks. A global system of international relations is shattered. Old alliances cease to exist while the new ones appear each day. Despite the US “global leadership”, the situation is too unpredictable to say that this American hegemony will last for ever..."

News | 19.08.2008


 

EU Starting to Replay Yugoslavian Scenario in the Caucasus

"Claiming the right to monitor compliance with the ceasefire agreements, veteran of the NATO campaign against Yugoslavia Javier Solana and the Brussels company openly pursue anti-Russian objectives. Behind them stand NATO Generals and George W. Bush, the renowned inspirator of „the new world order“. As for the US, it will never agree to limit its role in the Caucasus to mere monitoring..."

News | 19.08.2008


 

Global Energy Facing Military Risks

"The active US and EU diplomacy in the Caspian region, which is mainly aimed to lessen Russia's influence by constructing a maximal number of pipelines bypassing its territory, has long ignored the security dimension of the corresponding projects. Recently the risks surfaced when Georgia's invasion of South Ossetia threatened to disrupt oil and gas supplies via the Transcaucasia. The military conflict affected the energy landscape in the entire Caspian region and – indirectly – the global oil price dynamics..."

News | 17.08.2008


 

The Caucasian Conflict Can Be Ended within Days

"For how long would Georgia under Mikhail Saakashvili enjoy its stripes-and-stars “independence” beseeching for “territorial integrity” they are making a myth of? Why is Moscow failing to state unequivocally and resolutely that calls of Tbilisi and Washington for “the territorial integrity” of the present-day Georgian state within the boundaries of the former Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic are equal to the call for respect of the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation within the boundaries of the Soviet Union of 1991?..."

News | 14.08.2008


 

A Criminal From Tbilisi. Aspects of Genocide in South Ossetia from the Standpoint of the International Law

"...Killing, terrorizing, and expelling the entire population of South Ossetia were the objectives pursued by the attack... Saakashvili's course of action not only shows the intention to commit genocide – the Georgian President wished to make the entire population of South Ossetia understand what his intention was in order to urge the people to leave their territory (which is what we currently witness)..."

News | 13.08.2008


 

Georgia and the West: Goebbels Would Have Been Happy!

"The war in South Ossetia is a war of medieval atrocity unleashed by a country... claiming to be “a young democracy” and seeing itself as part of the “humane” Europe. The aggression launched by the current Georgian regime and its puppeteers is marked by extraordinary cruelty and cynical lies. Tbilisi would have never dared to do what it did without the support of the US..."

News | 12.08.2008


 

Complicity in Genocide

"The recent events in South Ossetia can be adequately described as genocide... The criminal regime in Tbilisi which unleashed the war near Russia’s southern border and massacred Russian citizens of the Ossetian nationality hoped to go unpunished. This hope is based on the fact that the public opinion in the West is isolated from the truth about the events in South Ossetia. The Kremlin must understand that Russia’s mission in the Caucasus will be impossible and any strategy adopted by Moscow to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in South Ossetia will fail unless the informational blockade of South Ossetia is broken..."

News | 11.08.2008




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    Grigory STAVRIDIN

Hungarian Factor. Transcarpathian Fragment of Ukrainian Patchwork

The “strange armistice” in Donbass and the upcoming parliamentary election in Ukraine have made pale the events in Transcarpathia, the region where the situation can hardly be called tranquil. The radical Ukrainian nationalism has become decisive for shaping the new regime’s policy, the reunification of Crimea with Russia, the mobilization of Ukrainians to fill the ranks of those who take part in the punitive operation against Novorossia – all told these factors have given impetus to separatist trends in the Transcarpathian region. Ukrainian MPs have granted self-rule to parts of two eastern regions while Budapest strongly supports the demands of Hungarian minority to grant special status to Transcarpathia. 

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