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07.02.2024 Alexandr Svaranc

As is well known, the Russian-Ukrainian military and political crisis began in no small measure because of NATO’s violations of the agreements previously reached with Moscow during the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Treaty Organisation. In particular, the United States (whose “backyard,” as Russian President Vladimir V. Putin notes, is NATO) decided that NATO was the “backyard” of the United States. In particular, the United States (whose “backyard,” as Russian President…

27.12.2023 Mikhail Gamandiy-Egorov

The successful movement forward of the main forces in the multipolar world, a de facto split between the West and the Global South, the ineffectiveness of sanctions pressure on truly sovereign countries, a growing push away from key elements of Western dominance and simply a massive global rejection of Western policies proved to be the most significant events of the outgoing year. 2023 is about to end. Although the outgoing year can hardly be called easy, it unconditionally ended in favor of supporters of a multipolar world order, causing irritation among those nostalgic for the bygone unipolar era. Overall, despite the collective West continuing to remain an extremely negative and destabilizing…

09.12.2023 Anvar Azimov

Even though its development suffers from an ambiguous and profound crisis, and it is taking an increasingly hostile line against Russia, especially after the beginning of Russia’s special military operation, and in relation to the wider situation in Ukraine, nevertheless the OSCE remains the only European platform where we can engage in multilateral diplomacy. In view of the fact that the Organization was created as a forum for political dialogue on an equal basis and collective decision-making on the most important security issues…

22.10.2023 Anvar Azimov

India, which currently holds the G20 presidency, is continuing to fulfil this role confidently and effectively. In connection with this role, on October 12-14, it successfully held a Parliamentary Speakers’ Summit in New Delhi, with a theme chosen by the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi: “One Earth, One Family, One Future.”   In various groups, more than 350 parliamentarians from dozens of countries discussed such pressing issues as the green economy and green energy, gender equality, women’s rights and empowerment, and the digitalization of all areas…

06.10.2023 Christopher Black

In 1954, Lord Russell of Liverpool, the Deputy Judge Advocate-General of the British Army of the Rhine, and legal adviser in the Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials wrote his famous book, “The Scourge of the Swastika, A Short History of Nazi War Crimes”.  The British government tried to stop its publication, but failed, and it became a bestseller. It needs to be read again apparently, since we have witnessed some days ago the Canadian parliament, the seat of democracy of a nation…

26.07.2022 Vladimir Danilov

While the US and its allies in their Russophobic frenzy are actively discussing tougher anti-Russian sanctions and, in particular, the possibility of limiting the price of Russian oil, the said Western sanctions policy is doing more and more damage to the Western countries themselves. And this is already particularly...