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UN and Balkans: Crisis of Genre (I)

The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon started an unprecedented Balkans tour on July 20 coming straight from China. In a week – till July 26 – he’s to visit Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and the Serbian region of Kosovo unrecognized as an “independent nation” neither by Serbia, nor by Russia, as well as many other states... Since 1999 the United Nations policy in the Balkans has become a hostage of the NATO military operation against Yugoslavia that pushed it to the sidelines of regional political processes... Moreover, as the classified documents that have been made public show, it is Ban Ki-moon who was at the origin of the self-proclaimed independence of Kosovo...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 24.07.2012


 

Churchill’s Shadow in UN

In his time then Prime Minister of Great Britain Winston Churchill proved the fact that a gap between a public politician and a public call girl could be narrowed to minimum... The spiritual successors of Churchill appear to never leave the Western political kitchen. Their motto is – play a dirty trick and do it as elegantly as you can. That’s what brings indefatigable UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon into the focus of international observers attention more and more often. Just recently speaking at the final 2011 results wrap up press conference he surprised the audience with his eloquence praising those who bombed Libya... Now Ban Ki-moon turned to Syria...

Dmitriy SEDOV | 17.02.2012


 

What a Weak Creature a Human Being Is, or Ban Ki-Moon’s 2011 Year End Press Conference

There are regular cases of unchained fantasy flights among high positioned personalities of world politics. It may make you stunned and wonder at first glance. Then it becomes clear it not just visions of a troubled mind but rather well prepared speeches serving the interests of certain political elements... Now we have a medical case of a high standing official’s fantasy flights. This time it’s UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon who steps into focus...

Dmitriy SEDOV | 16.02.2012




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First Month of War in Yemen

...Saudi Arabia cannot defeat the Houthis without having boots on the ground. The Saudi allies are not chomping at the bit for deploying ground forces in Yemen. Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates have no capability to conduct large-scale ground operations. A couple of battalions would not be enough. The first month of war in Yemen showed that these states have no wish to get further embroiled in the Yemeni conflict under the banner of Saudi Kingdom. Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan continue to watch the situation creep. They are in no rush to start a direct confrontation with Iran.

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