The so-called ‘Arab spring’, which started as a wave of anti-government riots in Tunisia and Egypt, is now developing in full accordance with the US scenario, its main aim being to reshape the geopolitics, which the Bush administration once described as ‘Greater Middle East’ plan… Emphasis is made on maintaining […]
Tag: 2011 Middle East North Africa protests
The Pentagon and its NATO partners are engaged in one of the most obvious and intensive propaganda ploys in their military operations against Libya since the days leading up to the “Coalition of the Willing” attack on Iraq. Suggestions that the government of Muammar Qaddafi is on its last legs […]
We are publishing exclusive translation of an article by Sergey Israpilov, a Russian expert based in Dagestan (North Caucasus), on the threatening sociopolitical trends in Islamic world. Originally issued in Russian almost a year ago, the article has acquired new reading and complimentary grounds after the 2010-2011 North Africa and […]
The situation of the West, especially of the United States, has been getting worse on the world scene in recent weeks. The United States has been swept by the most powerful demonstrations of protest since early this century, with socio-economic demands chanted together with the slogan: “Down with the Dictatorship […]
We can, of course, find our own objective social and economic causes for any given process. Various analysts have already identified a great number for the so-called “Arab revolutions.” However, if we view the situation from a global standpoint, we see that the further things progress the clearer their anti-China […]
It will take time to really grasp the significance of the uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, and other Arab countries, but at least one thing is already clear: the younger generation played the key role in the developments. Fairly similar discontent is brewing in the Western hemisphere, the question being which […]
These events in Lybia of March 2011 have disclosed a hidden link between ‘Islamic radicals’ and global elites.