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Stop ethnocide against Russians in Ukraine - time is running out!

"Since Ukraine had gained independence, there were approved some 80 bills restricting or even banning the use of the Russian language. And, actually, the total number of such kind of bills has long been brought to a few hundreds. The Russian language is banned in advertising, cinema, in preschool and higher education. This language has faded away in radio and TV broadcasting in the south and east of Ukraine... Ukraine's Culture Minister Vasily Vovkun openly described the Russian as 'dog's language'..."

News | 27.02.2010


 

Caucasian Geopolitical Region: the Past, the Present, and the Future (I)

"The analysis of the situation in the Caucasus and in Transcaucasia shows that the outlook for the geopolitical entirety is going to be shaped by the key Western countries' efforts aimed at debarring Russia from the Caspian oil and gas projects... The main threats to Russia's security are bred by the instability in Transcaucasia, Iraq, and, potentially, Iran..."

News | 27.02.2010


 

The Iskander Missiles as the Guarantee of Normal Coexistence of Russia and Europe

Russia went public with the plan to deploy the Iskander missiles at its western frontier – in the Kaliningrad region or on the territories of neighboring countries, but the process of probing into Washington's reaction is clearly taking too long. In politics, failure to appreciate the importance of acting quickly invariably creates problems, the above situation being a vivid example. The Iskanders are a remarkably potent weapon but it appears that Moscow risks playing the card as a minor element in the diplomatic game..."

News | 23.02.2010


 

America godfathers South Asian amity

"The resumption of India-Pakistan talks happens to be a US foreign policy enterprise... with solid American and NATO security guarantee gratuitously made available, Pakistan will have no further need for an “all-weather friendship” with China, which always stood in the way of a close US-Pakistan strategic partnership... Washington could also focus on the business that can be garnered in India’s 100-billion dollar market for weapons without Pakistan feeling apprehensive about the Indian arms build-up..."

News | 19.02.2010


 

Is the US Perpetually Rudderless? An Enduring Gift of the Founding Fathers

"...Government in the US is condemned to rudderlessness. Bad regulations remain on the books; the public struggles to pin down which authorities are responsible for bad laws; political gridlock frustrates anyone trying to pursue reforms; serious discussion of how to deal with modernity is hamstrung; Congress dodges issues in favor of demagogy..."

News | 16.02.2010


 

Capitalism cut adrift (I)

"There has been much talk expended over the years on the degree to which the media—and hence culture—is central to maintaining the capitalist system. Leading the charge have been Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman, so much so that they now more resemble sainted objects than social/political analysts, but then this is nothing new for the left, who unfortunately for the most part are happy to let others do the thinking for them..."

News | 14.02.2010


 

The US: On a «Financially Intolerable» Track

"US President B. Obama is sending the 2011 budget to the Congress. In the economic settings currently facing the US — and largely created by the US — putting together a nice-looking budget without jeopardizing the very foundations of the capitalist system (an option not to be taken seriously) is absolutely impossible. The task of B. Obama and his economic advisers seems to be to navigate between the equally important but hopelessly conflicting goals of pulling the US economy out of crisis and of somehow reducing the budget deficit which has already passed the trillion dollar mark..."

News | 13.02.2010


 

Russia`s New Military Doctrine Approved

"On February 5, 2010, President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev put his signature to the text of the country`s new Military Doctrine.1 This document has been causing much concern among experts in recent months. Its ratification was postponed for a few times, and Nikolai Patrushev, head of the Security Council, blamed slight technical problems for the delay..."

News | 11.02.2010


 

The Myth of the Good War: America in World War II

"In the night of February 13-14, 1945, the ancient and beautiful capital of Saxony, Dresden, was attacked three times, twice by the RAF and once by the USAAF, the United States Army Air Force, in an operation involving well over 1,000 bombers. The consequences were catastrophic... The bombing of Dresden, then, seems to have been a senseless slaughter, and looms as an even more terrible undertaking than the atomic obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki..."

News | 10.02.2010


 

Israel: preparations for a disaster in light of a Haiti experiment

"...The Venezuelan State television channel ViveTV quoted on its website a report by the Russian Northern Fleet as saying that the Haiti earthquake was provoked by the testing of a seismic weapon by the US Fourth Fleet. This kind of weapon is planned to be used against Iran... When time finally comes for a “final solution” of the Palestinian problem, it is not impossible that developments in Palestine may follow the Haiti scenario..."

News | 08.02.2010




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Old Senile Men and Westphalian Fascism

The leading Republican war hawk in the U.S. Senate, Senate Armed Services Committee chairman John McCain of Arizona, in a single week, misused his position to entertain arcane testimony from three decrepit agents of U.S. power politics... It is clear that what McCain, Kissinger, Scowcroft, and Brzezinski want maintained is an ever-expanding federalized European Union, which is now slowly absorbing as its newest Westphalian nation-state underlings, Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova...

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