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Pakistan as a problem country of the region

"Of late Pakistan has begun to attract greater attention in the world. By and large Russians have grown accustomed to view this country as an average one from the viewpoint of its level of development, its place on the international arena and the role it plays in the ties of Russia (before the USSR) with Asian and African countries. The time may have come to give up this view. Pakistan’s moving closer to the focus of international attention that has been observed in the recent years was both logical and vindicated..."

News | 30.10.2008


Would Kazakhstan Join the Group of the World’s Top 50 Competitors?

"The recent report on global competitiveness in 2008-2009 downgrades Kazakhstan;s position giving it a slot 6 points lower than in the previous year. The fact is compelling enough for the researcher to take another look at the goal the republic’s leadership set in 2006 of Kazakhstan’s making it to the group of the world’s top 50 most competitive countries by 2030..."

News | 25.10.2008


Presidents of Latin America Sleeping on CIA Microphones

"While browsing the Web, I learned that President Alvaro Colom of Guatemala had asked the FBI to launch the espionage investigation after 7 unauthorized listening devices and 2 spy cameras had been found in the presidential office and residence... Nobody dared to remembers that the US CIA had been traditionally involved in such cases... Over the past 2 years the presidents of Columbia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Venezuela have felt what it was like to be under close watch..."

News | 23.10.2008


The West Sets the Sights on Serbian Voevodina

"The pro-Western group led by Boris Tadic jointly with Hungarian separatists might implement their plan of final dismembering of the Serbian state... As for Hungarians, they may try to support granting Voevodina its statehood, thus turning Serbia into a Serbian-Hungarian federation... The rapid enforcement of the new Voevodina Statute along with delaying the conclusion of the agreement with Russia are all parts of one and the same strategy..."

News | 21.10.2008


Tbilisi Will Answer for Bloodshed

"The major aim of the “Ossetia Blames” public forum is to see the leader of Georgia and his allies facing trial... About 300 applications from the victims of the bloodshed in South Ossetia have already been addressed to the Hague Tribunal and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg... The world must know everything about the tragedy in South Ossetia..."

News | 18.10.2008


Ahtisaari after Gorbachev: Degradation of the Nobel Prize

"The recent decision the Norway’s Nobel Prize Committee had never been as biased and politicised as this year. In recent years this award was given to statesmen, activists of international organisations and other candidates, the significance of whose contribution to the cause of peace on the planet Earth could be doubted by someone, but nevertheless, there was no one doubting their positive aspirations... But awarding Finland’s ex-president Martti Ahtisaari with the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize... was a rude violation of the seemingly firm and positive trend..."

News | 16.10.2008


The Bear Versus Anaconda: Outlines of an Asymmetrical Answer

"Having analyzed Russia’s recent foreign policy moves one can state that visible in them are outlines of the “asymmetrical” answer the Russian leadership pledged to make given the deployment of the U.S. anti-missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic as well as the continuing US attempts to destabilize the post-Soviet space... In the conditions of further escalation by the US side of tensions with Russia we might soon learn about other “asymmetrical” answers Moscow can give to the challenges of the “global superpower”..."

News | 14.10.2008


Trial Against Vojislav Sheshel Fails

"The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) began the trial process against the leader of the Serbian Radical Party Vojislav Sheshel a year ago, but yet the Prosecutor's Office has not presented any significant evidence of his guilt. From the very beginning it was obvious that the process would be a failure..."

News | 10.10.2008


Defence Cooperation on a New Leash

"About 70 per cent of India’s arms are of Soviet/Russian origin, and both the countries have shared not only buyer-seller relationship but also partnership in jointly designing, constructing and producing weapons, of which Brahmos is one of the most dazzling examples... The forthcoming Medvedev visit would likely witness some fruitful exercises in bilateral relations. Both the countries possess enormous potentials for defence cooperation..."

News | 09.10.2008


Ukrainian Mercenaries against South Ossetia

"...The UNA-UNSO leaders also deny that its members were involved in the war in the RSO. Igor Mazur, a member of the UMNA-UNSO headquarters, argues: “Neither our organisation nor its members took part in that conflict.” By denying the facts of direct involvement of Ukrainian citizens Ekhanurov, Nalivaichenko and Mazur lie - they are all liers."

News | 07.10.2008

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Noose Tightens on Turkey’s Sultan of Swing

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan – a self-styled neo-Ottoman sultan – was only a few years a darling of Western governments and media, proclaimed as a moderniser of Turkey, overseeing a bustling economy and positioning his country as a strategic bridge to Asia...

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