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How Aristocrats Have Gotten Away with Even Mass-Murder

On 8 July 2015, in a pervasively ignored but historically very important news event (briefly mentioned by the BBC), the only trial ever in which a former head of state was convicted in his own country for genocide — in the long court case of Ronald Reagan’s friend Guatemalan General Rios Montt — finally petered out via a declaration by a Guatemalan court, alleging that Montt’s 10 May 2013 Guatemalan conviction and 80-year prison sentence (never served) for genocide, must now simply be abandoned, because Montt is supposedly “mentally incompetent to stand trial»...

Eric ZUESSE | 28.07.2015


 

Minsk Agreements and Fraudulence of Ukrainian Authorities

The settlement of local ethnic conflicts is considered to be one of the most difficult diplomatic problems. The reason for this is that reconciliation does not require the government or the armies of both sides, but the people themselves, each of which genuinely considers themselves a victim of enemy action. And sometimes it is not even enemy action, but that of another ethnic group. The conflict between Ukraine and Novorossiya is a typical example, despite the fact that the same Ukrainians, Russians, Greeks, Bulgarians and Jews living in the Donetsk and Luhansk Republics (DPR and LPR) are the same as in the rest of Ukraine...

Alexander DONETSKY | 27.07.2015


 

Deceptive Euphoria: US Changes Policy Toward Cuba

Last December US President Obama had to admit that the US Cuba policy had failed. It took Washington about fifty years to understand a basic fact: sanctions, economic and trade embargo, as well as the attempts to isolate the small island were doomed from the very start...

Nil NIKANDROV | 26.07.2015


 

Bulgaria: Implications of Anti-Russian Policy

The Greek debt crisis and Ukraine moving to the brink of collapse are the issues in the limelight. Bulgaria is given less attention to even though this country may soon become another headache for Europe. The Bulgarian government is loyal to the United States but it may turn into a weak link among the East European allies who greatly depend on Washington...

Dmitry MININ | 23.07.2015


 

China’s Silk Road goes global: from dream to reality

China’s Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road project represent Beijing’s strategic foreign policy transformation and the boldest proposal on the world agenda, as recent international visits and speeches by Chinese leaders plus the most updated plan show...

Augusto SOTO | 22.07.2015


 

Iran Deal: Implications and Lessons to Draw

Now that an agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue has been reached, attention is turning to how it will affect the region and the world...

Andrei AKULOV | 21.07.2015


 

A Threat to World Peace

On 9 July 2015 US Marine General Joseph Dunford appeared in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee and announced that «If you want to talk about a nation that could pose an existential threat to the United States, I would have to point to Russia. And if you look at their behaviour, it’s nothing short of alarming». He said that without weapons to counter tank and artillery fire, Ukrainian troops would not be able to fend off «Russian aggression» and that «from a military perspective it's reasonable that we provide that support to the Ukrainians»...

Brian CLOUGHLEY | 21.07.2015


 

Greece – Harbinger of Global Financial Collapse

The Greek debt crisis is on the radar screen today. It’s a pity that 99% of publications are devoted only to the implications for Greece and eurozone. This issue should be considered in a broader context. The implications should be analyzed at global scale...

Valentin KATASONOV | 20.07.2015


 

Europeans are defending themselves against Right Sector

After the recent firefight between Right Sector militants and the police in Mukacheve, Ukraine’s neighbors are taking steps to beef up their own security...

Vladislav GULEVICH | 20.07.2015


 

Sweden Ponders NATO Membership: Tough Call

Sweden is stepping up its military capabilities and exercises as an element of its anti-Russia policy. It will increase the number of training events with NATO, including those on Swedish NATO territory, Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist told Dagens Nyheter on June 26...

Andrei AKULOV | 19.07.2015




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The US has made its partner a target for Russian air strikes. According to Russian Interfax-AVN agency, the Russian Ministry of Defense has taken a decision to deploy a squadron of long-range, supersonic bombers Tu-22М3 with variable sweep wing to Crimea with the option of eventually sending an entire regiment to the peninsula in response to Eastern European NATO allies' reinforcement plans. An air force squadron normally consists of between 10 and 24 military aircraft, however it can include more. A regiment consists of several squadrons...

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