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The Grand Bargain of Russia in the Middle East

Today, the Middle East is standing in the mid of a new era called as Arab Spring. It is a process formed with rebellions against the strict regimes to enhance freedom, human rights and democratization in the region states. It is a fact that the Arab Spring or Arab Revolution is not emerged itself. The starting point is considered as …

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The False Iran Debate

LONDON — Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic has been perhaps the most vigorous, influential and informed voice relaying the view that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel sees the Iranian leadership as a “messianic apocalyptic cult” and will bomb Iran to stop its nuclear program. In an Atlantic cover story of September 2010, he predicted Israel would attack Iran with one hundred …

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No Talks With Syria Opposition, Leader Tells U.N. Envoy

BEIRUT, Lebanon — High-level diplomatic efforts to stop the fighting in Syria yielded mixed results on Saturday as President Bashar al-Assad shut the door on any immediate negotiations with the opposition and escalated a new military assault on the city of Idlib. Mr. Assad told the United Nations envoy Kofi Annan that such talks would be fruitless as long as “terrorist groups” were operating …

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What Russia taught Syria

What Russia taught Syria: When you destroy a city, make sure no one – not even the story – gets out alive. It was a star-filled night in Chechnya’s besieged capital of Grozny. The snow crunched under my feet as I walked with the Chechen rebel commander away from the warmth of our safe house. When we entered a bombed-out …

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Being Strong

Why Russia needs to rebuild its military. In a world of upheaval there is always the temptation to resolve one’s problems at another’s expense, through pressure and force. It is no surprise that some are calling for resources of global significance to be freed from the exclusive sovereignty of a single nation. This cannot happen to Russia, not even hypothetically. …

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After Putin

The departure of a president who put Russia back on the world map will be a crucial test of the country’s constitutional and democratic processes, says Mary Dejevsky. A chill can be felt in Moscow, and it is not just the early arrival of autumn. After months of convincing themselves that it is not going to happen, Russians are coming …

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Russians in the Soviet Union: rulers and victims

“When Russians try to understand what happened to them in the Soviet Union, they come up against an ineluctable paradox. The Soviet Union was both Russian and anti-Russian.” The historian Geoffrey Hosking examines Russians’ complex of strong, ambivalent and unresolved feelings about their national past. When Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, declared in his “state of the nation” speech in April …

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Are we witnessing the Emergence of a New Block?

The experts assert that the significance of “emerging markets” is increasing day by day. While the global economy and the “developed states” are struggling with the recession [2], developing states have reached stability in economic growth and continue to move upwards in the global economy. These states have not only transformed themselves, but have also become new centers of riches …

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Turkey’s EU Membership Process

Short Term Problems and Long Term Perspectives Overview Turkey faces a momentous time and challenges in its increasingly complex and frustrating (for both sides) accession negotiations with the EU. There is still talk of the EU-Turkish relations once again heading towards another critical turning point (or a “train crash” in the words of the enlargement commissioner Olli Rehn) this autumn …

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Iran and the security council: changing the dynamic

A more pragmatic United States approach, a more coherent security council, and active mediation by Europe – three key ingredients to unlock the Iran problem, says Jan De Pauw. The United States proposal on 31 May 2006 of direct talks with Iran in return for Iran’s commitment to suspend its nuclear enrichment and reprocessing work represents a glimmer of possibility …

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