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.

Guns Will Be Silent

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During his visit to Moscow Nicolas Sarkozy met with Vladimir Putin, spoke to students at Moscow State Institute of International Relations under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and thus has caused outrage, condemnation, skepticism and concern, just as the approval and support of this demarche of building bridges.