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Uncle Sam – Take A Hike

President Obama must declare that the US is not the world’s policeman any longer and that peaceful relations between countries cannot be maintained by an outside power nor has the United States any right to meddle in internal disputes... Unstable governments like Iraq and in the Levant don’t and won’t become more stable if the US stays; rather the opposite...

Rafe MAIR | 31.01.2011


 

Why Hasim Thaci may escape trial?

It is evident that as far as the crimes in Kosovo are concerned, the West pursues one aim: not to spoil the whole 'Kosovo project' that cost them billions of euro...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 31.01.2011


 

Germany worried about euro safety burden

Angela Merkel voiced support to the French initiative of forming a common European economic government. Undoubtedly,  to strengthen the positions of the European Commission and maintain US influence in Europe it appears to be the best scenario when Germany pays for others just to stay 'good Europeans'...

Natalia MEDEN | 30.01.2011


 

Egypt in Fire: Statehood Wisdom Put to Test

The tide of popular protests in Egypt shows no signs of subsiding. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in Cairo, Alexandria, Asyut, Port Said, and Suez to demand the immediate resignation of the current Egyptian leader H. Mubarak dubbed Egypt's last Pharaoh by his opponents... The demise of the current regime would inevitably be followed by the country's conversion into a center of Muslim radicalism not much different from Afghanistan, Somalia, or, in some regards, Pakistan. The West may be extolling the Egyptian democratic breakthrough but should be mindful of the above...

Yuri TYSSOVSKI | 29.01.2011


 

US Empire on Haiti: dictatorship and genocide

The version that the earthquake on Haiti on January 12, 2010 was artificial came up on the first days after the disaster.Then 250,000 Haitians died... According to some analytical articles published on the Internet, Pentagon stood behind the disaster... At a press conference the UN’s representative on Haiti N. Fischer praised the contribution of the Cuban doctors in fighting cholera saying that they are able to win the epidemics...

Nil NIKANDROV | 28.01.2011


 

Washington: Welcome News from China

The Chinese leader's recent visit to the US highlighted the truth that currently the decline of the US financial empire may be much closer than widely believed... even if Beijing chooses to impede it, there are other players capable of setting the process in motion. For example, the Saudi Arabia can refuse to sell oil for US dollars and Russia's Gazprom – strike a deal with China to switch to the yuan in the gas business. The scenario is of course purely hypothetic...

Alexander SALITZKI | 28.01.2011


 

The rhetoric of US-India partnership

Strategic pundits say the US is determinedly building up India as a great military power as hedge against China. The US officials and think tankers have worked hard to pander to India’s hubris as a “rival” to China...

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 27.01.2011


 

Palestine and Russia

Dmitry Medvedev stressed shortly after the conversation with M. Abbas in Jericho that unilateral steps destabilizing the situation are unacceptable. The Russian leader reiterated Russia's support “for the Palestinians' right to establish a viable and united autonomous state with a capital in East Jerusalem”. He said the establishment of the state would be beneficial to all the peoples of the Middle East...

Yuri TYSSOVSKI | 26.01.2011


 

Two Koreas: from artillery duel to diplomatic duel

Nobody is surprised with the uncertainty on the Korean peninsula, which still lacks proper conditions for normal relations between South and North Koreas. Lack of norms of co-existence and the dislike of Pyongyang and Seoul for each other leads to a gradual degradation of the situation and may find expression in the aggravation of military and political tension, which is getting more difficult to reduce...

Alexander VORONTSOV, Oleg REVENKO | 24.01.2011


 

Pakistan, the US, and the Talibs

When US president B. Obama declared that the US withdrawal from Afghanistan was on the horizon, it immediately became clear that Washington decided to give Pakistan the key role in containing Taliban and other Afghan-based Muslim militant groups...

Natalya ZAMARAEVA | 24.01.2011




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Currency Swaps in the Modern World. The Birth of the Global Currency Cartel (II)

Before 2011, unlimited swaps between central banks were open for a period of seven days. In the autumn of 2011, however, the US FRS, the European Central Bank (ECB), the Bank of Japan, the Bank of England, the Bank of Switzerland and the Bank of Canada (the ‘big six’) agreed to coordinate actions to ensure the liquidity of the global financial system... Currency wars are not going anywhere; they are just ceasing to exist within the currency pool of the ‘big six’, while new currency wars between the ‘big six’ and the rest of the world are inevitable. The success of BRICS and other countries on the periphery of global capitalism in building a fair global financial order will, to a large extent, depend on the understanding that the West has already been consolidated and has distanced itself from the rest of the world...

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