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Russia and Saudi Arabia go to an open confrontation

The middle East is one of the three regions that will shape global politics in coming years. The other two to Europe with the problems of the European Union and East Asia, a region where the Chinese are gaining strength ambitions — have a secondary and more lasting impact on …

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To the detention and release of the DPRK, the Russian yacht

I have to say: really this incident may seem small, however routine and quickly resolved the incident initially caused inadequate Mediacom, and then became an occasion for some important lessons. On the morning of may 14 in social networks has reported that it is not the fishermen, not the coast …

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Who finances and supports the conflict in Ukraine?

The West is financing the war in Ukraine through a volunteer organization. The Ukrainians themselves do not hide and are willing to brag about the fact that assistance from abroad comes regularly and often. And not socks and underwear for the soldiers, but a very real, costly machinery and equipment. …

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Puzzle of Putin or surrender?

The Kremlin has permitted the return of the Donbass under the control of Ukrainian “humanitarian grounds.” Poroshenko said that he will return even Crimea on savchenskaya scenario, and reminded US that he will continue to put pressure on Russia, demanding compliance with the agreements Minsk. <hr/> Surrender and shameful consequences. …

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South Ossetia transfers “the Crimean scenario”

A referendum on joining South Ossetia to Russia has been postponed to next year. This statement was made by the government of the disputed Republic. The postponement will reduce tension around South Ossetia, as well as give more room for manoeuvre not only Russia, but also advancing to the East …

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The wilds of high politics, or Gallop Trojan horses

If I knew what awaited me in the news, wouldn’t even and look at the computer screen. With great longing I recall those distant pre-Maidan times, when the children did not have shoes because we didn’t have salaries, but we were just trying to earn to survive and stupidly did …

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Grandson of Genghis Khan, sent to look at Kiev

… Grandson of Genghis Khan, sent to look at Kiev. He first saw it on the left side of the Dnieper. What the chronicler writes: “He could not behold the beauty thereof … shiny head of many temples in the dense greenery of gardens — high white wall with her …

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Vitali Klitschko: the two sides of fame

I never thought Vitali Klitschko (as, however, and his brother Wladimir) an outstanding boxer, his fame was probably a planned PR move than a real sporting achievement. The only serious fight which he held in his athletic career with Lennox Lewis, he lost the most shameful way. But it is …

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Savchenko “caught a star”

“Judging by the way she behaves, you can say that she “caught a star” is the star disease”. So political analysts comment on the prospects of the political career of Nadezhda Savchenko, which is already preparing a place in one of the committees of the Verkhovna Rada. Ukrainian spotter, Nadezhda …

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