Global Energy Security: A Deceptive Respite

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Despite the declining theoretical interest in the matters of ensuring global energy security, the problems still exist, though for now they are less acute. Unique opportunities and, what is more important, Russia’s strong interest in jointly addressing these problems are still present.

New World Order Has Death Wish for the White European Civilization

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Thanks to America’s foreign policy agenda NATO countries are being helplessly dragged into battles and regardless of the public protests against illegal wars, which have already happened in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and now in Syria. This development only plays further into Washington’s hands as the European people – increasingly terrified by pre-planned acts of war, terrorism and financial collapse – look to a savior to rescue them.

Who Wants Victory for the Islamic State?

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Moscow’s objective in Syria is to prevent further civilian casualties and not to impose its own political solutions upon the Syrian people. However, Western decision makers chose to be engaged in an information war with Russia questioning the legitimacy of its operation. A question comes to mind: Who in the West is interested in seeing the Islamic State as a victor in this conflict?

The Kurdish Dilemma: Choosing between Moscow and Washington

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The Kurdish problem is a source of strategic advantage for many regional and international powers and therefore it is being currently kept on the back burner. Kurds should exercise the highest degree of caution in their foreign policy and opt for a policy, which would place them strategically in between the United States and Russia.

On Russia’s Syria and Iraq Intervention

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The current situation in the Middle East, particularly in Syria and Iraq, is a direct consequence of the western policy that has been conducted in the region for past 20 years. And the migrant flow to Europe is also the consequence of this policy. It jeopardizes social stability of European countries and discredits their governments and elected officials.

Coming to Reason: Syria and the Hot New Cold War

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A specter is haunting the Middle East, and it is called sectarianism. To underestimate its destructive potential would be a fatal flaw. To exploit these instincts is reckless and criminal, no less dangerous than playing with nuclear bombs. Sectarianism is the nuclear bomb of regional ideologies.