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Invasion in Libya: first 12 days of war

The conference held on March 29 in London made it clear that the initiators of the Libyan war are going to continue it... NATO’s landing operation in Libya is expected to start not earlier than in late of April - early May. Task forces will be trained by Brits and Frenchmen while Arabs will be used as cannon fodder.  Libyan rebels, which robbed the arsenals, are nothing but anarchic gangs incapable of fighting against Gaddafi’s troops and without a land operation the intervention is bound to fail...

Anatoly TSYGANOK | 31.03.2011


 

On the Authoritarian Front: the US Steers towards a Caste Society

Gazing farther into the future, it is not fanciful to foresee the end of economic class-based society in the US. Consider, for example, the import of so-called “dynasty trusts”, a newly permitted estate-planning instrument that allows the super-rich to bequeath their wealth to their heirs from generation to generation, in perpetuity, almost entirely beyond the reach of taxation. The legalization of these instruments more or less cements a plutocratic caste. Might the authoritarian revolution be the dawn of a caste society?..

David KERANS | 30.03.2011


 

Canada – Peacekeeper to Combatant

When does a “peacekeeping” mission become a “peacemaking” mission? When does a military intrusion become a war? This question troubles many Canadians including me... In short, Americans are a violent people, we’re not. In the two World Wars, Canada punched far higher than its weight giving it a stronger voice in international issues than its numbers would warrant...

Rafe MAIR | 30.03.2011


 

Libya: Time to Say What is Really Happening

From the standpoint of the international law, cruise missile attacks against Libya, air raids, the hammering of residential areas, parks, and utilities, the dispatch of naval forces and marines to Libya's shores, the assets freeze due to which the Libyan population is facing the threat of famine altogether constitute an aggression against Libya.

Irina LEBEDEVA | 29.03.2011


 

The Arab Revolutions: a Preliminary Assessment

The situation in Libya is evidently headed for a quagmire... Politics, as Otto von Bismarck wisely remarked, is the art of the possible, and the West has days rather than weeks or months to put its designs concerning Libya into practice...

Andrei VOLODIN | 29.03.2011


 

Libya: Another Kosovo on the Horizon

The offensive against Libya finally took the shape it was supposed to according to the West's plan — it evolved into a war aimed at overthrowing the country's legitimate government, regardless of its sovereignty and UN membership... Next on the list there may be Syria, Iran, or other potential targets for enforced democratization and humanitarian interventions...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 28.03.2011


 

Libya: The Objective of "Humanitarian Bombing" is Death and Destruction

The objective is not to come to the rescue of civilians. Quite the opposite. Both military as well as civilian targets have been pre-selected.  Civilian casualties are intentional. They are not the result of "collateral damage". Early reports confirm that hospitals, civilian airports and government buildings have been bombed...

Michel CHOSSUDOVSKY | 27.03.2011


 

EU’s energy after Fukushima

Everybody, including the supporters of nuclear energy, agrees that the future belongs to renewable energy sources. At the same time everybody understands that nuclear energy is also necessary today. The details of transition to the energy of the future are uncertain; it is not clear if the plans of Europe’s “nuclear renaissance” will be scaled down following the disaster on Hokkaido...

Natalia MEDEN | 27.03.2011


 

Organized Crime as the New World Order's Backbone

Over the past 12 years since the NATO aggression against   Yugoslavia, this is not the first time we are witnessing an international intervention – blessed by the UN and upholding the slogans of human rights and democracy - target a sovereign country... The four NATO “peace-keeping” missions launched over the period of time starting in 1999 – those in Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya – provide enough material to realize what the offensives have in common in terms of their international politics implications...

Konstantin GORDEEV | 26.03.2011


 

Blast in Jerusalem

Israel has not seen terrorist attacks for quite a long time. It seemed that after 2004 Israeli people and Palestinians have learnt how to walk a narrow path between Scylla and Charybdis and not let the worst happen... Now we are dealing with something new – the blast in Jerusalem on March 23 can not be regarded out of the context of the recent events in the entire region... The first thing we can think about is the new round of Israel’s campaign against Iran, which contributes to the continuing destabilization on the Middle East...

Dmitriy SEDOV | 25.03.2011




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Political Manipulations with the Price of Oil

The drop in oil prices that began at the same time as Islamic State (IS) attacks in Iraq and Syria is impossible to explain with economic factors. The world has long been used to the fact that the market has reacted to every war in the Middle East, where 47 per cent of the world’s ‘black gold’ reserves are concentrated, with a sharp jump in oil prices. That is what happened during the two wars in the Persian Gulf, and that is also what happened when the Americans began their ‘mission to restore democracy’ in Afghanistan. And speculation about a possible military conflict between the US and Iran was accompanied by the expectation of a jump in oil prices of up to $200 a barrel and higher. At present, everything has turned upside down, but for how long?..

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