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

Author: Newtimes.az

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.

Israel approves settlements in East Jerusalem

2013-06-27 19:41:36

Plan to build 69 housing units advanced ahead of visit by Kerry who is trying to revive Israel-Palestine peace talks.

Obama starts Africa tour in Senegal

2013-06-27 19:32:47

US President arrives in Senegal's capital Dakar on the first stop of a three-country tour.

Egypt's President Morsi warns unrest risks paralysis

2013-06-27 19:20:04

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has warned that continuing unrest is "threatening to paralyse the country".

Novruz Mammadov: "Azerbaijan will not tolerate haughty rhetoric"

2013-06-24 19:24:16

Lately, driven by the objective to pressure the country, certain European institutions release statements and adopt groundless decisions in connection with Azerbaijan. Latest resolution on Ilgar Mamaddov's case is just one of those. However, such decision cannot but overshadow our relations with Europe. Representatives of European institutions and the heads of the European countries must be more attentive in such issues and...

The Syrian gambit

2013-06-24 11:59:44

The world superpowers struggle over Syria has become tougher. Successive steps taken in the last few days have considerably changed the situation. Interestingly, superpowers are making specific decisions almost at the same time. What had previously been said covertly is now openly expressed. The West`s decisions with respect to the Syrian stand-off is reminiscent of the knight`s move in the game of chess. But this move is unique. The point is that the West...

G8: Lough Erne contradictions

2013-06-21 13:59:56

The presidents came together in the resort city of Lough Erne in Northern Ireland, which can now boast of hosting the G8 summit that marked intense talks and some contradictory points. The summit had been much spoken about even before it was held. There were expectations that it would see the G8 leaders widely discuss global geopolitical processes. Apart from commercial, financial and economic problems, the summit had to have addressed the Syrian conflict.

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