THE THINKING OF FUTURE
WE REVEAL ALL THE SECRETS OF WORLD POLITICS

Author: Newtimes.az

Western pressure on Israel: while Armenia evades the "spotlight"

2013-07-29 16:16:50

Recently, the U.S. and European Union have been taking steps towards just resolution of the Jewish-Arab conflict. President Obama and Secretary Kerry are intensely engaging both parties. European Union adopts concrete decisions aiming to exert diplomatic pressure on Tel-Aviv. This diplomatic activity is said to be yielding some results while Western position on the Nagorno Karabakh conflict remains to be thought-provoking...

New ''Afghan scenario'': unexpected decision by the U.S.

2013-07-26 13:05:39

Only handful of people would believe in changes in the Afghanistan policy of the U.S., but the world accustomed to sudden geopolitical moves witnessed shattering of such a prediction. During a telephone conversation between Obama and Karzai on June, the 27th, leaders failed to reach an agreement. According to "New York Times", official Kabul is concerned with American initiatives to engage Taliban. Karzai went as far as accusing Washington...

South Asia: new problem of global geopolitics?

2013-07-24 12:09:15

Some believe that geopolitical gravity centers are shifting towards the East. The role of the South Asia in the process evokes interest. It should also be taken into account that the region is a home to several countries with significant population and rapidly changing demographic situation – India, Pakistan, Bangladesh. China, as a country with global leadership aspirations and greatest human resources in the world, is also located in the vicinity.

Kerry to discuss Israeli-Palestinian peace with Arabs

2013-07-16 16:53:42

US Secretary of State John Kerry will go to Jordan on Tuesday to discuss with Arab leaders revitalizing of the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

Syrian opposition head offers Assad truce for Ramadan

2013-07-08 20:09:01

Ahmad Jarba, the new president of the opposition Syrian National Coalition, has offered President Bashar Al-Assad a ceasefire during the month of Ramadan.

Egypt PM Dispute Stalls Government

2013-07-08 20:04:45

Egypt's president has backed away from the appointment of Mohamed ElBaradei as interim prime minister.

Egypt`s "political pyramid": questions of the moment of the fall

2013-07-08 12:10:05

Protests continue in one of the mysterious countries of the East. Mohammed Morsi, who came to power after winning the presidential election, is ousted too. Mr. Morsi`s removal from power was witnessed by half-dead Hosni Mubarak, who even advised him to resign. However, this seems to be an issue critical to the fate of an entire civilization rather than a conflict of two persons settling accounts with each other. The Islamic world is facing chaos.

George Friedman: The criticality of Azerbaijan for the United States

2013-06-28 16:33:15

American analyst George Friedman has written an article which deals with the course of geopolitical processes in the South Caucasus. The article features an individual approach to the points which are critical on a Eurasian scale. It places a special emphasis on Azerbaijan with Friedman forecasting that geopolitical struggle for global domination among superpowers will toughen...

Lavrov: "He chose his route himself, and we learned, like everyone else, from the mass media. He didn't cross the Russian border."

2013-06-27 19:54:17

Lavrov: "He chose his route himself, and we learned, like everyone else, from the mass media. He didn't cross the Russian border."

EU summit in Brussels wrestles with youth unemployment

2013-06-27 19:45:34

The record unemployment blighting much of Europe will be the focus of attention at a two-day EU summit set to open in Brussels.

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