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The Destruction of Chemical Weapons in Syria: The Different Approaches of Russia and the US

...It is impossible not to notice the White House’s painful attitude towards the leading role being played by Russia in Syria’s chemical disarmament. According to a number of congressmen, Obama’s administration is too dependent on Moscow on this issue... Moscow is strictly observing the allocation of responsibilities approved by the international community: it is the Syrian government’s responsibility to transport the chemical weapons to Latakia; while Russia and China, whose ships have already exported dangerous materials south of the Apennine Peninsula and are ready for the next voyage, are to ensure the safety of the operation in Syrian territorial waters...

Nikolai BOBKIN | 08.02.2014


 

Syria: Strike Probability Increases as Chemical Disarmament Proceeds

...The process of Syria’s chemical weapons elimination is making headway fully in accordance with the plan worked out by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The United Nations Secretary General said the Geneva-2 talks are to kick off on January 22 (8). The fact that the plan is being successfully implemented evokes fury among those, who, as before, rely exclusively on the use of force and toppling the SyriPresident as the ways to solve the issue...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 12.12.2013


 

The OPCW wins Nobel by default

...The high probability is that Obama may not launch a military attack on Syria. The main reason for that is the strong aversion to wars in the American public opinion. That in turn poses a moral challenge to the Nobel committee in Stockholm: Isn’t it about time the Peace Prize is awarded to the anti-war American lobby that has finally succeeded in creating such a compelling public opinion that the US political establishment is forced to pay heed to? The time may have come to honor Noam Chomsky.

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 14.10.2013




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US Targets Russia and China with North Korea Pretext

The North Korean state is routinely mocked in the West for engaging in hyperbole and bombast. Ironically, the Western reaction to its latest satellite launch is a carnival of knee-jerk hysteria and hyperbole. But all the bluster has conveniently given Washington an opportunity to proceed with its global missile shield plans. That is far more destabilizing to international security than any alleged North Korean violation...

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