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Dangerous games of Great Romanian patriots

"One more confrontation line has emerged in Moldova constantly shaken by internal political crises. At an emergency session on June 28, the ruling “Alliance for European Integration” decided to abolish the decree signed by the interim president Mihai Ghimpu declaring June 28 as the Soviet occupation day and a day of mourning for the victims of totalitarian communism... Almost simultaneously with Ghimpu’s decree the Romanian president Traian Basescu submitted a draft of the national defense strategy to the parliament. In this document Russia was regarded as a source of external threat because its troops are deployed near the Romanian border in Moldova's TransDniester region..."

News | 30.06.2010


Origin of Kyrgyz Divide Between North and South

"Relations between the northern and the southern parts of Kyrgyzstan had always attracted much attention from the Soviet power elite and remain a primary concern in today’s Kyrgyz Republic. Regional authorities in the north and in the south, both seeking dominance in the region, continue to rely on the outdated system of tribal ties... The divide between the north and the south has played a crucial role in the Kyrgyz home policies after 1991. And each time a new ‘faction’ seizes power, its members are trying to diminish influence of the ousted clans..."

News | 28.06.2010


Is it wise to bring Russian troops to Kyrgyzstan?

"On facing the humanitarian catastrophe, Kyrgyzstan happened to be on the verge of the civil war, the dissolution of the state and destruction of the state independence. The republic which borders three Central Asian states and also the unstable Xinjiang, turns it into a detonator, which can destabilize the situation in the whole region..."

News | 26.06.2010


Kyrgyzstan: waiting for new riots

"Kyrgyzstan is waiting for new riots believed to take place ahead of the national referendum on constitution scheduled for 27-th of June. This time, tensions are expected to hit the northern parts of Kyrgyzstan. The authorities have tightened security in the region, with special task forces blocking all roads leading to the country and inspecting vehicles..."

News | 24.06.2010


What if the wheels fall off the EU bus?

"I don’t say that the wheels are going to fall off but observe that they are pretty wobbly these days, forcing this question – what if the Union does disintegrate? What if the glue which has kept Europe making cars not tanks stops sticking?.."

News | 22.06.2010


Russia - Latin America: the union of solidarity and pragmatism

"No doubt that Medvedev will have to withstand the strong pressure from Obama concerning “the anti-American character of the Russian-Venezuelan relations”. The words that a liberal politician and dictator Chavez cannot not have anything in common will definitely be said. It is not excluded, that it will be directly recommended to the Russian guest to scale down all the programs of its military technical cooperation with Venezuela. We expect Obama to assure Medvedev that the US will appreciate this step and the doors of the WTO will be opened wide for Russia..."

News | 21.06.2010


Russia and the XXI Century Geopolitical Challenges. On the Eve of President D. Medvedev's Visit to the US

"Russia gained enormous foreign-politics experience across the world in the imperial epoch and in the Soviet era. Assessing the Russian-US relations over the past year from the standpoint of this experience, one readily concludes that the highlight for the period of time has been Washington's offer to press the reset button. No doubt, there are profound reasons why the US wants its relations with Russia reset... Like all things in the world, the global political climate tends to be fluid, but geopolitical landscapes do persist. On the whole, the contours of the Eurasian geopolitical landscape remain unchanged, and a special place in it belongs to Russia..."

News | 21.06.2010


The Afghan Drug Threat As It Is

"Riots in different parts of the world - in Western Europe, in Russia, in Central Asia (recently - in the Ferghana Valley), and in the North Caucasus - have been paid with the money raised through illegal drug trade... the West has not yet become fully aware of the Afghan drug threat. Central Asia manages to stop 5% of the heroin flow from Afghanistan; Russia - up to 40%, but when it reaches the Balkans, it becomes almost impossible to seize. Kosovo is a classical example of another NARCO-STATE, a safe haven for drug dealers, the province is the world's major distributor of Afghan drugs..."

News | 18.06.2010


Replay of the 1990 Osh Drama

"Two decades after the 1990 interethnic clashes in Osh - some of the worst in a series of bloody conflicts that marked the collapse of the USSR — we are witnessing a recurrence of fighting between the local Uzbek and Kyrgyz communities. How likely is it that the development presages a new round of statehood disintegration in the post-Soviet space?.."

News | 17.06.2010


The Osh Massacre in the Light of International Politics

"The 2001 Western invasion of Afghanistan turned the country into a permanent source of global drug supply and proliferating instability. At the moment the instability is sweeping over the post-Soviet Central Asia, the coup in Kyrgyzstan and the Osh massacre being episodes of a wider drama..."

News | 16.06.2010

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NATO’s Role in Military Activities Control and Confidence Building Measures in Europe

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called for modernizing the European «rule-book» in his article published in several European newspapers (Le Figaro, El Pais, La Repubblica, Le Soir, Die Welt, Tages-Anzeiger, and Tribune de Genève) on Thursday, 26 November 2015...

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