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The United States and Afghan Heroin

In January 18, 2010, Viktor Ivanov, Chairman of the State Anti-Drug Committee and Director of Russia’s Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN), along with European Parliament member Pino Arlacchi, held a press conference at the press center of the All-Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Company. They talked about the fight against […]

US to strike Iran N-plants?

Times of India Our journal reprints today’s publication in India on the US war preparations nearby Iranian border. The facts provided below correspond to our strategic view that the window of possibilities for the Global Policeman is as narrow as never before. The US need war, desperately and urgently. The […]

Afghanistan: Two Wars

Ruslan Nadezhdin The common international viewpoint on the modern history of Afghanistan generally states that two great powers are repeatedly invading the suffering land at the very heart of Eurasia for at least 30 years (unless rolling back to XIX century). The Soviet presence there in 1979-1989 is mainly regarded […]

When the Allies Withdraw…

Ivan Safranchuk When discussing the situation in Afghanistan, the details – percentages of territory and who controls it, percentage of increases or decreases in opium poppy – do not really matter… More important is the broader regional situation. And here the only available constant is that the situation in Afghanistan […]