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Middle East: Russia Staging a Comeback

Russia’s breakthrough in the Middle East should not be limited to this country’s proposal for calling the new Middle East conference. Moscow could just as actively contribute to stabilizing the situation in Iraq, restoring the Iraqi economy and working towards settling problems that arise over Iran’s nuclear programme and other regional problems.

News | 30.06.2009


Croatia: Roads Leading to NATO and EU

"NATO intends to have a foothold in the Balkans. Military bases are built in the former Yugoslavia, and sea ports are modernized to meet the requirements of the military bloc. The plans of NATO leadership include the use of Croatian territory, too. It is rumoured that a NATO base will be built on Isle Peleshats. As many times in its history Croatia again has given the decision of its fate to the military alliance..."

News | 28.06.2009


'Made in USA terrorists' in Miami

"Miami, a coastal city in southeastern Florida, US, is known worldwide for its sandy beaches, high-class tourism and entertainment. Well-off people from Latin America are striving to buy houses in Miami and join the clubs which are popular among the American 'high society'. Miami is a kind of Latin American bridgehead in the US territories. There you may see diverse people from the countries located to the south from Rio Grande: retired businessmen, politicians who worked for the State Department (harmfully to the national interests of their countries), popular actors, singers and also drug dealers and other criminals..."

News | 25.06.2009


The Uzbek-Kyrgyz wall

"Uzbekistan is digging 3 meters wide and 3 meters deep trenches on the borders of Suzaks, Aksyisk and Nookatsk districts of Kyrgyzstan and building 7 meters high concrete walls in the Rishtan district of the Fergana region... Considering that Russia is interested in stronger role of CSTO and stability along its Southern borders we can assume that it may also become involved in Uzbek-Kyrgyz conflict..."

News | 21.06.2009


Iran - Russia. Ahmadinejad's Last Term in Office

The rise to power in Tehran of a liberal-democratic regime totally open to the US influence (such as the current regime in Ukraine) would have been a catastrophe for the southern segment of the CIS... It is well-known that Iran – a Shia country - has serious influence over its neighbors and practically plays the role of a regional superpower. Unlike the influence exerted by the US, Iran's influence over the countries drawn into its orbit is friendly and positive...

News | 19.06.2009


BRIC Seeking Fresh Answers to Old Problems

"The first summit meeting of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) at the Russian Urals city of Yekaterinburg on 16 June 2009 held lot of promises for a better and fairer world. Undoubtedly, through equitable partnership BRIC can play a dynamic role and assert itself in international politics. The 16-point statement issued at the end of the summit dealt with divergent issues of international concern ranging from food crisis to United Nation reforms..."

News | 18.06.2009


Ahmadinejad’s Election Win

"The incumbent Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won the presidential election of June 12-th, 2009, the tenth presidential election in the Islamic Republic that the once monarchical Iran has turned into, in the wake of the downfall of the Shah regime. The main aspirants to the presidency were named Mir Hossein Mousavi, representing the Islamic Revolution’s “old guard”, and the “second wave” leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (in power since 2005)..."

News | 17.06.2009


Uzbekistan: A Turn to the West?

"...By way of demonstrating its disinterestedness in enhancing the military component of the Organization of the Treaty for Collective Security (OTCS) where Russia predominates, Tashkent is getting prepared to not only a military confrontation with Kirghizia and Tajikistan, but also to the role of a new US stronghold in “Greater Middle Asia.”..."

News | 15.06.2009


Obama and the Military: Purely Tactical Disagreements

"There is a growing understanding in the ranks of the US establishment that the US is gradually losing its grip on global processes. What can it do to reverse the trend? There may be tactical disagreements, but there is unanimity among the US political class that this can be done only on the basis of building up the US military might and raising the potential of the US army to a new and higher level..."

News | 11.06.2009


UN Papers and the Gross Reality

"June 10 is a sad date in the history of the UN... The decade since the passing of the June 10, 1999 UN Security Council Resolution 1244 addressing the Kosovo problem – the document totally ignored throughout the period - has shown that the UN is no longer playing the role prescribed to it by the post-World War II system of the international law..."

News | 09.06.2009

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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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