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Non-Western Financial Markets and Russia: New Opportunities

The shift in Russia’s economic policy toward the nations of the East is creating brand new opportunities in terms of access to direct investment, investment loans, and other sources of financing. This approach is entirely in keeping with the recommendations from the recent summit of the heads of states and governments of the BRICS countries (held in Ufa July 8-10), including the suggestion that multilateral cooperation be expanded by providing access to sources of funding from the countries that are part of this group...

Alexei BALIEV | 29.07.2015


 

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 Geopolitical Big Bang You Probably Don’t See Coming

Let’s start with the geopolitical Big Bang you know nothing about, the one that occurred just two weeks ago. Here are its results: From now on, any possible  future attack  on Iran threatened by the Pentagon (in conjunction with NATO) would essentially be an assault on the planning of an interlocking set of organizations—the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa), the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), the new Chinese-founded Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), and the BRICS’ New Development Bank (NDB) - whose acronyms you’re also unlikely to recognize. Still, they represent an emerging new order in Eurasia.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 25.07.2015


 

Rapid Trident joint exercise will frustrate NATO’s aims, not further them

Ukrainian and US troops on Monday launched a military drill involving 1,800 soldiers, mostly from NATO allied nations, near the war-torn country's Polish border. Rapid Trident, lasting for two weeks, is the largest multi-national drill held in Ukraine. 

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 24.07.2015


 

‘UK exaggerates Russian threat to boost defense budget’

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 23.07.2015


 

Bulgaria: Implications of Anti-Russian Policy

The Greek debt crisis and Ukraine moving to the brink of collapse are the issues in the limelight. Bulgaria is given less attention to even though this country may soon become another headache for Europe. The Bulgarian government is loyal to the United States but it may turn into a weak link among the East European allies who greatly depend on Washington...

Dmitry MININ | 23.07.2015


 

Canadian election won’t change Ottawa’s Middle East, Russia policies

Regardless of the outcome of Canada’s parliamentary election in October, Canada’s relations with the Arab and Muslim worlds, as well as with Russia, will change little...

Wayne MADSEN | 23.07.2015


 

Iran Deal: Implications and Lessons to Draw

Now that an agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue has been reached, attention is turning to how it will affect the region and the world...

Andrei AKULOV | 21.07.2015


 

Final Iran Deal Reached: Russia’s Perspective Circumstances

The final deal has been reached after three weeks of continuous efforts as the negotiation process developed in Vienna. Five United Nations Security Council permanent members, Germany and Iran concluded a final agreement. The 100-page document contains technical and legal details. This is an event of global importance, a bright example of great powers’ cooperation – something that has happened so seldom recently...

Nikolai BOBKIN | 19.07.2015


 

The US Was Forced to Negotiate with Iran Because of Changing Global Circumstances

Speaking from Charlottesville, US celebrity billionaire and presidential hopeful Donald Trump lamented that US President Barack Obama «dealt from desperation» while drafting a final nuclear agreement with Iran in Vienna. Trump had it partially right, but he also had it partially wrong too. It was not that the Obama Administration was desperate per se as Trump lambasted. It is that the United States of America is in decline as the foremost power of the world, which is what forced the US government to sit at the negotiating table with the Iranian government...

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 19.07.2015




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NATO Winds Up Emergency Meeting on Plans to Bolster Turkey’s Security

Amid rising tensions following the air strikes launched by Ankara against Kurdish fighters as well as the Islamic State (IS), and warnings of a civil war breaking out in Turkey, an emergency NATO’s Council meeting took place on July 28 in Brussels under Article 4 of the alliance’s founding treaty to gauge the threat the Islamic State extremist group poses to Turkey, and the actions Turkish authorities are taking in response...

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