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Rehabilitating the ideology of the “Ukrainian integral nationalism”

"Ukrainian President Yushchenko combines the export of Shevchenko's poetry to the Czech Republic with efforts aimed at rehabilitating the ideology of the “Ukrainian integral nationalism” which is a brand of totalitarian Nazism espoused by Stepan Bandera and his followers..."

News | 28.03.2009


 

North East Asia: the Windy Road to Collective Security (II)

"No matter how difficult and protracted the process of forming the peace and security mechanism for North East Asia may seem, it continues to ignite intense debate both politically and academically, with the opinions diverging widely...At the current phase the North East Asia countries face a problem of shaping a system of regional security while having different and in some cases opposite visions of the challenges confronting it..."

News | 26.03.2009


 

Master-Plan of the EU and Ukraine

"The International Investment Conference on the Modernization of the Ukrainian Gas Transit System, which convened on March 23 in Brussels, brought to spotlight new themes related to the European energy security...The Conference and its results weakened rather than strengthened Europe's energy security and threatened the stability of gas supplies to the EU. Serious conflicts are provoked not only within the EU-Ukraine-Russia triangle but in Eurasia as well..."

News | 25.03.2009


 

Eastern Partnership: Eurointegration or Drive East?

The joint Summit of the EU and the six CIS countries invited to the Eastern Partnership will convene on May 7, 2009. No other EU program started to materialize as promptly – the Eastern Partnership has been proposed by Poland and Sweden on May 26, 2008, that is, less than a year ago.

News | 24.03.2009


 

BRIC Demands a Greater Role

"The meeting of BRIC leaders at the sidelines of G-20 financial and central bank leaders’ summit at the British town of Horsham on 13th and 14th of March 2009 brings into limelight the organisation’s emerging clout in international financial system as well as political configuration. This body, formally announced at Yekaterinburg in Russia in May 2008, consists of the world’s four fastest growing economies..."

News | 20.03.2009


 

Afghanistan: What to Do About the Talibs?

"Instability has persisted in Afghanistan over the past several years, and it is getting clear that the current evolution is leading nowhere. Things used to be similar during the last years of the Soviet presence in the country – again a large part of the Afghan rural territory is under the control of the anti-government forces which have established their own local authority systems..."

News | 18.03.2009


 

China - Pakistan Relations

"There is no doubt that China has been deeply concerned about the growing radicalism in Pakistan... Nonetheless, convergence of national interests of the two countries has led to substantive cooperation between them in a wide range of activities - economic, defense, foreign policy and cultural fields... Islamabad considers China as a strategic partner and Beijing reciprocates this relationship..."

News | 15.03.2009


 

Saakashvili vs. Opposition

Georgian opposition hopes to oust the country's President M. Saakashvili who has no intention to step down until his term in office expires in 2013... It appears that the current US Administration would be happier to see N. Burjanadze or I. Alasania as the President of Georgia... Alasania's recent declarations leave no doubt that he is the protégé of the US Department of State, and nobody in the Georgian political circles attempts to make it a secret..."

News | 13.03.2009


 

President Slobodan Milosevic. In memoriam

"On 11 March 2006 the UN`s International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) reported that Slobodan Milosevic had been “found dead in his cell”... There is evidence that Slobodan Milosevic was killed, and that ICTY is responsible for the murder... Today there is hardly anyone who believes that Milosevic`s killers may be found and tried. But I am confident that such mission should exist..."

News | 11.03.2009


 

Barack and NATO

"The US national debt has reached an astonishing figure of 50 trillion USD which is in fact impossible to redeem. This means that US will look for the way out of this depression in the course of a big war as it had done 70 years ago. It is quite likely that big terrorists’ attacks (including the use of nuclear weapon) will precede this new major war..."

News | 07.03.2009




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9/11 Was NATO’s License to Expand Globally

The 9/11 attacks on the United States undoubtedly benefited a number of actors, including the American military-intelligence complex, Israel, and most definitely, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Cold War-era, the area of responsibility for which had long been confined to Europe and North America, used the provisions of Article 5 of the NATO Charter – which states that an attack on one member is an attack on all – to extend NATO’s power deep into Eurasia, particularly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Kyrgyzstan...

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