The Balkan syndrome. Serbia and Kosovo between the U.S., NATO, EU and the Russian Federation.
February 11, 2013

Despite the peacekeeping efforts of the international community, today one of the main sources of instability in Europe in the security field remains the conflict around Kosovo

The Islamic Republic of Iran. Presidential Elections: Has the Countdown Started?
February 4, 2013

The Islamic Republic of Iran has started preparing for the 11th presidential election scheduled for the 14th of June 2013

A Kurdish State - to Be or Not to Be? So What Awaits Us?
January 31, 2013

The Arab spring flood had mustered its strength and washed away regimes in four countries. Now we are on the threshold of new, and perhaps, radical changes in Syria, Turkey, Iraq, to some extant in Iran, and in the whole Middle East

Afghan Rubicon. What Will Happen to Afghanistan after the Withdrawal of Foreign Troops
January 30, 2013

What Will Happen to Afghanistan after the Withdrawal of Foreign Troops

A Kurdish State - to Be or Not to Be? So What Is the Question About?
January 24, 2013

We seem to have changed our attitude to revolutions, giving them romantic, so to speak, "berry-garden names", doesn’t relate to "violence"...

Where to Now: the Area of Free Trade with the EU or the Customs Union?
January 18, 2013

Oksana Khomei

The question of Ukraine’s membership in the Customs Union is becoming especially urgent...

Is the Arab Spring Going On?
January 13, 2013

The situation in the Middle East remains tense and explosive, due to which fact the world’s interest to this region is not getting weaker

How Many Holes for Ukraine are there in the Russian Lifebuoy?
January 12, 2013

According to the estimations of Russian experts, despite the active efforts of Moscow for strengthening the international positions of Russia, and declaration of “significant success” in the revival of the “great Russian state”, the real state of affairs in the Russian Federation keeps getting more and more complicated

Syrian Vertical – the Fall of B. Assad’s Regime and Its Consequences for the World and Region
January 5, 2013

Despite the great desire of the Syrian regime of B. Assad to remain in power, the events in Syria have been developing not to its advantage and are approaching their logical end. All of this looks like the “Libyan” scenario, when the preconditions had been created for removing the current leaders from power

New Turns of the Middle Eastern Spiral
December 26, 2012

the military-political situation in the Middle East remains tense and threatens with a new aggravation of the situation in the nearest future

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