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Iran Strives to Join ''Nabucco''

"Many countries have decided to benefit from the recent Russia-Ukraine gas row. Tehran was not an exception. During his visit to the European Parliament Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran Mahdi Safari announced Iran's intention to join the “Nabucco” project. The diplomat said Iran was ready for trading gas to Europe as well as to provide transportation services..."

News | 28.01.2009


 

Iran and Russia: New Start After 30-Year Pause

"It may be viewed as paradox, but Washington will be unable to reduce Europe's dependency on the Russian gas without Iran's participation. Now it is for Tehran to decide whether to get access to the Western market through the participation in the Nabucco project or join Russia, China, India, Pakistan and some countries of Central Asia in the implementation of the “Energy of Asia”..."

News | 27.01.2009


 

The Gaza Strip Mystery

"With an eye at preventing the creation of a single Palestinian state and territorial concessions to Palestinians the Israeli elite may soon pick up the idea of separation of the Palestinian problem into two parts aiming to disrupt the Palestinian movement..."

News | 23.01.2009


 

Fate of the Faina ship

"Now the Faina is very unlikely to be back in Ukraine. We may expect the ship to be drowned by either of the sides involved in the issue..."

News | 22.01.2009


 

Ukraine, the Caucasus and further on?

"Amid the attempts to widen partnership, NATO contingents in Azerbaijan, a country with tons of arms on its territory, are likely to be increased. In spring of 2006 the alliance deployed the so-called “interim forces” at the former Soviet bases of Kyurdamir, Nasosny and Gyulli. The number of troops there is reported from 750 to 1300 soldiers and officers and may be doubled. Among other aims, the contingent is due to carry out a strategic mission in Georgia and protect the Azeri-Georgian leg of the Baku-Tbilisi-Djeikhan pipe line..."

News | 20.01.2009


 

Failure of six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear issue. Causes and lessons

"In mid December 2008 another round of the six-party talks on North Korean nuclear issue was held in Beijing. As the negotiations ended, all the media, even in China, admitted that the parties had found themselves in a deadlock..."

News | 17.01.2009


 

Ukraine’s authorities will lose face when the gas war is over

"On 5 January, 2009, the newly established People’s Tribunal of the Republic of Podkarpatska Rus considered an issue brought by the republican government against the state of Ukraine and officially admitted that Ukraine had no legal status in the Republic of Podkarpatska Rus. The People’s Tribunal also accused Ukraine of illegal use of the gas transit system and other transit infrastructure of the Republic..."

News | 14.01.2009


 

New round of Palestine-Israeli conflict

"Israel's military campaign against Gaza caused numerous victims among the civilians... There are some features indicating that Israel had been planning its campaign beforehand, and the move made by Hamas to end a ceasefire was used as a pretext to attack Gaza. Apart from trying to provide its national security, Israel aims to suppress Hamas and oust it from the PNA`s political life..."

News | 12.01.2009


 

War on terror crashes into India: the November 2008 Mumbai attack (I)

"A Russian KGB Commando veteran of the Afghan war and expert on guerilla warfare, Vladimi Klyukin, said on 30 November 2008 that the terrorists who attacked Mumbai were "probably trained by the special operation forces called the Green Flag groups," created by US agents in Pakistan in the final year before Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. Such training, conducted by American black or green beret instructors, involved the Pakistani elite units and the ISI as well..."

News | 11.01.2009




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Why PACE has turned its gaze toward post-Soviet conflicts

As has been reported, last April the Monitoring Committee met during the spring session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.  A special subcommittee was created at that meeting - the Ad hoc Sub-Committee on Conflicts between Member States of the Council of Europe.  This new entity, which will be directly responsible for looking into so-called «frozen conflicts» in the former Soviet Union, should have official status and begin its work in June.  It met for the first time in Paris on May 27...

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