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Munich 1938: A Sombre Jubilee

"Seventy years ago, September 29-30 a conference attended by heads of states of Great Britain (N, Chamberlain), France (E. Deladier), Germany (A. Hitler) and Italy (B. Mussolini) was held in Munich. The conference culminated in signing one of the most shameful documents in the history of diplomacy. Two leading European democracies agreed with the military fascist regimes... It took but 6 months or so for the Munich agreement to fully deprive Czechoslovakia of its sovereignty..."

News | 30.09.2008


US Anti-Missile Shield in Europe: Words and Deeds

"...More than ten countries are involved in the formation of the US anti-missile shield, including Australia, Britain, Germany, the Czech republic Denmark, France, Japan, India, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Taiwan and Ukraine. The goal the global anti-missile shield is to neutralise the strategic potential of Russian and China, excluding the possible retaliation strike on the United States thus destroying the balance of forces in the strategic armaments area..."

News | 29.09.2008


Deciphering Polarism Debate

"One author forecasted that the Russian action in Georgia gave a decisive blow to the prevalent unipolarism in the world... It may not be prudent to see Russia and the US in a collision course in coming years. It may be true that there may be low intensity conflicts between the major powers, but the leaders are pragmatic enough not to indulge in likes of the wars of the past, which engulfed the whole world. Multipolarism currently has become the mainstay in international politics despite its varied hues..."

News | 27.09.2008


Georgia's Nation-state Project Fails

"The fact that Georgia failed to succeed in its “nation-state project” after a 5-day war in the Caucasus and the recognition of independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, provides the food for thought. There are certain lessons to be taught. In 2008 Georgia lost the plebiscite in its two former autonomous regions forever..."

News | 24.09.2008


Georgian Factor in the US Middle East Policy

"The US support for the Tbilisi aggression against South Ossetia has highlighted the importance of Georgia as the country located in the proximity to the Middle East to Washington’s plans..."

News | 22.09.2008


US Earning Profits on Drug Business in South America

"According to available data, the circulation of psychoactive drugs in the Western hemisphere increased by 40% in 2006-2007, the US market being the single largest. Intercepting the domestic and international financial flows generated by drug trafficking is a priority of the DEA. The revenues of the organization are to a large extent formed as a result of the corresponding confiscations..."

News | 17.09.2008


Crown of Saint Stephen I of Hungary vs. Serbia and Russia

"The September 9 ratification of the energy agreement with Russia by the Serbian parliament did not remove many of the obstacles to the deal... The pro-Western government led by Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic deliberately left opportunities open for those who seek to preclude at any cost Gazprom's advent to Serbia... The available information makes it possible to identify the main opponents of the deal between Serbia and Gazprom. They are the leaders of the Hungarian nationalist movement in Vojvodina and the Hungarian and Austrian business grands behind them..."

News | 15.09.2008


New Nuremberg Awaiting War Criminals: a Photographic Report

"Speaking at the 9th Session of the Human Rights Council which opened in Geneva on September 8 (and will continue till September 23), Russian envoy to the UN Valery Loshchinin condemned Georgia as the aggressor and charged it with ethnic cleansing in South Ossetia. Valery Loshchinin said the Russian intervention had prevented an even greater humanitarian catastrophe..."

News | 12.09.2008


The War Which Will Help McCain Win

"A major war and the transfer of control from Bush to McCain in the situation of a massive armed conflict are of vital importance for the forces which advance McCain and hope to go on running the US for the next 12 years... Media reports from conflict zones in Georgia, Ukraine, and Iran will be the background of the elections on November 4. The public will see Eurasia in flames and ask for a strong-handed US politics as the way to cope with the global chaos. Early morning on November 5, McCain will declare himself as the winner determined to carry the light of democracy all over the world..."

News | 11.09.2008


The West's Phantom Pains

"New talks on the settlement of the conflict between Georgia and South Ossetia opened in Moscow on September 8, exactly one month after the massacre perpetrated by Georgian President M. Saakashvili... The EU politicians with their unsophisticated vision seem unable even to identify - least to condemn - the actual aggressor. They cannot admit that the mad Tbilisi ruler who has sent Georgia's NATO-sponsored army to South Ossetia and thus inflicted unprecedented disgrace on his country is in fact their creature..."

News | 09.09.2008

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    Yuriy RUBTSOV

70-th Anniversary of Gdansk Liberation

...The post-war history of Gdansk, liberated on March 30, shows that some people have a really poor memory. Gdansk, or the free city of Danzig, had never been part of Polish state till the Versailles Treaty of 1919 that gave Poland access to the Baltic Sea. Germans had accounted for the larger part of population... The USSR did much more than just liberate Polish cities. Thanks to the position of the Soviet Union taken at the Potsdam conference the Poland’s territory was increased by at least a third in comparison with what it had been before the war. Danzig was incorporated into Poland. That’s what Poles appear to forget nowadays. They feel no gratitude towards Russia. And they seem not to remember how cruelly they treated the Germans residing in Danzig...

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