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06.06.2014 Salman Rafi Sheikh

The US President Mr. Obama has announced the US’ plan of withdrawal from Afghanistan. The plan to end the longest war in the US history, however, is actually the plan to prolong this war further and to further destabilize Afghanistan; for, the US is left with...

05.06.2014 Alexander Orlov

On June 3 the people of Syria, despite the numerous attempts made by the West to disrupt or obstruct the election, despite countless terrorist attacks of the armed opposition, have finally got a chance to get their say on today's Syrian policy...

05.06.2014 Seth Ferris

The newest country on earth, South Sudan, was once ruled by Egypt. The last but one monarch of Egypt, King Farouk, was overthrown in the Egyptian Revolution of 1952. After he went into exile in Rome, it was said that his girlfriends were like his flats...

05.06.2014 Vladimir Terehov

The situation surrounding the creation of two of the largest integrated projects, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP and the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP remains unclear. This ambiguity stems from the fact that the very genesis of these...

04.06.2014 Lyudmila Zakharova

The Intergovernmental Commission on trade, economic, scientific and technical cooperation between Russia and North Korea will have its 6th session in Vladivostok on June 5, 2014. The commission will be co-chaired by...

04.06.2014 Yuriy Zinin

In Egyptian presidential elections former Defense Minister, Field Marshal Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, won by an overwhelming majority defeating leftist candidate, Hamdin Sabbah. According to unofficial figures, El-Sisi won 93%...

04.06.2014 Ulson Gunnar

An immense scandal involving pharmaceuticals giant GSK has been unfolding in China over the last year. It centers on a massive bribery operation uncovered by Chinese police that included nearly every...

03.06.2014 Henry Kamens

Like almost all countries, Georgia has a number of indigenous, rather than immigrant or displaced, national minorities. One of these is the Meskhetian or Meskh people. Some international bodies regard them as a variety of Turk, but Georgia has always maintained they

03.06.2014 Viktoria Panfilova

Presidents Vladimir Putin, Nursultan Nazarbayev and Alexander Lukashenko signed a Treaty establishing the Eurasian Economic Union, in Astana on May 29th. Three countries are to lie at the core of this economic alliance: Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus...

03.06.2014 Janet Phelan

Dr. Wouter Basson, who headed up Project Coast, the biological and chemical warfare unit under South Africa's apartheid government in the 1980's, will face sentencing by the Health Professions Council of South Africa on June 5. Basson (dubbed “Dr. Death” by...

02.06.2014 Viktor Mikhin

American President Barack Obama while delivering a speech at the West Point graduation ceremony on May 28 outlined his foreign policy agenda for the remaining years of his term. In this speech, Obama defended his decision to avoid direct military...

02.06.2014 Jim Dean

We had been predicting at Veterans Today that the EU Parliament Elections were going to wipe some smug smiles off the faces of the Euro elitists. We were right. That had been their standard reaction when asked about the simmering discontent over not just the economic situation...