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The U.S. - India: from friendship to neutrality
In Consulate General of India, New York (U.S.A.), on January 15, the U.S. authorities held a ceremony of transferring the sacred Indian relics stolen by malefactors several years ago from the temples. …
How dangerous is Edward Snowden?
In November, a smoldering since the summer conflict around the officer of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), Edward Snowden entered on a new stage of …
America and Russia always work together despite the odds
Every day we are told that the Russians are bad for they do not allow saving the Syrian people; that Putin is an "autocrat" (remember Sen. McCain), and so on. Let them talk. But the truth must be understood that nobody is going to refuse the favorable cooperation...
There was a rally in Bishkek demanding the withdrawal of U.S. bases
Several dozen young people gathered in front of the U.S. Embassy in Bishkek, demanding the immediate withdrawal of the U.S. military base from Kyrgyzstan and protesting against the Afghan transit of …
Washington Regional Committee
The term "Washington Regional Committee" has become firmly established in the lexicon of modern political analysis throughout the CIS.
The US State Department: Fence-mending with Russia is in Georgia
"The fence-mending with Russia is in Georgia's interests; the process is positive yet takes some time. We have noticed some improvement in relations between the two countries, particularly, in the …
Russia opposes "war of lists" concerning US
The deputy head of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sergey Ryabkov at meeting of the Russian Parliament’s upper house International Affairs Committee declared that Russia against "war of …
Obama has signed a document abolishing the Jackson-Vanik amendment
President B.Obama has abolished the Jackson-Vanik amendment thus awarding Russia “permanent normal trade relations” status, which opens a new era in trade relations between the two …
Great Britain is beleaguered by multiculturalism
Not so long ago it became known that the leader of the radical Islamists in London, Mustafa Kamal Mustafa, who is better known as Abu Hamza al-Masri, was deported from the UK to the U.S.A where he faced the trial.
The USA threaten North Korea with sanctions in case of rocket firing
The official representative of State Department of the USA Victoria Nuland declared that the UN Security Council can toughen existing sanctions concerning North Korea if Pyongyang carries out planned …