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Europe Suffocating Under Pressure of Refugee Flows: Is There a Way Out?

Europe is hit by waves of refugee flows coming from the Middle East and North Africa, especially Libya. Italy is hardest hit. The aggravation of problem was prompted by the UK-France aggression. Italy did not take part in the operation against Libya though Paris and London called on Italians to demonstrate “European solidarity” and join the combat...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 30.06.2015


 

The voice of the new right in European politics

After their success in the European Parliament elections in May 2014, Europe’s new right is moving to consolidate its organizational structure. In June of last year, the leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage, created the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy faction out of Eurosceptic movements within the European Parliament (48 deputies). In March of this year, Marine Le Pen’s National Front (FN) won 25% of the votes in local elections and strengthened its position as France’s second biggest political party. In some French regions, Le Pen’s party is eclipsing Nicolas Sarkozy’s UMP...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 25.06.2015


 

Sarkozy fustige Hollande pour son absence à Moscou le 9 mai

Intervenant samedi lors du congrès de son parti Les Républicains, Nicolas Sarkozy a reproché au président François Hollande sa décision de ne pas se rendre à Moscou pour la commémoration du 70e anniversaire de la victoire sur le nazisme.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 08.06.2015


 

«Gratuitous Democracy» or «Banking Concentration Camp»

The news I’m talking about was reported by media in May. Not a big thing at first glance, certainly not a thing to hit radar screen. But the devil is in the details. Some interesting events took place in Scandinavia. The Danish government proposed exempting certain shops from the obligation to accept cash payments in a move seen as pushing the country a step closer to a «cash-free» economy. Businesses such as clothing retailers, gas stations and restaurants will no longer be required to accept cash next year, the government of Denmark said on May 6. The move comes as part of a pre-election package of economic growth measures aimed at reducing costs and increasing productivity for businesses. Many stores in Sweden do not accept cash but only debit or credit cards. Now a buyer with full pockets of cash will leave a Swedish and Danish shop empty handed...

Valentin KATASONOV | 02.06.2015


 

Civilized West and Libyan Nightmare

In 2011 the West intervened into Libya going beyond the resolution N1973 of the United Nations Security Council. A nightmare followed. Now it looks like Europe has decided to tackle the burning problem. On May 18, EU ministers agreed to launch a sea and air mission that could in its later phases destroy vessels used by human traffickers... The events unfolding inside Libya are dramatic enough. The country is partitioned into a few quasi-states...

Dmitry MININ | 29.05.2015


 

Foreign Hostages Held by the US Federal Reserve

...The end of the London Gold Fix on March 20 and the transition to a more liberal method of setting market quotations for the yellow metal will cause the price of gold to begin to soar. Undervaluing the price of gold, which has been Washington’s sub-rosa policy for decades, has made it possible to artificially maintain the dollar’s prestige and artificially inflate its exchange rate... Currently Germany and several other countries are trying to reclaim their gold from the vault of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where all the foreign gold stored in the US is amassed. However, the US does not want to part with this gold from overseas...

Valentin KATASONOV | 08.04.2015


 

Intriguing Moments of EU Russian Policy

...The anti-Russian consensus in Europe formed after the Malaysian Boeing tragedy, when the plane was hit by someone who was pursuing a very definite goal, is waning and the European Union uses murky wording to cover it up. No matter all the declarations made by officials about European and transatlantic unity, media openly discusses the split on the issue of anti-Russia sanctions... It’s too early to say there a change in EU policy looming. But, definitely, there is a need to alter the course. It’s not just the economic interests of business dealing with Russia. It’s the fate of the European project itself...

Arkady DZIUBA | 22.03.2015


 

Kiev Tramples on Minsk Agreements

Kiev refused to comply with the Package of Measures for the Implementation of the Minsk Agreements signed on February 12, 2015 and Resolution 2202 (February 17, 2015) of the United Nations Security Council which calls on the parties to implement the accords aimed at peaceful settlement in Eastern Ukraine... Ukraine relies on the United States support. In a one fell swoop the Ukrainian authorities made null and void the success achieved at the talks held in Minsk. All the peacekeeping efforts applied by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande went down the drain. I wonder what the heads of two leading European states are going to say now?

Alexander DONETSKY | 20.03.2015


 

Ukraine Denouement

The fate of Ukraine is now shifting from the military battlefield back to the arena that counts most: that of international finance. Kiev is broke, having depleted its foreign reserves on waging war that has destroyed its industrial export and coal mining capacity in the Donbass (especially vis-à-vis Russia, which normally has bought 38 percent of Ukraine’s exports). Deeply in debt (with €3 billion falling due on December 20 to Russia), Ukraine faces insolvency if the IMF and Europe do not release new loans next month to pay for new imports as well as Russian and foreign bondholders.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 17.02.2015


 

Minsk Agreement: What’s Most Important to Know

Washington was the elephant in the room in Minsk. It controls Kiev’s geopolitical agenda.  Poroshenko is a convenient stooge. An impotent front man. Installed to do what he’s told. Otherwise he’d be ousted like Yanukovych. Maybe killed by a bullet, bomb or slit throat. Coups and targeted assassinations reflect longstanding US policy.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 15.02.2015




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BOKO HARAM: its transformation into a transnational terrorist corporation

In recent years we have seen many radical organizations become internationalized - factions that once confined their operations to within defined state boundaries have been converted into transnational terrorist corporations. Of course, certainly not all radical organizations make this transition. Some, such as the Taliban, remain «domestic» entities. However, many are «suddenly» able to easily transcend the national boundaries of not only neighboring countries, but whole regions that they are able to overtake. This was the sort of transformation made by al-Qaeda and the Islamic State. We are now watching Boko Haram (BH) undergo a similar metamorphosis into a transnational «terrorist corporation»...

07.07.2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
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