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No More International Law, the US Has Its Way

As requested by the UN General Assembly, on July 22 the International Court of Justice issued a ruling on Kosovo independence. The verdict is that the unilateral declaration of independence by “the Pristina administration” was legal... The ICJ sided with those who used force, political pressure, and economic blackmail to foster the Albanian separatism in Kosovo... Serbia's statehood and sovereignty have suffered yet another blow. Expectations that international institutions – notably, including the UN – are capable of impartiality and professional credibility proved absolutely unwarranted...

Anna FILIMONOVA | 31.08.2010


Cuba: The July 26 Legacy and the Present

At present Cuba must be credited with maintaining world-class social welfare standards. Most importantly, free education and healthcare are available to all Cubans... Cuba occupies the 48-th position globally in terms of the Human Development Index and thus belongs to the group of developed countries. In a stark contrast, Ukraine, a republic which boasted a high level of development in the Soviet era, currently ranks 85-th in the list. In the settings of socialism, Cubans have accomplished what neither Latin American countries nor industrialized capitalist ones can hope to...

Vitaly DZUBA | 31.08.2010


CIA in Honduras: the Practice of Selective Terror

President of Honduras Manuel Zelaya was displaced slightly over a year ago in a coup staged by the local oligarchy and the US intelligence community. The coup came as a punishment for Zelaya's alignment with H. Chavez and other populist Latin American leaders. Since the time, the news flow from Honduras abounds with stories of political assassinations, the victims being activists of trade unions, peasant and student organizations, and the National Popular Resistance Front opposing the pro-US regime of Porfirio Lobo..."

Nil NIKANDROV | 31.08.2010


Islamization of Tajikistan

In recent years Tajikistan has been involved in the process of active Islamization. Being one of the poorest countries in the region, and still healing wounds of a bloody civil war of 1992-1997, Tajikistan turned out to be receptive to Islam. The consequences of this will certainly affect not only the country's political regime and its relations with other countries of Central Asia but also security of Russia, where hundreds of thousands of migrant workers arrive from Tajikistan each year...

Aleksandr SHUSTOV | 31.08.2010


Islamization of Tajikistan

"In recent years Tajikistan has been involved in the process of active Islamization. Being one of the poorest countries in the region, and still healing wounds of a bloody civil war of 1992-1997, Tajikistan turned out to be receptive to Islam. The consequences of this will certainly affect not only the country's political regime and its relations with other countries of Central Asia but also security of Russia, where hundreds of thousands of migrant workers arrive from Tajikistan each year..."

News | 31.08.2010


America's Holy Crusade against the Muslim World

We have reached a decisive transition in the evolution of US military doctrine. The "Global War on Terrorism" (GWOT) directed against Al Qaeda launched in the wake of 9/11 is evolving towards a full-fledged "war of religion", a "holy crusade" directed against the Muslim World…

Michel CHOSSUDOVSKY | 30.08.2010


America's Secret War: From Latin America to Iraq

Michel Chossudovsky, the director of the Centre for Research on Globalization in Canada, argued that the death squad approach created in El Salvador to fight the liberation movement has been adopted by the US and employed in Iraq. Chossudovsky said that John Negroponte, former US ambassador to El Salvador, played a key role in supporting this approach, and assisted in setting up similar programs supported by the US in other Latin American nations…

Michel CHOSSUDOVSKY | 30.08.2010


Top economists: The second Great Depression has arrived

David Rosenberg, market guru, has officially declared that the US economy is in a state of depression, and he sees the economic superpowers woes worsening. On the heels of that bleak forecast, the statistics for existing home sales for July were released and the numbers were ugly. The weak housing market collapsed...

Terrence AYM | 30.08.2010


Geopolitics of Republican Italy

The ongoing great geopolitical changes, mainly determined by Russia, could possibly enhance the strategic function of Italy in the Mediterranean Sea, just in the contest of the organization and stabilization of the new multi-polar system and of the potential Euro-Asian integration..."

Tiberio GRAZIANI | 30.08.2010


The Secret Killers: Covert Assassins Charged With Hunting Down and Killing Afghans

Find, fix, finish, and follow-up" is the way the Pentagon describes the mission of secret military teams in Afghanistan which have been given a mandate to pursue alleged members of the Taliban or al-Qaeda wherever they may be found. Some call these “manhunting” operations and the units assigned to them “capture/kill” teams...

Pratap CHATTERJEE | 30.08.2010

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Breslau and Dresden to Be Liberated After Berlin

…Germany was losing one line of defense after another; the government led by Karl Dönitz replaced the government of Hitler who committed suicide. Berlin fell. But the forces concentrated in Breslau continued to resist. There were different reasons. The Goebbels propaganda promised a “miracle weapon” to change the tide of war. There were hopes the anti-Germany alliance would split apart leading to the start of separate talks between Germany and Anglo-Americans

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