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Muhammadu Buhari - Nigeria’s New President

On April 1, the election commission of the Federal Republic of Nigeria - a country with vast mineral wealth and a population of 185 million - announced that a new president had been elected, a professional soldier named General Muhammadu Buhari... Buhari’s foreign policy is notable for its proposal to «establish a special relationship» with the BRICS countries, particularly with Russia. The new president also plans to complete the creation of a free-trade zone - the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) - and to introduce a common currency in those nations...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 04.04.2015


 

Will Africa Leave International Criminal Court?

...Talking at the final session of the African Union summit, the new African Union chairman Robert Mugabe has recommended that Africa must pull out of the International Criminal Court. «What the West will say or do is not my business», he added. The withdrawal from the International Criminal Court has already been included into the official agenda of the African Union summit to be held in June this year.

Alexander MEZYAEV | 24.02.2015


 

International Criminal Court Challenging Russia

Formally international criminal tribunals have been set up to hold accountable those who carry primary responsibility for perpetrating international crimes. In fact it is nothing but eyewash. The real purpose was to do away with state leaders who have been fallen out of favor... That’s what has taken place in the cases of Slobodan Milosevic, the President of Yugoslavia, Laurent Gbagbo, the President of Côte d'Ivoire, Jean Kambanda, the Prime Minister of Rwanda, Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir, the President of Sudan, Muammar Gaddafi, the leader of Libyan revolution, Radovan Karadžić, the President of Republika Srpska... The event that took place on December 2, 2014 served as a warning of imminent attack against Russia prepared by the so-called international justice... 

Alexander MEZYAEV | 15.12.2014


 

Ukraine vs. Russia in the International Courts

In mid-April the secretary of the International Criminal Court (ICC) reported that the Government of Ukraine had lodged a declaration accepting its jurisdiction over alleged crimes committed on its territory from November 21, 2013 to February 22, 2014. Several days later, the Prosecutor of the ICC, F. Bensouda, decided to open a preliminary examination into the situation in Ukraine. In connection with this a number of important international law issues have arisen... In this case the collection of lawyers called the "International Criminal Court" refuse point blank to see that those who call themselves the government of Ukraine are nothing of the sort. That is, the ICC has become a party in the conflict in Ukraine. This fact deprives the institution of all signs of independence and impartiality...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 08.05.2014


 

Mali: Africa's Fight with the International Community

After the world media drew global attention to events in the Republic of Mali at the beginning of this year, everyone just as quickly «forgot» this Western African country, with its population of 15 million and several hundred thousand refugees and internally displaced persons. Nevertheless, while the intensity of the war in Mali has lessened, the war itself is far from over... The «international community» does not plan to leave Africa; a real solution to security issues on the African continent would threaten its control of African resources...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 18.11.2013


 

Central Africa: Concept of «Failed State» to Cover International Crimes

...The «failed state» concept has been given a boost to be advanced recently. By and large, it has become a kind of pattern to introduce outside rule in the states of Africa. Somalia, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Guiney-Bissau, Mali, now the Central African Republic – they are all the examples of creating political offshores as safe havens for international criminal organizations, including terrorist groups. The Central African coup actually took place right after the mopping up operation against the Al Qaeda forces in Mali. Now the elimination of one political offshore haven will automatically trigger the creation of another one...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 11.09.2013


 

Syria and International Crime Court. New Phase of Military and Diplomatic Stand-Off

The situation in Syria is evolving according to the most unfavorable scenario. The opposition has met the President Bashar Assad’s proposals for peaceful resolution of the crisis with Aleppo University bomb attacks. A new diplomatic provocation against Russia is in the works in response to its diplomatic efforts aimed at finding ways for peaceful crisis management. On January 14, 2013 Switzerland asked the United Nations Security Council to refer Syria to the International Criminal Court (ICC), which prosecutes people for genocide and war crimes. It had applied great effort to make 54 more states join the moveю...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 21.01.2013


 

DRC and ICC: New Developments

On 17 th August 2012 counsel for several Rwandan and Congolese (DRC) political and civil organizations, delivered a complaint to the Prosecutor of the ICC concerning crimes allegedly committed by the current President of Rwanda Paul Kagame which are within the jurisdiction of the ICC... Kagame is an example of an American supported leader whose crimes go unpunished because he is useful to them and because they are party to his crimes. The Prosecutors of the ICTR have wasted 17 years protecting Kagame from his responsibility for the crimes he and his forces committed in Rwanda in 1994. The consequence has been a continuation of those crimes into the Congo, drowning the Great Lakes region of Africa in blood...

Cristopher C.BLACK, Alexander MEZYAEV | 26.08.2012


 

Mali as Part of “Global Elite” Games

How could the Mali situation be assessed in the global context?  One or another solution of the “problem of Mali” defines the stability in the whole Africa. The Tuaregs reside in Algiers, Mauritania, Libya, Burkina-Faso and other adjacent countries. An ECOWAS intervention in Mali may not only cause the process of the Tuareg national unification, it may spark rebellion of “native” Tuaregs in the countries contributing troops for the operation (first of all Niger). It means a rescue operation in Mali may generate explosions in a number of African states at once!..The goal of terror organizations operating in the northern Mali is creation of command and coordinating structures for the terrorist network  activities encompassing the whole Africa.  

Alexander MEZYAEV | 20.07.2012


 

Making Faces by «International Justice»

A new International crime tribunal with an abstruse name - International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (MomUT), started to function since July 2. It took on the functions of International Tribunal for Rwanda. In July next year it will replace the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The creation of MomUT is a triumph of another international trickery...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 04.07.2012




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Elbe Meeting: 70 Years After

...The Elbe meeting of comrades-in-arms fighting the same enemy was a historic event. But differences remained. They became more visible as the end of war was approaching... Thousands of Russian soldiers were shedding blood near Berlin to bring closer the end of war and save lives of US and British servicemen. At the very same time Winston Churchill gave an order to work out a plan of war against the Soviet Union (Operation Unthinkable) to impose on Moscow the will of the United States and the British Empire! The Red Army’s ally held a stone inside his shirt...

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