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Dresden and Poznan: Two Different Ways to Wage War

The Red Army and British-American forces had one enemy - the German Wehrmacht but quite often they waged different wars. The liberation of Polish city of Poznan by Red Army and the bombing of Dresden by allies – one event following another in a week - took place 70 years ago, February 1945. These examples provide a good illustration to support the point of view stated above...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 26.02.2015


 

The Coercion of Greece

The Economist’s February 6 cover displayed the Venus de Milo statue pointing a revolver, with the headline “Go ahead, Angela, make my day.” In the editors’ upside-down world, Greece is threatening Europe, or at least Germany.  Really? On Monday, February 16, European officials “handed Athens an ultimatum: Agree by Friday to continue with a bailout program or risk the funding that the country needs to avoid a default,” the New York Times reported.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 19.02.2015


 

Merkel Peace Laureate Another Bad Joke

Germans are known for their exceedingly dry humour... But, seriously, the proposed nomination of Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to some media reports, for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize has got to be a joke that will provoke much unintended mirth... Perhaps the most notorious prize winner was former American foreign secretary Henry Kissinger who was hailed a peacemaker despite overseeing criminal, genocidal wars in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia... Candidate for second most notorious peace laureate is current US President Barack Obama...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 19.02.2015


 

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


 

Does West Want Peace in Ukraine?

It has become a trend. Any time the Novorossia’s forces gain ground the West gets involved in vibrant diplomatic activities. That’s how it was in August-September 2014 and that’s what we have in February 2015. The West did its best not «to notice» hundreds of civilians dying in the Donbass when the Ukrainian army broke cease-fire to launch an offensive supported by heavy artillery. It razed to the ground populated areas but as soon as large contingents of punishers’ forces came under the threat of being eliminated, diplomatic, political and economic channels were used with an aim to influence Russia and make it convince the Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics to immediately hold their fire...

Alexander DONETSKY | 14.02.2015


 

The Illusion of Peace in Ukraine. It’s Three Minutes to Midnight

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 13.02.2015


 

American Information Weapon Used against European Politicians

Anonymous first appeared in 2003 on Internet image boards as a group of hackers espousing the freedom of speech and operating as an «anarchist global digital brain». It is an instrument or a weapon designed to be used in information warfare. It has an advantage - in many cases it is extremely hard to define who exactly used it. But there was no problem of this kind when Anonymous published a 1993 photo report of Angela Merkel visiting the youth club Elbterrassen and meeting with a bunch of skinhead and other friends, one of whom makes a Nazi salute...

Georgy VOSKRESENSKY | 13.02.2015


 

Ukraine peace deal: Ceasefire starting February 15, removal of heavy weapons

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 12.02.2015


 

Ceasefire May Spare Poroshenko From Knives Out in Kiev

A ceasefire in the Ukraine war has been brokered after marathon talks in the Belarus capital, Minsk, this week. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the breakthrough along with his German and French counterparts following 17 hours of intense negotiations that went on through the night... French President Francois Hollande said of the result: «It is a relief for Europe». But perhaps the biggest relief will be felt by Poroshenko... Poroshenko’s belated keenness for some good political news is understandable – given numerous reports that the knives are out among disgruntled paramilitary leaders that shore up the Kiev regime...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 12.02.2015




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Netanyahu’s Speech to the US Congress Really Helps the Obama against Iran

...The disagreements between the Obama Administration and Netanyahu do not signal a divide between Israel and the US. The strategic relationship between Israel and the United States is still intact. Nor does the gap between the Democratic Party and the Republican Party over Netanyahu’s March 3 speech reflect divisions between Israel and the US as much as it represents divisions among the US political establishment, specifically between the realists and the neo-conservatives...

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