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EU Relations with Russia Should Not Be Dictated by USA (II) (Foreign policy and security aspects)

With all the anniversaries related to security issues that were celebrated in 2015 – the 200th anniversary of the Congress of Vienna, 70 years since the creation of the UN and the IMF; and the 40 th anniversary of the Helsinki Final Act – European security remains to be a very iffy structure...

Alex GORKA | 12.01.2016


 

Ukraine Launches Process of Self-Destruction: Future Unpredictable

2015 was the year of dashed hopes and dissipated illusions for Ukraine. Some Ukrainians pinned hopes on the Maidan protests and the policy of European integration. Others cherished a dream that the political regime of homegrown fascism would suffer crushing defeat. Now it has become clear that all these hopes and aspirations have failed to materialize. The only thing that one can say with confidence is that the future of Ukraine is absolutely unpredictable...

Andrey UVAROV | 03.01.2016


 

Ankara vs. Russia: Caucasus Turns into New Battlefront

The NATO allies have flatly refused to side with Turkey in its conflict with Russia. Now Ankara is urgently looking for new opportunities to boost its influence in the region and divert the Russia’s attention making it face other «fronts». Turkey has no time to lose as the relations with Moscow may deteriorate further. It makes Ankara hastily take steps to enhance its energy security, establish a coalition of Turkic states it has been fostering for a long time and complicate the situation in the Caucasus to make Moscow face more problems there...

Dmitry MININ | 08.12.2015


 

European Security at Lowest Ebb: Time to Reverse Trend

On October 6, Luxembourg’s Prime Minister Xavier Bettel met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi. Talking about the common enemy of «terrorism and the Islamic State» in Syria, Bettel stressed that the actions against extremism should be done in close consultation and through a close collaboration between all stakeholders. «There is a common enemy in terrorism and Islamic state. We need to find common ways to fight them», he said...

Andrei AKULOV | 17.10.2015


 

The West Suppresses Report on Ukraine’s Suppression of Journalists

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 25.09.2015


 

OSCE Activities in Post-Soviet Space

The activities of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in the countries of post-Soviet space have been on the radar screen in recent months. Scandals occur in succession to attract more public spotlight each time. The OSCE present activities appear to have little to do with the goals the organization is supposed to pursue...

Andrey ARESHEV | 12.08.2015


 

Minsk Agreements and Fraudulence of Ukrainian Authorities

The settlement of local ethnic conflicts is considered to be one of the most difficult diplomatic problems. The reason for this is that reconciliation does not require the government or the armies of both sides, but the people themselves, each of which genuinely considers themselves a victim of enemy action. And sometimes it is not even enemy action, but that of another ethnic group. The conflict between Ukraine and Novorossiya is a typical example, despite the fact that the same Ukrainians, Russians, Greeks, Bulgarians and Jews living in the Donetsk and Luhansk Republics (DPR and LPR) are the same as in the rest of Ukraine...

Alexander DONETSKY | 27.07.2015


 

The Anglo-American Insanity

In a sane world, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond should be forced to quit his post in disgrace as the country’s top diplomat, following reckless remarks that Britain may henceforth site American nuclear weapons to counter the «threat from Russia». So here we have an alarming escalation of international tensions and militarism by both Washington and London – and all on the back of unproven, prejudicial words from the close Anglo-American allies, who are clearly working in tandem...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 14.06.2015


 

‘Why do they keep shooting?’ Violence spikes in E. Ukraine, OSCE blames Kiev forces

The latest OSCE mission report on the Ukrainian conflict has recorded a spike in violence, with monitors largely blaming Kiev. However, RT’s correspondent says the shooting pales in comparison to what locals went through before the Minsk deal.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 16.04.2015


 

Ukraine: A Bankrupt State and the Persecution of Senior Citizens in the Donbass

Ukrainian officials like to claim that Ukraine and Europe share the same values. One of the values that is very important to Europeans is the commitment to social rights, which is cited in the preamble to the Treaty on European Union. Also, the European Social Charter guarantees the right to equal social protections for all citizens, regardless of where they live. The Ukrainian regime has stripped at least one million retired Ukrainian citizens living in the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics of their rightful pensions. Welfare payments in the Donbass were cut off back in July 2014... 

Alexander DONETSKY | 05.04.2015




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Geneva Peace Talks Suspended: Syria Faces Further Escalation of Conflict

The Syrian opposition has stymied the UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva. Having refused a dialogue with the delegation of the Syria Arab Republic, its delegation left the talks. UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura halted the negotiation process until February 25...

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