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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


 

Seif al-Islam Gaddafi and the Fight behind the Scene over His Fate

The legal proceedings against Seif al-Islam, the son of Muammar Gaddafi, have developed into an unusual situation, that has had no precedents in the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) history.  The matter is that the Court itself is exerting efforts to destroy the case so that the accused would never have to face it...There is ground to believe that some kind of clash  between two opposing forces took place inside the Court. One of the forces had never made itself known before…

Alexander MEZYAEV | 12.05.2012


 

Liberian President Charles Taylor’s Conviction: Holiday Sacrifice

On April 26 the Special Court for Sierra Leone found former President of Liberia Charles Taylor guilty of international war crimes committed on the territory of a neighboring state – Sierra Leone during the civil war of 1991-1997. He was the first former head of state to be convicted by an international court since the Nuremberg... The Taylor’s process has proved the Sierra Leone civil war was not an internal affair of the country. And Liberia was not the only state to be involved. It became known during trial deliberations that the USA and Nigeria (Olusegun Obasanjo) jointly conducted an operation to remove Taylor from political scene. He was promised asylum and immunity from prosecution in case he voluntarily resigned. He was arrested afterwards...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 28.04.2012


 

Who the International Criminal Court Is Really Created for?

Not long ago the International Criminal Court (ICC) handed down a noteworthy ruling... The decision exposes the real essence of the ICC as an instrument of global hegemony reflected in grandiloquent legal form... Any state that doesn’t cooperate with the ICC is to be punished. As I see it, the ICC goes far beyond international law and even its own Statute... Formally the court decision is taken on Malawi and Chad, but it can also be taken against any country that is not a signatory to Statute. Russia, for instance!..

Alexander MEZYAEV | 13.04.2012


 

Russia’s Anthem in Belgrade

Nine years have passed on February 25 since the day the leader of Serbian Radical Party Vojislav Seselj, a professor of Belgrade University law faculty, came to the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia of his own will to disclaim charges of committing international crimes brought against him. What has happened during this period of time is startling in a lot of ways... The most startling about it is that the West has failed to eliminate the Serbian Radical Party during these years, it still remains one of leading political forces confronting globalism. And not in the Balkans only. The grandiose meeting that took place in Belgrade on February 25 was a clear evidence it’s true...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 27.02.2012




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The Aggressive Feminine Face of U.S. Diplomacy

The United States is represented in the UN by Samantha Power, who recently has been shocking diplomats with her hysterical retorts, unpredictable behavior and invective from the podium of the world's main international organization. The lady who has been nicknamed Obama's «humanitarian hawk» is in such a rage over the impotence of the U.S. in Ukraine that occasionally she spouts total nonsense: that Russia has no right to forget that it is the loser, not the winner, that Moscow's behavior is outrageous because by blackmailing the U.S. with nuclear weapons, Moscow is humiliating America, etc...

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