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Can the Libya fire set aflame Venezuela?

Whatever the course of events in Libya, it is obvious that those in favour of a coup in the West’s interests will provoke bloody incidents throughout the country. The mysterious sharpshooters are due to appear quite soon... May the hasty evacuation of a number of embassies from Tripoli mean by any chance that the sharpshooters are already at their operational sites..

Nil NIKANDROV | 28.02.2011


 

America and the 51-st State

The Arab world saw an Israel which couldn’t exist, let alone be armed and an undeclared member of the “Nuclear Club” without US support. To them, the US passivism over Israel’s nuclear weapons while setting their hair on fire over Iran’s nuclear program is raw hypocrisy – which it is...

Rafe MAIR | 28.02.2011


 

Libya: The Empire Strikes Back

Pre-amble: I started writing this before events in Libya escalated, but it illustrates why it is imperative that we understand what exactly is going on in the Middle East and North Africa, especially when it comes to distinguishing between our wishes and reality. This is especially true of what is happening in Libya, where fact and invention have become blurred in the press coverage..

William BOWLES | 27.02.2011


 

Gaddafi and Europe

The break-up of Libya, if it comes true, will create “new opportunities” for the West. The Western countries can seize something, still formally owned by the Libyan state and to reduce costs on supplies of oil from Libya, which will become “a former state”. Similar thing happened earlier in Iraq...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 27.02.2011


 

Libya: Is Washington Pushing for Civil War to Justify a US-NATO Military Intervention?

There is no question that Colonel Muammar Al-Gaddafi (Al-Qaddafi) is a dictator. He has been the dictator and so-called “qaid” of Libya for about 42 years… Although all three have dictatorship in common, Qaddafi’s Libya is quite different from Ben Ali’s Tunisia or Mubarak’s Egypt. The Libyan leadership is not outright subservient to the United States and the European Union…

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 26.02.2011


 

Revolts in Arab world – who’s next?

The revolt in Libya makes us seriously revise our attitude to the events in the Arab East... Accumulation of serious social and economic contradictions when it reaches the point, after which an outbreak of social rage follows, is the real base of national protests... The Islamic world with its opposition to globalism is in search for a new self identification. Islam as a culture does not accept globalism as such...

Dmitriy SEDOV | 25.02.2011


 

Oil and Blood in Libya

The themes of oil and blood are interwoven in the recent developments in Libya. In the meantime, the West's behavior is utterly disgraceful as it attempts to combine support for the revolution pulled off by the protesting crowds with concerns over the interests of oil-importing countries.

Yuri TYSSOVSKI | 24.02.2011


 

Pentagon’s undercover operations in South America

On February 10, the military aircraft of the Air Force of the United States, C-17 Globemaster III, registration 77187, landed at the Ezeiza international airport of the Argentine capital. From the Boeing’s bottomless carcasses the custom officers began to take out heavy boxes delivered from the base of the 7 th Special Forces Group in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. In the valise of Globemaster III they found a brochure with a phrase written in 15 languages: “I am a soldier of the US army. Please tell my embassy that I was arrested in your country”.....

Nil NIKANDROV | 24.02.2011


 

Destroying the Tribunal

February 23, 2011 is the end of Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj's eighth year in the custody of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The Tribunal turned down Seselj's request to see Russian doctors – he was told he is supposed to be treated by medics from specific NATO countries...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 23.02.2011


 

Persian Gulf won’t be the same again

The unthinkable may be happening. For the first time since the Islamic revolution in Iran 32 years ago, Iran sought and obtained permission for its warships to cross Suez Canal. With Libya sliding into anarchy and growing uncertainties in the Persian Gulf, oil market may become volatile and Iran’s role can become crucial....

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 22.02.2011




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Russia has enough gas for everyone

The June 26 speech by Alexey Miller, the chairman of the board of Gazprom, at the annual general meeting of shareholders proved to be a cold shower for all those who hoped that Russia would pull out of Europe’s gas markets. Despite the fact that much of his report was devoted to Gazprom’s operations in the Russian Far East, the data Miller provided confirmed that Russian gas will not be squeezed out of Europe’s energy balance. Moreover, in the coming years Russian gas supplies will continue to play a steadily larger role in ensuring European energy security...

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