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The Purpose of the Sanctions Is to Breakup Relations Between Europe and Russia

The new sanctions announced by Washington and Europe don’t seem to make much sense. I would be surprised if Russian oil and military industries were dependent on European capital markets in a meaningful way. The Russian companies should be able to secure adequate financing from Russian Banks or from the Russian government. If foreign loans are needed, Russia can borrow from China. If critical Russian industries are dependent on European capital markets, the sanctions will help Russia by forcing an end to this debilitating dependence. Russia should not be dependent on the West in any way...

Paul Craig ROBERTS | 13.09.2014


 

St. Andrew’s Flag Flown over Scotland and Donetsk

That’s the way the history goes. The St. Andrew’s flag is flown in two places in Europe situated at great distance from each other. Scotland and Novorossia are struggling for their national identity under the same colors. The two peoples divided by different history and cultures are addressing the issue of independence. They are going different ways; a peaceful referendum is to take place in Scotland while Novorossia is going through the horrors of civil war. But they are united by the same goal and its symbol – the St. Andrew flag...

Dmitry MININ | 11.09.2014


 

WWIII aimed to redraw map of Russia?

...Dmytro Sinchenko published an article on September 8, 2014 about dividing Russia. His article titled «Waiting for World War III: How the World Will Change»... Sinchenko’s article starts by talking about the history of the «Axis of Evil» phrase that the US has used to vilify its enemies. It talks about how George W. Bush Jr. coined the phrase in 2002 by grouping Iraq, Iran, and North Korea together, how John Bolton expanded the Axis of Evil to include Cuba, Libya, and Syria, how Condoleezza Rice include Belarus, Zimbabwe, and Myanmar (Burma), and then finally he proposes that Russia be added to the list as the world’s main pariah state... He goes on to accuse Russia of planning to invade the Baltic States, the Caucasus, Moldova, Finland, Poland... This fiction is not something that has been reported in the US-aligned corporate networks, but is something that has been published directly by US government-owned media. The forecast was published by the Ukrainian service of Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty... Accompanying the article are also two maps that outline the redrawn Eurasian space and the shape of the world after the destruction of Russia...

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 10.09.2014


 

Ukraine: Truce Reached, What Next?

The armistice reached by contact group on September 5 in Minsk was the first peace initiative reached in Ukraine to be accepted by all parties. It’s a very positive move but there is a slim chance the ceasefire would endure... The ceasefire was breached in Gorlovka, Makeevka and street fighting took place in Dzerzhinsk. As of midnight, Sept. 6, the Ukrainian government forces opened fire at Makeevka with dense smoke seen coming from mine N88. According to witnesses’ reports, artillery fire was heard in the Petropavlovsk district of Donetsk. The ability of Poroshenko to control «private armies» is questioned... The people of Ukraine are subject to militaristic propaganda and calls for bloodshed are heard here and there. Anti-European rhetoric is also getting stronger along with the calls for making short work of «Kremlin’s agents» and «traitors». On September 5 protesters in Kiev demanded to stop the transit of Russian gas to Europe...

Olga SHEDROVA | 08.09.2014


 

NATO Summit: Look at Results

The NATO Wales summit is an important event for the relationship between Russia and the West. It wound up with controversial results... Now what we have? The United States finds it more difficult to make NATO take the desired decisions. There is a wide gap between the US and Europe’s interests. The crisis in Ukraine has become an acid test. It does not mean America will not meddle into Ukraine, especially as Obama comes under Republican pressure. The United States will be looking for other ways to interfere along with loyal allies and some post-Soviet states – Georgia and Moldova. The Islamists should not be turned a blind eye on. The Islamic factor will be used against Russia in Crimea and the Caucasus...

Arkady DZIUBA | 08.09.2014


 

The West Paves The Road To War With Lies — Paul Craig Roberts

Official statements from the Russian government indicate that the president and foreign minister continue to rely on the good will of “our Western partners” to work out a reasonable diplomatic solution to the trouble in Ukraine caused by Washington. Not only is there no evidence of this good will in Western capitals, the hostile measures against Russia are increasing. Moreover, hostile measures are on the rise even though their main effect is to disadvantage Europe.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 07.09.2014


 

NATO Summit: “Global Police Force” and “Readiness Action Plan” against Russia

NATO warlords concluded two days of meetings and related activities. Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said a Readiness Action Plan was agreed on.”

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 07.09.2014


 

NATO Sabotage on Order for Ukraine Ceasefire

The ceasefire was announced last Friday in the Belarus capital of Minsk after earnest discussions between the Trilateral Contact Group of Kiev envoys, independence leaders, and the Russian government. The deal was brokered by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and was given impetus by a seven-point peace plan drawn up by Russian President Vladimir Putin... The crucial factor, however, for a viable political settlement is how the United States and European Union respond. Unfortunately, that factor does not bode well...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 07.09.2014


 

NATO Wales Summit Heightens Tensions Pouring More Fuel on Fire (II)

...The US is burdened with the heavy load of public debt. Europe is actually in recession with immense economic difficulties to face. The Alliance is not unanimous on key issues. The Islamic State is at the door. This is a real, not an imaginary threat. These are not the best times for confronting Russia which has not done anything to threaten the organization and has been adhering to the Founding Act provisions. Overstretching will hardly help NATO become more efficient addressing real security challenges, but it will certainly reduce living standards of grassroots and make them less secure.

Andrei AKULOV | 06.09.2014


 

NATO Wales Summit Heightens Tensions Pouring More Fuel on Fire (I)

The NATO September 4-5 summit in Wales attended by heads of government, another 180 VIPs, and 4,000 delegates and officials leaders and senior ministers from around 60 other countries is over as the Alliance draws down from its longest ever mission in Afghanistan and against a backdrop of instability in Ukraine. Initially convened as a largely ceremonial event to mark the end of international involvement in Afghanistan, the forum addressed a host of security issues with key topics including the relations with Russia and the situation in Ukraine, the escalating Islamic State crisis across Iraq and Syria, the threat posed by foreign fighters returning from the Middle East conflicts...

Andrei AKULOV | 06.09.2014




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Ukraine: Donbass Becomes Special Status Territory

The Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada at a closed meeting on Tuesday, September 16, adopted a presidential law on the introduction of a special order of government in some districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions for a period of three years. On September 18 President Petro Poroshenko is to visit the United States of America. He will meet President Barack Obama, address the both houses of Congress and discuss the aid package to Ukraine at the Atlantic Council. All his steps taken now, including the cease-fire and the agreement to freeze the Donbass conflict for three years at the time the US starts a new war in the Middle East, are not impromptu decisions but rather well thought over actions coordinated with Washington.  

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