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Albanian Narco-Terrorism: The Columbian Syndrome in the Balkans and Around

"...Albanian criminal organisations are running full speed ahead to achieve both the Albanisation of the Balkans with a prospect of further segmentation of the states in this region, and unification of Albanian territories. Their design is much larger in scope. They think of transforming the Balkan Peninsula into a stronghold of the Albanian mafia controlling the drug trafficking routes to Europe and extending criminal activities of Albanians to cover the entire European continent..."

News | 27.04.2009


The Great Indian Jigsaw

"Election issues in India have never been so much debated as on the eve of the ongoing elections to the lower house of its highest legislative body parliament and to some of its provincial assemblies... Though it is difficult to predict which party or configuration of parties would come to power after 16 May 2009 the day results are announced, the challenges before the new government would be enormous at national, regional as well as international levels...."

News | 23.04.2009


Liquefied Natural Gas as an Anti-Monopsony Drug

"The constant conflicts with transit states and the worsening of the situation of the markets where Gazprom has traded for years, make it necessary for the company to look for ways to survive in the fast-changing world..."

News | 21.04.2009


Romania’s actions reveal true colors of “the Eastern partnership”

“The Eastern partnership”... is an attempt of the Western world to change the existing geopolitical situation on the territory of the former Soviet Union by spreading its financial and diplomatic control over six states of the CIS and forcing Russia out of this area... Is Russia ready to oppose this policy? Up-to-date Russia’s position on the territory of the CIS’ countries (namely in Russian geopolitical area) has not been active, fundamental and consistent..."

News | 18.04.2009


Special Tribunal for Cambodia: the Khmer Rouge and the US

"A new international tribunal – the Special Tribunal for War Crimes in Cambodia – commenced early in 2009. Strictly speaking, the tribunal is neither international in the full sense of the word nor national. Institutions of this type – first the Special Court for Sierra Leone, than the Special Tribunal for Lebanon – started proliferating several years ago..."

News | 15.04.2009


NATO: slaughter of civilians and drugs

"There is a tendency: drug business blossoms in the NATO-controlled territories. Since 1980s the Kosovo Albanians have been known as leaders of drug trafficking from the Middle East and Turkey to Western Europe. Now that Kosovo has been proclaimed a United Nations-governed entity with its sovereign territory, nothing can prevent NATO from developing drug business there... Since the U.S. and NATO invasion in Afghanistan the drug output has increased by 44 times!.."

News | 12.04.2009


Chinese Economy On the Mend

"Experts at the biggest global banks are sure that China will be the first to overcome the aftermath of the global economic downturn. According to World Bank the growth of Chinese GDP in 2009 will amount to 6.5%. The Asian Bank of Development posts an even more optimistic forecast of 7 per cent..."

News | 10.04.2009


Obama's Prague Spring

"By offering Russia and other nuclear-armed countries the perspective of a denuclearized world the US President is in a thinly veiled form pushing for the US military primacy that would be based on its superiority in conventional warfare over potential rivals who would no longer be able to rely on the nuclear arsenals as the means of last resort..."

News | 08.04.2009


North Korea: A Peaceful Satellite or a Missile?

"The most convincing of the currently circulating versions is that the motivation behind the April 5 launch was mainly political and that North Korea was thus trying to assert itself as a serious player to be reckoned with..."

News | 07.04.2009


On the drug problem in Russia

"The problem of drug abuse among teenagers and young people in Russia remains the main threat to the national gene bank and the future of the country. Most of the drug addicts are young people aged 14-16... The increase of problem of drug-abuse in Russia was also caused by migration of people from Central Asia region..."

News | 04.04.2009

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    Nikolai BOBKIN

Does US Have Role in Anti-ISIS Fight?

Europe is facing uncontrolled flows of refugees, terrorist threat and public discontent. People begin to ask questions. Russia is taking independent actions in Syria. Perhaps, it could offer better solutions to these problems than Washington...

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