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

The Ukrainian Method of “Defrosting”
January 21, 2013

Regarding a Possible Role of Ukraine as Head of the OSCE in Regulation of “Frozen” Conflicts at the Post-Soviet Territories

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

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

Crisis in the EU as a Strength Test of its Economy
December 20, 2012

The main problematic aspect of the current development of the European space, directly influencing the situation around Ukraine, is the sharpening of the finance-economic problems in the EU countries

Eurasian Integration As Russia’s Global Geopolitical Project
December 13, 2012

V. Putin’s return to the post of the President of the Russian Federation was marked with a sharp activation of neo-empire and neo-colonial components of Russia's foreign policy. First of all, it concerns the strategic initiatives of Moscow as to the foundation of the Euro-Asian Union, which is now the main idea and one of the main directions of the RF's leaders' activity.

Iran in the Middle East’s Political Spiral
December 7, 2012

Iran’s influence on the situation in the Near East region and Persian Gulf is growing and, no doubt, alarms the USA and its allies. Especially this growing has accelerated after the USA withdrew their troops from Iraq. At the moment the Islamic Republic of Iran is in fact the most influential military force in the Persian Gulf zone.

Customs Union as an Instrument of Implementation of Russia's Geo-Political Plans at the Post-Soviet Area
November 28, 2012

A strategic goal of the Russian Federation’s foreign policy at the current stage of its development is reestablishment of its role of a great world state, equal to other world centres of force. Achieving this goal means establishing Russian control at the post soviet territories through various integration structures, which include countries of the former USSR.

Prospects of a New Energy Revolution in the World and Its Possible Geopolitical Consequences
November 25, 2012

Bohdan Sokolovskyi

Traditionally, energy remains the main driving force of the world economy. Industrial revolutions of the 19th and 20th centuries confirm this. The first one was connected with mass production and use of coal, the second one - with oil and gas. Later nuclear power played an important role.

Victor Hvozd’s Geopolitical Diary
<p>Do Seven Babysitters Have a Child Unattended or Again on the Same Rake?</p>

Do Seven Babysitters Have a Child Unattended or Again on the Same Rake?

Victor Hvozd

The vital reform of the components of the national security and anti-corruption sectors of Ukraine so far is only on paper

Vadym Volokhov: «The Middle East Knot»
<p>Afghanistan: The Eve of the Presidential Election</p>

Afghanistan: The Eve of the Presidential Election

Vadym Volokhov

The fall of the central government in Kabul will pose a real threat to the security of the entire region of Central Asia and Middle East

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