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Russia - ASEAN Summit: Attempting to Crush Stereotypes

On October 30, Russian president D. Medvedev attended the second Russia - ASEAN summit in Hanoi... Moscow's assertiveness in Hanoi and its plan to host the 2012 Asia-Pacific summit signal a rising  awareness about Asia in the ranks of Russian decision-makers...

Igor TOMBERG | 31.10.2010


 

The Geopolitics of Drug Trafficking

The geography of drug supplies from Afghanistan explains the drug lords' increasing interest in the northern drug trafficking route...The Talib surge in Afghanistan's northern provinces, the fighting with insurgents in Tajikistan's Rasht valley, and the second Kyrgyz “revolution” may be elements of the same picture – the establishment of favorable conditions for the transit of drugs from Afghanistan... Moscowis increasingly concerned over the situation in Tajikistan...

Aleksandr SHUSTOV | 31.10.2010


 

BRIC at UNSC

The selection of India this month as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has catapulted the Brazil – Russia – India - China (BRIC) nations at the highest international body as a force to reckon with... It may not be a pure coincidence that the coming months in this year will see high powered visits from important players in the world to India. While November will witness the visits of the US President and the French President, the month of December will witness the visit of the Russian President and the Chinese Premier...

Aurobinda MAHAPATRA | 31.10.2010


 

A Death Sentence to Tariq Aziz Against the WikiLeaks Backdrop

Sentencing Tariq Aziz to death came against the backdrop of the WikiLeaks revelations about the war in Iraq. The site published tons of information concerning the war crimes committed by the US and Iraqi military in the country... 31 civilians were killed daily since the outbreak of the war in 2003, and the data shows that lethality in Iraq is five times higher than in Afghanistan... Three years ago Baghdad requested that the UN Security Council set up an international tribunal for Iraq. No response followed at the time, but currently there is no doubt that the tribunal is necessary...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 30.10.2010


 

CIA in Paraguay, or How to Get Rid of a President

Paraguayused to host US southern command's forces in the past, the operations being disguised as humanitarian missions meant to provide healthcare to the population or to build schools in rural areas. In practice, the Pentagon used Paraguay's territory to carry out reconnaissance in the border zone of the three countries – Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina – and to create the infrastructures the US could rely on to dispatch troops en masse in the case of a regional crisis...

Nil NIKANDROV | 28.10.2010


 

Income Inequality in America Continues to Grow

Income inequality in America is at the highest level since the Census Bureau began tracking household income data in 1967, according to Reuters. The disparity between the rich and the poor has reached such a high level that the United States is now in the same category as developing Third World countries such as the Ivory Coast, Jamaica and Malaysia…

Dustin ENSINGER | 28.10.2010


 

Saudi Arabia approves civil nuclear cooperation with Russia

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To Be Or Not To Be? On the 65-th UN Anniversary

The UN celebrated its 64 th anniversary on October 24, 2010... it is clear that these days the UN is in crisis and is unable to play the leading role in ensuring international peace and security.The perilous tendency of the past 10-15 years is that the UN is increasingly losing credibility, and that, moreover, responsibility for the process rests with the organization's own bodies rather than with any external forces. There are serious reasons to assume that the key UN institutions are deliberately eroding the UN credibility...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 27.10.2010


 

A Visa of Contention

In early November interior ministers of the EU`s 27 member states are going to discuss visa-free regime with the Balkan states. These are expected to be really hot debates with the EU chiefs probably revising the earlier approved principles and schedules... Belgiumis currently presiding over the EU, and its negative experience of cooperation with thousands of Macedonian and Kosovan Albanians may play a crucial role in the way the situation with visa-free regime for the Balkan states will unfold...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 27.10.2010


 

Kazakhstan: tension between clans grows

The beginning of a new political season in Kazakhstan has been marked by a growing tensions between clans.This time the defeat was faced by powefrul 'southern' clans who for quite a long time had been enjoying leading positions in the country`s governing bodies.It may be that external manifestations of this confronation are nothing more but an echo of fierce fight for the post of Nursultan Nazarbayev`s successor...

Aleksandr SHUSTOV | 26.10.2010




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9/11 Was NATO’s License to Expand Globally

The 9/11 attacks on the United States undoubtedly benefited a number of actors, including the American military-intelligence complex, Israel, and most definitely, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Cold War-era, the area of responsibility for which had long been confined to Europe and North America, used the provisions of Article 5 of the NATO Charter – which states that an attack on one member is an attack on all – to extend NATO’s power deep into Eurasia, particularly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Kyrgyzstan...

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