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Is a US attack on Iran inevitable?

America knows that as long as the Palestinian question has not been resolved to, at least to the grudging satisfaction of the parties, Iran will get its nuclear weapons and aim them at nuclear armed Israel, thus providing two nations that despise one another the ability to destroy each other not just because of the current situation but because of fundamentally different national memories, each of which is based upon the perceived approval of God.

News | 30.03.2010


 

The Afghan dilemma

"The formation of a coalition government with Taliban is unlikely: they will likely to insist on changing political regime and on the establishment of the Islamic emirate. Anyway the authorities will have to negotiate with Taliban leaders who are defining the fate of the movement and the military situation in the country... It is the Afghan government which should negotiate with Taliban while other parties concerned including the US should only create conditions for that. London is especially active. It was the UK‘s authorities organized talks between Kabul and Taliban in October 2008 in Saudi Arabia... The settlement of the Afghan issue depends on many states including Afghanistan neighbors and here we see different interests. Moscow supports the North of Afghanistan, Tashkent supports Afghan Uzbeks headed by General Dustom, Iran supports Shiites (Khazar tribes) and Pakistan is close to Pushtu people. Teheran is concerned with the US pressure and Islamabad does not mind having a friendly regime in Kabul and being able to restrain India. Beijing is not showing its interests regarding the situation in Afghanistan..."

News | 25.03.2010


 

EU Failure in Brdo

"The heavily advertised EU-Balkan summit in Brdo, Slovenia, was plagued by scandals... The Brdo summit was the opening of the political year for the Balkans during which the West hopes to suppress the Bosnian and Kosovo Serbs' residual resistance to the onslaught of «the new world order»..."

News | 23.03.2010


 

A US spy forces India to rethink

"The Indian public is shell-shocked by the United States’ move to strike a deal – “plea bargain” in juridical parlance – between its Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] and David Coleman Headley, who played a key role in the planning of the terrorist strike in Mumbai in November 2008 in which 166 people were killed... The Headley saga underscores the geopolitical reality that the US-British-Pakistani axis to engage the Taliban in Afghanistan holds lethal potency for India’s strategic interests..."

News | 22.03.2010


 

OAS without US. An Alternative

"The Mexican city Cancun has recently played host to the 23-rd summit of... the Rio Group. The summit meeting took a sensational decision to set up yet another regional organization, - Comunidad de Estados Latinoamericanos y Caribeños (CELAC), or a Community of Latin American and Caribbean States. A future organization will basically differ from the OAS in that it will not comprise the United States and Canada... The more obsessed the Empire is in fighting “enemies” all over the world, the more frequently that obsession backfires. Prospects for setting up CELAC, - an “alternative Organization of American States without the USA”, may result in the isolation of the United States proper on the American continent..."

News | 21.03.2010


 

Iran-Pakistan-India Pipeline: Perspectives of Players

"On 16 March 2010 Iran and Pakistan signed an agreement on the long pending Iran – Pakistan - India (IPI) pipeline at the Turkish city of Istanbul, but this time without India’s participation... The pivot of the pipeline debate is Iran... The US is strongly against the deal and on many occasions it has attempted to scuttle the deal by persuading as well as pressuring both India and Pakistan not to go for the deal..."

News | 20.03.2010


 

Sitting on Two Chairs A Problem

"The widely advertised EU - Balkans summit that was supposed to be held in Brdo on March 20 may yet fail to take place... Brussels may have great expectations in connection with the Brdo summit, but actually the self-proclaimed new Balkan country challenges not only Serbia but also the UN... So far, the EU clearly ascribed higher priority to the relations with Kosovo Albanians but sitting on two chairs is increasingly growing into a problem..."

News | 17.03.2010


 

US-Israeli Attack Against Iran Imminent

"All military conflicts involving the US were sparked by provocations, and the priority at the moment is to focus on neutralizing the consequences of the provocation that the world is about to encounter. The logical hypothesis is that the likely provocation to trigger an attack against Iran is a detonation of a «dirty» nuclear bomb by the US and Israeli intelligence services (or a blow-up of a nuclear power plant) in Israel or somewhere in West Europe...

News | 14.03.2010


 

Capitalism cut adrift (II)

"In fact we now live in at least the third version of capitalism to blight this England. The first occurred around 1750 with the arrival of factory system, the second with the Enclosures Act in 1832 that saw the forcible removal of millions of workers from country to city and the third, the enforced deindustrialization that began in the Thatcher years. The fundamental effect of these transformations was to break the links with the past..."

News | 12.03.2010


 

Ukrainian Nazism Attacking

"According to the rating supplied by Foreign Policy, an influential US magazine, last summer the ultra-nationalist Ukrainian Freedom party led by Oleg Tyahnybok secured a place in the list of the world's top five most dynamically gaining radical parties. This means that serious changes await the political map of Ukraine..."

News | 11.03.2010




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West Responds to Islamic State Gains and Successes

No matter the United States and Great Britain claim to form a coalition of 40 states to fight the Islamic State, there is little done in practice. The United Sates are pursuing the very same goals as in the past: to overthrow Bashar Assad in Syria, make forces hostile to Tehran and Damascus come to power in Iraq, weaken Iran and Shia Hezbollah movement on Lebanon and then move jihad closer to the Russian borders. Washington hopes that the Ukraine’s crisis will divert Moscow efforts and limit its influence in the Middle East.  

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