Archive for the ‘Kavkaz Press’ Category

Iran and EU face tough nuclear talks

Thursday, November 29, 2007 Comments Off

Chances of a breakthrough appear slim when Iran’s main nuclear negotiator meets Europe’s top diplomat on Friday in a last effort to avert tougher sanctions over Tehran’s disputed atomic program.

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Russia seeks formal arms treaty to replace START

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 Comments Off

Russia said on Wednesday the landmark Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) must be replaced with a formal, binding pact when it expires in 2009 and not the informal arrangement that the United States proposes.

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Russia raps U.S. missile shield proposals

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 Comments Off

Russia’s top general said on Wednesday compromise proposals Washington has offered to Moscow on its planned missile defense shield were not constructive, local news agencies reported.

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Putin puts nationalists in shade for vote

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 Comments Off

The party that for a decade has entertained Russians with its brand of anti-Western nationalism is expected to struggle in this Sunday’s parliamentary election.

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«Спасение только в сепаратизме: сибирском, ростовском, уральском, питерском»

Tuesday, November 27, 2007 Comments Off

По всей кровавой империи ширится сепаратистское движение под лозунгом — «Смерь кровавой чекистской России!».   Русскоговорящие оккупанты в ужасе, они не знают, что

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Dagestan: Russia’s eternal problem

Sunday, November 25, 2007 Comments Off

During the last few years, all of the ethnic republics of the Northern Caucasus – Dagestan, Chechnya, Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Karachaevo-Cherkessia and Adygeia – have undergone changes in their leadership.

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Wretched Russian conscripts

Tuesday, November 20, 2007 Comments Off

Throughout the history of modern warfare it is difficult to imagine a more wretched existence than the lot of the common Russian infantryman. From the Napoleonic wars to the Second World War, Russian commanders have taken the view that their soldiers are little better than cannon fodder whose survival is the least of their concerns […]

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Accepting the Challenge – is Georgia thinking of war?

Tuesday, November 20, 2007 Comments Off

As Russia deployed additional troops to the Abkhazian conflict zone, Tbilisi has tossed around war rhetoric about Abkhazia. Georgia asserts that Russia has stationed dozens of armor and artillery systems in the territory of Abkhazia and posted 200 land troops in Ochamchire.

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Ukraine implicated in CIA renditions

Thursday, November 15, 2007 Comments Off

An EU investigator said Wednesday he has evidence to suggest that a Ukrainian airstrip was used by CIA-operated planes involved in the U.S. extraordinary rendition program.

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Proclamarea independenţei Kosovo va destabiliza Serbia

Monday, November 5, 2007 Comments Off

Serbia riscă să intre în criză şi s-ar putea confrunta cu violenţe dacă albanezii din Kosovo proclamă unilateral

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Chechens ‘spontaneously’ rally for a third Putin term

Tuesday, October 30, 2007 Comments Off

Demonstrations in support of a third term for President Vladimir Putin were held across Russia, including Chechnya, on October 24. As Kommersant noted on October 25, while both the Kremlin and the pro-Kremlin United Russia party claimed the demonstrations were spontaneous actions “from below,” members of Russia’s political opposition claim they were organized “from above” […]

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ВАШИНГТОН. Белый дом еще раз предупредил Россию о поставках Ирану вооружений

Saturday, October 27, 2007 Comments Off

 дом еще раз предупредил Россию о поставках Ирану вооружений

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Towards Replacing Vacuums of International Law, Possible New Laws Governing the Global System

Monday, October 8, 2007 Comments Off

The new challenges to international security reveal themselves on today’s international scene, representing major elements of the new logic that establishes international order: they transform the security environment, redefine international relations and succeed to influence the way be perceive global peace, individual liberties and every day life.  

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Fears of “Second Chechnya”

Tuesday, October 2, 2007 Comments Off

The scene at the entrance to Ingushetia’s second-largest town Karabulak is menacing. The traffic checkpoint has been reinforced and is now manned by federal troops in armoured vehicles.

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Caucazul, spatiu geopolitic in disputa

Wednesday, July 18, 2007 Comments Off

Interesele geopolitice şi strategice în Caucaz: interesele Rusiei, Iranului, Turciei, SUA, NATO, UE.                          Studiul asupra zonei Caucazului, de altfel foarte bogat în bibliografie şi în relatări de tot felul, arată interesul pentru această zonă geografică, probabil cea mai interesantă din lume, care are un potenţial economic uriaş.

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Caucazul in contextul geopolitic euroasiatic

Wednesday, July 18, 2007 Comments Off

Scurtă istorie a Caucazului. Caucazul între geopolitica rivalităţii ÅŸi noul regionalism. Caucazul secolului XX Caucazul secolului XXI Structura geopolitică ÅŸi geoeconomică  a Caucazului Scurtă istorie a Caucazului.            Istoria Caucazului modern începe în secolul al XVI-lea, o dată cu intrarea Rusiei în acest spaÅ£iu. ÃŽn anul 1850 generalul Rostilaev Faedev îşi expunea părerea cu privire […]

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Stalin would be proud of him

Tuesday, July 11, 2006 Comments Off

Feared by his people, his neighbours and the West, Russia’s President Putin is ruthlessly rebuilding the Soviet Empire. The tragedy, as he hosts his country’s first ever G8 summit this week, is that we are letting it happen.

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The Cold War is back

Sunday, July 2, 2006 Comments Off

Russian President Vladimir Putin, a former KGB agent, is leading his country back into the dark ages of Soviet totalitarianism and instigating a global confrontation between Russia and the United States — as well as between Russia and the West as a whole.  The Russian President has consistently rolled back democratic freedoms. And he is proving […]

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