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China: Modernization Goes On

Chinais a giant country with extremely diverse natural and socioeconomic condition, and it is trying to present the world with a fairly universal model. Other countries are unlikely to accept it in its fully original form but still can take over a lot. The Chinese socialism offers an alternative to uncritical replication of foreign development models and serves as an example of creative synthesis of many of mankind's accomplishments...

Alexander SALITZKI | 30.09.2010


What the Future Holds for Venezuela Following the Elections

A myth that Caracas plans to create weapons of mass destruction was floated in the US against the background of the elections in Venezuela. Venezuela's new parliament will open in January, 2011. No doubt, heated debates loom on the horizon. There may be serious results as well, but of course this is not what the opposition got into the parliament for...

Nil NIKANDROV | 30.09.2010


Boomerang of terror comes back to France

Life in France came to a standstill amid report of new threats. The country’s interior minister Brice Hortefeux has urged to raise terror alert level. The Frenchnational police director Frederic Pechenard confirmed that new threats were very likely and named public transport among the most probable objects for attacks. He added that assassinations of high-ranking officials could take place as well. Meanwhile, a terror alert level can be raised to the highest any moment, which will result in closed railways stations, underground and airports...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 29.09.2010


America Threatens Russia: U.S. Consolidates New Military Outposts In Eastern Europe

With NATO as intermediary, facilitator and Trojan horse, the Pentagon has established itself - with bases, troops and missiles - along the entire length of Eastern Europe from the Baltic Sea to the Mediterranean. Two weeks after the United States started its third rotation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Baltic air patrol on September 1, with the deployment of F-15C Eagle fighter jets operating out of the Siauliai International Airport in Lithuania, neighboring Estonia finished a three-year project to upgrade its Amari Air Base in order to accommodate more NATO warplanes. The opening ceremony for the enlarged base, which with expanded runways is able to host "16 NATO fighters, 20 transport planes [and] up to 2,000 people per day", was held on September 15...  

Rick ROZOFF | 28.09.2010


Stop the Murder of Vojislav Šešelj!

The trial of Vojislav Šešelj in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is entering a new phase which promises to be the riskiest one for the Serbian Radical Party's leader since his imprisonment eight years ago. Bluntly speaking, the secret operation aimed at killing Šešelj is already nearing completion...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 26.09.2010


Tajikistan on the verge of Civil War

Last month's frequent fighting in Tajikistan may altogether be a prologue to a new civil war in the republic. Despite the residual illusion of stability, collapse can follow any moment, especially if veterans of the United Tajik Opposition and Afghan Talibs – the groups with exceptional skills in guerrilla warfare – choose to openly enter the stage.

Aleksandr SHUSTOV | 25.09.2010


Kyrgyzstan's Rosa at the heart of the matter

President Barack Obama's decision to hold a meeting with Kyrgyz President RosaOtunbayeva, whose country has a mere 5 million people, reflects Kyrgyzstan's strategic location at the heart of Central Asia - and more. The meeting immediately follows a major rebuff for Russia in the region and signals how crucial Kyrgyzstan is now for US foreign policy...

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 25.09.2010


The Interlocking of Drug Business, Corruption, and Politics

It is an undeclared but de facto sanctioned global arrangement that Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bolivia and several other countries are allowed to produce drugs to survive. There is also the phenomenon of Holland, a civilized country at the very heart of Europe which has legalized dope and thus hosts a long-term experiment aimed at genetically ruining the once normal population. In the US, cannabis is widely grown in private residences...

Alexander BARENTSEV | 24.09.2010


Brazil hates to say good-bye to Lula

On October 3 the presidential election will be held in Brazil. The current president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silvais completing his second presidential term with an unusually high rating: 81.4%.After the fall of the military dictatorship in 1985 no other Brazilian president could boast such popularity. The main achievement of Lula’s presidency is a significant increase of the living standard in Brazil. During his two terms 14 million working places have been created in the country, saving about 20 million Brazil people from poverty...

Nil NIKANDROV | 23.09.2010


Referendum in Turkey and US-Made Sufism

Turkey's September 12 referendum dealt a sever blow to the positions of secularists in the country... Unless the relations between Moscow and Ankara warm considerably, Russia risks becoming the target of influence exerted by Turkey with its Neo-Ottoman doctrine. The Crimea, the Caucasus, and Central Asia are potential spheres of interest to the proponents of this ideology no less than the Middle East or North Africa. If Turkey never becomes a part of Europe, its rapidly growing population will certainly channel its energy into the Turkish expansion north and north-east...

Leonid SAVIN | 22.09.2010

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Kiev Elections Can’t Sanitise State of Mob Rule

The Kiev regime’s parliamentary elections this weekend are set to go ahead amid an atmosphere of rampant political street violence and intimidation – and that’s not in the war-torn eastern part of Ukraine. The parliamentary elections were called in June by the then elected President Petro Poroshenko as a way of legitimising the illegal coup against the Ukrainian government that occurred four months previously with the support of the American Central Intelligence Agency... In the paraphrased words of Abraham Lincoln, no electoral process can sanitise the glaring fact of Kiev’s rule of the mob, by the mob, for the mob.

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