Clash of economic interests

THE BRICS NATIONS CHALLENGE THE WEST?
The fourth BRICS summit getting together Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was held on March 28-29 in New Delhi. No matter it didn’t last long one can say with confidence it has resulted in substantial achievements. In any case it’s obvious the leaders of the member countries had no intention to confine themselves to purely symbolic resolutions, so the outcome of event looks quite telling.

 

Geopolitics

USELESS MISSILE DEFENSE «SECRETS». WHAT’S BEHIND ANOTHER US «GOOD WILL GESTURE?»
The US national missile defense, especially its European component, is one of the major irritants in the Russia — US bilateral relations. The USA insists it is created to counter the threat coming from Iran and North Korea. Russia says geography, physics laws, and irrefutable facts clearly indicate the system is aimed at Russia not Iran. It makes its legitimate concern justified.

 

History debates

OPERATION NORTHWOODS: HAVE THE CIA AND PENTAGON PLANNED TERRORIST ACTS ON THE US SOIL?
It’s hard to believe nowadays. According the US law the archives can be declassified after 50 years. The documents related to Northwood operation, that never took place, were made public after this period of time. Reading it either gets one shocked or makes smile unbelievingly. It was exactly 50 years ago the CIA together with the Joint Chiefs of Staff were planning an attack against their own country. On March 13 1962 then Defense Secretary Robert McNamara submitted the plan to President John Kennedy for approval.

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CRISIS AND TOLERANCE: Does Europe have enough money to pay immigrants their welfare?
Recently a group of Swiss-residing Muslim lawyers demanded to...change the flag of a country they’d moved into. After a profound consideration of state symbols of a country that hosted them Turkish, Albanian and Bosnian migrants discovered an "unpleasant" detail. This is namely the cross displayed at the Swiss flag that "insults the memory of believers" and "reminds of the Crusades".

 

WHAT DO OBAMA AND SARKOZY HAVE IN COMMON?
Who of these Presidents is better off three months before the election year ends? Is it Sarkozy — not particularly popular, but featuring a reputation of a steady leader, navigating the country through the crisis? Or is it Obama, whose lifestyle and behavior cause no contempt among his compatriots, but whose authority in the matters of American economics and foreign policy is growing all the more dubious?

 

THE BRICS NATIONS CHALLENGE THE WEST?
The fourth BRICS summit getting together Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was held on March 28-29 in New Delhi. No matter it didn’t last long one can say with confidence it has resulted in substantial achievements. In any case it’s obvious the leaders of the member countries had no intention to confine themselves to purely symbolic resolutions, so the outcome of event looks quite telling.

 

AXIOMS OF GEOPOLITICAL EXPERIENCE. Part I. Greater Caucasus at the Great Chessboard
Greater Caucasus has never been a politically-geographical line, but rather a "courtyard" of nations and cultures. Border of the Russian Federation that was established in 1991 and came through the main range of Greater Caucasus cannot be stable, which the events to follow have surely proved.

 

BASHAR ASSAD’S ODDS. No unity as used to be in "Friends of Syria" ranks
It was in Cairo where a Saudi prince made public the sensational news about the existence of Qatar — Israel conspiracy. He came there to express protest concerning the decision of the king of Saudi Arabia to appoint Saudi Amir (Prince) Nayef bin Abdul Aziz an heir to the throne bypassing his five older brothers, including Amir Talal. So President Assad gets one more ace — the growing tension in the states that have played the most important role in all Arab revolutions until now.

 

Conspirology

"NUCLEAR CALIPHATE" ON THE AGENDA OF THE DAY. Death of Sultan bin Abdul Aziz al-Saudi and the intrigues about the Saudi throne
The most likely contender for the throne, Nayef bin Abdel-Aziz al Saud, is a hardcore adherent of the Saudi hegemony. His coming to power will accelerate the creation of a "new Caliphate" founded upon the GCC, including Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Saudi Arabia. Moreover, this union will be expanded on the account of Jordan and Morocco. It goes without saying that Nayef will attempt to give the GCC nuclear program a kick-start, although proceeding from what we already know, it’s clear that in a year (two at most) we’re to hear the official statement that the "new Caliphate" disposes nuclear weapon.

 

 

 

 

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