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Dealing With the Bosnian Conundrum
World
Dealing With the Bosnian Conundrum
February 7, 2021

The stage is being set in the Republic of Srpska for what in Texas they call a double whammy.

The Facts About Crimea Should Be Recognised. And So Should Crimea
April 14, 2020

All that the West needs to do is quietly accept the status of Crimea and remove anti-Russia sanctions without fanfare.

The Facts About Crimea Should Be Recognised. And So Should Crimea
History
Attacking Russia: Another Provocation Launched by US-led Group of OSCE Members
Security
Attacking Russia: Another Provocation Launched by US-led Group of OSCE Members
November 6, 2018

The Moscow Mechanism is being invoked to divert attention from serious and pressing problems that are beyond what the OSCE or any other Western-dominated institution can manage.

OSCE 45 Years On: Time to Regain Prominence
July 9, 2018

The turbulent times dictate the need for the OSCE’s notable comeback to turn the tide and strengthen European security.

OSCE 45 Years On: Time to Regain Prominence
World
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Russia’s UN Peacekeeper Plan Anticipates US-Backed Kiev Offensive
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Russia’s UN Peacekeeper Plan Anticipates US-Backed Kiev Offensive
September 10, 2017

Russia’s proposed deployment of a UN peacekeeping force in eastern Ukraine makes sense in the light of recent reports that the US is stepping up its supply of lethal weaponry to the Kiev regime. The war is set to explode. 

Sixteen European States Led by Germany Want Arms Control Agreement With Russia
November 28, 2016

Fifteen European states have supported Germany’s initiative to launch discussions with Russia on a new arms control agreement. «Europe's security is in danger», German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told Die Welt newspaper in an interview published on November 25. «As difficult as ties to Russia may currently be, we need more dialogue, not less»…

Sixteen European States Led by Germany Want Arms Control Agreement With Russia
World
US Gives Another Reason to Believe Its Democracy Is Deeply Flawed
World
US Gives Another Reason to Believe Its Democracy Is Deeply Flawed
October 23, 2016

The US has delivered another heavy blow against the Russia-American US relationship. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on October 22 that Moscow finds unacceptable the US warning of criminal charges to be brought against Russian diplomats if they appear at polling stations to get acquainted with US election process on November 8…

Why Pope’s Meeting with NATO’s Stoltenberg Was So Intriguing
October 22, 2016

When Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of the US-NATO military alliance went to see the Pope on October 13 there were some observers unkind enough to express surprise that Mr Stoltenberg could spare the time for such an appointment; but all was made clear when it was announced that the call was made in the sidelines of his visit to Rome to celebrate the establishment anniversary of the NATO Defence College, an institution that has contributed generously to the Italian economy.

Why Pope’s Meeting with NATO’s Stoltenberg Was So Intriguing
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