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Who is fueling hysteria around Charlie Hebdo?

13. January 2015

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Who is fueling hysteria around Charlie Hebdo?

Along with the sweeping hysteria that has engulfed the world after the terrorist shooting at the editorial office of the prophane French magazine Charlie Hebdo, there is also a Nous ne sommes pas Charlie (“We Are Not Charlie”) movement that is now gaining ground in France: “In truth, who are the real suicide bombers in […]

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31. January 2015

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Separating the Multipolar from the R&D States

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Separating the Multipolar from the R&D States

Please read “Modi’s Game And The True Meaning Of Multipolarity” beforehand for context. After having explored India’s close ties with both Russia and the US, the two primary rivals in the ‘New Cold War’, one may be left wondering how the country can balance between them. After how, how can Modi rectify the seemingly contradictory […]

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31. January 2015

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Modi’s game and the true meaning of multipolarity

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Modi’s game and the true meaning of multipolarity

The personal chemistry on display between Obama and Modi and the strength of their symbolic statements about the other have left many scratching their heads about the political game that the Indian Prime Minister is playing. It’s all rather simple, really, since India has historically been an archetypical multipolar state that works with all players […]

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31. January 2015

From The History of Anti-Russian Policy: The First Balkan Alliance (1866−1868)

By Vladislav B. SOTIROVIĆ (Serbia)

From The History of Anti-Russian Policy: The First Balkan Alliance (1866−1868)

The creation of the First Balkan Alliance against the Ottoman Empire in 1866–1868 in the light of territorial requirements of the Balkan states and nations at the expense of the decreasing power of the Ottoman authorities and the Ottoman state integration was the first political-military treaty on the mutual cooperation by the Christian Balkan states […]

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29. January 2015

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Ukraine’s Government Is Losing Its War. Here Is Why!

By Eric ZUESSE (USA)

Ukraine’s Government Is Losing Its War. Here Is Why!

On January 27th, Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense headlined “Militants Continue to Suffer Losses,” and reported that four helicopters, and other weapons of the “militants,” were destroyed in battle, but no evidence was given to support the assertion. Just two days prior, the (also pro-Government) Kiev Post had, in fact, bannered “Ukraine Hides Devastating Losses as Russia-Backed Fighters Surge Forward,” and reported “Ukraine’s […]

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29. January 2015

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Countering the NATO propaganda on Russia (III)

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

Countering the NATO propaganda on Russia (III)

Part I Part II A follow-up of Professor Vladimir Kozin’s comments on NATO’s Fact Sheet about relations with Russia published in December 2014. The topics to be covered in this part: NATO is a threat to Russia; NATO missile defence is targeted at Russia; The accession of new Allies to NATO threatens Russia. NATO is […]

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29. January 2015

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NATO legions in Ukraine

By Maria LISITSKAYA (Russia)

NATO legions in Ukraine

The Russian president’s statement about the “NATO legions” fighting in Ukraine has prompted serious howls to erupt all over the world. The masters of that legion have also responded. So let’s check the facts and decide whether or not the Ukrainian army is in fact a legion of NATO. To begin with, let’s think about […]

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28. January 2015

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Ukraine is plundering its own museums on the way to Europe

By Victor LIPNITSKY (Ukraine), Urmas ECKHOLM (Finland)

Ukraine is plundering its own museums on the way to Europe

The looting of museums and the private collections of well-heeled fellow citizens seems to be an inevitable byproduct of all revolutions. The rebels Robespierre and Cromwell did so in the name of revolution, and during the fighting in the Middle East, hundreds of rare items have vanished from the national museums in Cairo and Baghdad […]

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28. January 2015

Europe Between Kosovization and Jihadization

By Vladislav B. SOTIROVIĆ (Serbia)

Europe Between Kosovization and Jihadization

Today the Old (dying out) Continent is under multi-faced crises pressure some of them having older roots but the others are product of current political decisions and moves by the European decision makers (and those who are behind them across the Ocean). The European oldest and mostly painful crisis-problem is a biological declination of the […]

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27. January 2015

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The Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership Strikes Israel

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

The Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership Strikes Israel

Please read “Israel And The Multipolar Bag Of TRICs” beforehand for context With Turkey and India’s interactions with Israel out of the way, it’s now appropriate to focus solely on the intersection of Russian-Israeli-Chinese relations, no matter how unwilling of a participant Israel may be to this trilateral arrangement. As explained above, Israel is under […]

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27. January 2015

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Israel And The Multipolar Bag Of TRICs

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Israel And The Multipolar Bag Of TRICs

Israel is stereotypically thought of as a country that interacts mainly with the Western unipolar world (reinforced in part due to the country’s own unipolar attitude in the Mideast), but such an image isn’t entirely accurate. Although one may not realize it because of the mainstream media blackout on the topic, the multipolar-oriented states of […]

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26. January 2015

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Who was shelling the city of Mariupol?

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

Who was shelling the city of Mariupol?

According to the Ministry of Defence of the Donetsk People’s Republic, the Ukranian Army has misinterpreted the column of its own 18th Batallion of the 28th Mechanized Brigade moving very close to Mariupol January 24th, 2015 as if it belonged to ‘separatists’ or de jure the DPR freedom fighters, and shelled it from the Stary […]

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26. January 2015

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The Case For Bringing Syria Into The SCO

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

The Case For Bringing Syria Into The SCO

Syria is ground-zero in the battle between the Resistant & Defiant (R&D) multipolar states and the unipolar world, and the resolution of the conflict would therefore have enormous implications for both sides. Thus far, however, the only R&D states that have been offering substantial support to Damascus in its war on terror have been Russia […]

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