Washington's aid: security in the focus

2013-03-11 12:07:00

Lately, changes are noticed in traditional aid packages rendered by the U.S. to various regions of the world. Comparison of figures attests to growing attention the U.S. attaches to ensuring security in the Central Asia and the Caucasus that is likely to stem from the struggle of large powers in the region and the need to consider the threats emanating from the Middle East. On the other hand, it may possibly...

Battle for South Caucasus: new clash of the titans

2013-03-07 12:46:27

Interesting developments in terms of the future of the South Caucasus are noticed lately. One of those was the instruction to confront unfavorable opponents of the Eurasian integration issued by the Russian President Vladimir Putin to the Federal Security Bureau (FSB). Another notable one was the decision of the U.S. and the EU to establish common trade area voiced in the joint statement...

New Karabakh adventures of "RIA Novosti" political columnist

2013-03-06 11:02:41

Non-intervention into internal affairs of other states happens to be one of the key principles of the international law. Political observer Vadim Dubnov has trampled that very principle and paid unauthorized by the official Baku visit to Nagorno Karabakh. Sordid purpose of this visit was none other than writing a fictitious article about this region of Azerbaijan. Such articles are frequently authored by...

Phase of the revolutions in the global geopolitics

2013-03-05 13:28:59

There are quite a few evaluations regarding the ongoing process of the reshaping of world order. Certain aspects of the process are being analyzed. Investigations into the matter at times reveal very notable features. The article authored by Joseph Nye, one of the leading American analysts, is appealing from this particular perspective. The author has conducted analysis of the impact...

Remarks to the article authored by Amberin Zaman, published in the Courier International

2013-03-04 12:14:17

Reading through the article by Amberin Zaman published in the Courier International on 21 February, 2013, one fails to conceal the astonishment. Every sentence of the article attests to either author's ignorance or bias. Interestingly, born to Turkish mother and Bangladeshi ambassador father, past articles authored by this lady misrepresent the interests...

Saakashvili in the character again

2013-03-01 11:29:07

Statement of Georgian President on several Azerbaijani's of Russia displaying dangerous posture against Azerbaijan must be regarded solely as his personal position. President Saakashvili's views about Vahid Alakbarov and others appear unconvincing. Having attended all the meetings held throughout the last visit of the President Saakashvili I wish to assure you that no discussions were held around those topics, and certainly there was no such need.


2013-02-22 12:51:42

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Armenia’s “Vaseline” Argument

2012-06-07 00:00:00

Armenia is once again trying to complicate Georgia’s relations with Azerbaijan and Turkey. This is shown through the raising of the “Armenian genocide” question in the Georgian parliament and Armenians pretending that they did not care much about it.

Shots fired by Behring Breivik at western culture and world view

2012-06-06 00:00:00

Breivik killed 77 people on July 22, 2011 in the Norwegian capital of Osloand on theislandof Utoya. Breivik murdered 77 people for bigotry against Muslims, immigration of people of different religions and cultures to Norway.

Russia: toward a new geo-political power

2012-06-05 00:00:00

Russia`s entering a new era in its foreign policy will definitely trigger serious changes in the world`s geo-political picture.

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When a new energy revolution makes the Russians nervous
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When a new energy revolution makes the Russians nervous

Upon arrival in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, the first thing you notice is the boomtown feel.

Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire
24 September 2018 The Hill

Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire

History is littered with real wars, like those in Afghanistan, Iraq and Vietnam, that were supposed to be won quickly and cheaply but turned out to be the most expensive and inconclusive of quagmires.