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Food Crisis Is Not Over!

"Malnutrition and famine go hand in hand with the talks about global agricultural productivity. Some 1 billion people are suffering from hunger. The UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) conducts regular surveys of food support programs worldwide. If we compare the situation with malnutrition in 1990-1992 and in 2003-2005, we'll see that even amid the economic growth the number of the hungry increased. Only China managed to reduce the number of people suffering from malnutrition by one third, or by 55 million people..."

News | 29.05.2009


Remembering Roh-Moo-Hyun

"On May 23 the world mass media reported the death of former president of South Korea Roh-Moo-Hyun. A 62-year old politician jumped from a 100 ft cliff while walking near his home in the morning. His security guard failed to stop him from jumping... Roh-Moo-Hyun was South Korea’s president from 2003 to 2008... Already on the first year of Roh-Moo-Hyun’s presidency there was a plot against him in the Foreign Ministry with the intention to undermine any acts of the country’s foreign policy, which contradict the US policy..."

News | 27.05.2009


Majlis Gets Ready to Seize Crimea

"On 18 May, 2009, Crimea hosted a series of events to commemorate the 65th anniversary of deporation of the Crimean Tatars and other Crimean peoples from their homeland... The participants of the rally were trasnported to the capital of Crimea, Simferopol, beforehand... entering the city in five big groups... Many of them arrived from abroad to take part in the First World Congress of the Crimean Tatars in Simferopol on 19-22 May. Many slogans were written in English for the foreign observers to understand what the Crimean Tatars demanded from the authorities of Ukraine and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea..."

News | 26.05.2009


The Economic Crisis of the Western System. A geopolitical Approach

"Generally, we refer to the ongoing financial (but also economic and industrial) earthquake as to a “global crisis”; this is an expression which is true only partially and in some contexts. But, if we analyse it from a geopolitical point of view, we see that the financial disaster is, first of all, an inner crisis of the Western System, which is generating some consequences in other geopolitical areas..."

News | 22.05.2009


Stop cultural ethnocide in the heart of Europe!

"Ukraine has, from the very first days of its state independence, resumed de-facto Stalin’s policy on the Rusin people, a policy that acquired especially cruel and repressive forms when President Yushchenko came to power... We appeal to the international community, Heads of State and Government and the world public to resolutely put an end to the Ukrainian authorities’ policy of cultural ethnocide of an entire nation - the Rusins of Subcarpathian Rus!..."

News | 19.05.2009


The Road To Peace in Afghanistan Is Going to Be Long and Difficult

"The production of opium reached unprecedented proportions since the start of the US-led military operation and the fall of the Taliban regime. The coalition's measures against opium production are inefficient though all that is needed for success seems to be in place. The enormous poppy fields can be seen in satellite photographs and the locations of drug production facilities are well-known..."

News | 18.05.2009


The Kurdish-Armenian issue in the light of convergence of Turkey and Armenia

"In late April Armenia and Turkey signed a "roadmap" aimed at normalizing bilateral relations. This makes us reconsider some of our perceptions regarding the geopolitical situation at the South Caucasus and in Asia Minor. The usual colors of the political map are changing and for Russia it is not for the better..."

News | 15.05.2009


What Threat Can Be Posed by an Alliance of the Radical Crimean Tatars and the OSCE

"On the eve of the 65-th anniversary of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars (the operation was completed by the NKVD forces on May 17-18, 1944) and amid the preparations for the World Congress of the Crimean Tatars, the Mejlis is drumming up the support of international organizations to exert political pressure on the Ukrainian administration..."

News | 14.05.2009


How Much the Balts Owe Russia?

It took Latvia many years to calculate the damage that the nation suffered from the 'Soviet occupation', and in late April Riga officially announced that Moscow should pay Latvia more than 10 billion lats ($18,7 billion). The Baltic states should understand that if they proceed with their absurd and insulting demands, Russia will be ready to show an adequate reaction.

News | 12.05.2009


The Forgotten Tribunal, or the Myth of Rwandan “Genocide”

"The International Tribunal for Rwanda is just a part of the system of the “new world order” following the same goals as the tribunal for Yugoslavia pursued. Both are required to appeal to international law to write present-day history concealing the role of the West in the destruction of the states, the overthrowing of legal governments disobedient to the West, blaming the victims of their crime as their perpetuators..."

News | 07.05.2009

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    Valentin KATASONOV

Europe to Turn into Backwater Colony on Outskirts of US Empire

The world witnesses the emergence of two global cartels. I say global because establishing control over world goods markets is not the only goal. The plans include spreading the power of multinational corporations and multinational banks on all spheres of our life – economics, politics, information flows, medicine and education. It is no exaggeration to say that the creation of world governance is on the way...

Aeroflot AFISMA African Union Africom AIIB AIPAC Al Qaeda Al Shabaab Al-Jazeera ALBA Amnesty International Anonymous Ansar Allah APEC Arab League ASEAN ATAKA Atomstroyexport Bank for International Settlements Bank of America Barclays Basel Committee BBC Bilderberg Club Black Bloc BlackRock Blackwater BND Boco Haram BP BRICS CARICOM CELAC Center for Responsive Politics CEPAL Chatham House Chevron CIA CICA CIS Citigroup CNN Committee of 147 Committee of 300 Council of Europe Council on Foreign Relations Crescent Crescent Petroleum CSTO Customs Union CyberBerkut DARPA Davos DEA Defense Intelligence Agency DIA Dragon Family E.ON Eager Lion ECOWAS EDA ELNET Enbridge Pipelines ETA EU EULEX EurAsEc Eurasian Union European Commission European Court of Human Rights European Union Exxon Mobil Facebook FAO FARC FATAH FBI FDA Federal Reserve FIFA Financial Action Task Force Financial Stability Board Fitch FIVE EYES Franklin Templeton Freedom House FRS FSB FTA FUEN G-4 G20 G7 G8 GATA Gazprom GCHQ GECF Gladio Glonass Goldman Sachs Google Green Group Greenpeace GUAM Guardian Gulf Cooperation Council Hague Tribunal HAMAS Heritage Foundation Hezbollah Hizb ut-Tahrir Hollywood HSBC Human Rights Watch IAEA IEA IHRC IMF International Criminal Court Interpol IOC ISAF Islamic jihad Islamic Revolution Guards Corps ITERA Jamestown Jobbik JP Morgan Jundullah KFOR KLA Ku Klux Klan Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam Lukoil Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mercosur Microsoft Missile defense Missile Defense Agency Monsanto Moody's Morgan Stanley Mossad Most-Favoured Nation Mujahedin-e Khalq Muslim Brotherhood Nabucco NAFTA Naftogaz NASA Nation of Islam National Security Agency NATO NDAA NDI NED Non-aligned Movement NORAD Nord Stream NORTHCOM Northern Distribution Network NSA OECD Oerlikon OIC OPCW OPEC Open Government Partnership Organization of American States OSCE OTW movement OUN / UPA PACE PACOM Pan-Europa movement Pegida Pentagon PJAK PKK Podemos PRISM PYD Red Cross Renova Republican Party Rosatom Roscosmos Rosneft Rosoboronexport Ruhrgas RusAl RWE SABSA Scientology Shanghai Cooperation Organization Shell Siemens South Stream Southern Command Standard & Poor's Statoil Strategic Nuclear Forces Stratfor SWF SWIFT Syrian National Council SYRIZA Taliban Tamarod TAPI TeleSur TNK-BP Total Trans-Pacific Partnership Transneft TTIP TTP Turkish Stream Twitter UN UN International Court UNASUR UNESCO UNICEF USAID Valdai Club Visegrad Group Volkswagen Wall Street Westinghouse WHO Wikileaks World Bank WTO Yukos “Mass Atrocity Response Operations”

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