United States

Washington’s «Civil Society» and CIA Financing of Chechen and Other Caucasus Regional Terrorists

Through a myriad of «civil society» organizations, the United States has been financing Chechen groups inside the autonomous republic, in Russia, and abroad. However, large portions of U.S. assistance money has «bled» over to support Chechen and other North Caucasus terrorist groups, which the U.S. State Department and U.S. intelligence […]

Boston Bombers: Cherished to Kill

A week ago the US public discovered that the Russians were fighting terrorism in Chechnya. Mass hysterics and righteous indignation over a commonplace criminal episode which would hardly draw as much attention if happened somewhere in Makhachkala, have somewhat shaded the fact that brothers Tsarnaev are the natural by-product of […]

Boomerang Effect

Those who are acquainted with the life in the United States have no doubt that the Big American Show is on. The perpetrators of the Boston tragedy are known. According to official reports, they are the Tsarnaev brothers of Chechen origin. It’s a long time they live in the United […]

Xinjiang in Focus of US Foreign Policy

The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region is the western edge of China (Xinjiang means the new frontier in Chinese). It borders on Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Mongolia and the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. 9 million Uyghurs (Sunni Muslims) make up 45% of the total population of the Region. […]