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Foreign Affairs: Crisis In The Caucasus: A New Look At Russia's Chechen Impasse

posted by eagle on October, 2009 as ANALYSIS / OPINION

Crisis in the Caucasus: A New Look at Russia's Chechen Impasse

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M&C: Cries Of Voter Fraud As Muscovites Vote For Mayor

posted by eagle on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

Cries of voter fraud as Muscovites vote for mayor

Europe News

Oct 11, 2009, 14:28 GMT

Moscow - Moscow's mayor of 17 years faced charges of voter fraud in his re-election campaign Sunday as millions of Russians voted in local elections across the country.

Yury Luzhkov, 73, as the top candidate of the United Russia party, was the favourite for Moscow's mayor race. But liberal party Yabloko protested what it called 'extreme vote fraud' in a vote where opposition parties were blocked from running.

The results of the election, which will decide the 35-seat makeup of Moscow's council, or duma, are expected Monday. Moscow's annual budget totals about 24 billion euros (35.4 billion dollars), about the same as Ukraine's annual budget.

Across Russia, 30 million voters are expected to vote in 75 municipal elections. The Interfax news agency covered the votes of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. However, by midday, voter turnout was reportedly small.

For the first time, elections were held in Chechnya and some of the ...

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National Review: Who Really Won?

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Who Really Won?
In diminishing American power abroad, Obama and the U.S. choose decline.

By Mark Steyn

October 10, 2009 7:00 AM

The most popular headline at the Real Clear Politics website the other day was: “Is Obama Becoming A Joke?” With brilliant comedic timing, the very next morning the Norwegians gave him the Nobel Peace Prize. Up next: His stunning victory in this year’s Miss World contest. December 12, Johannesburg. You read it here first.

For what, exactly, did he win the Nobel? As the president himself put it: “When you look at my record, it’s very clear what I have done so far. And that is nothing. Almost one year and nothing to show for it. You don’t believe me? You think I’m making it up? Take a look at this checklist.”

And up popped his record of accomplishment, reassuringly blank.

Oh, no, wait. That wasn’t the real President Obama. That was a comedian playing President Obama on Saturday Night Live. And, for impressionable types who find it hard to tell ...

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CAUCAZ.COM: Renegotiating The EU-Russia Treaty: What Are The EU’s Options?

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Renegotiating the EU-Russia Treaty: What are the EU’s options?
Article published in 04/04/2007 Issue

By Holger MOROFF, Department of Political Science, Friedrich Schiller University Jenain Jena

On 1 December 2007 the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) between the European Union (EU) and Russia will reach its 10th anniversary and expire if one party decides so by 1 June. Otherwise it will be “automatically renewed year by year” (Art. 106). Either one side will hand in a notice of termination, the PCA will be automatically renewed, or the two sides will agree on a renegotiated version of the bilateral treaty relationship. What is this treaty about, what options are up for discussion in any renegotiation and what are the implications for the trilateral relations between the EU, its Eastern neighbourhood countries and Russia?

When the agreement was first negotiated in 1994 it coincided with the EU’s decision on opening enlargement negotiations with former Soviet satellite states and it served two purposes. The first was to establish comprehensive contractual relations ranging from trade ...

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Prague Watchdog: Eight Suggestions

posted by eagle on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

October 8th 2009 · Prague Watchdog / German Sadulayev. ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 

Eight suggestions

by German Sadulayev, special to Prague Watchdog

1) Don’t blow yourself up.

2) Don’t blow up other people with you.

3) Don’t succumb to paranoia and see around you only pagans and enemies of Islam, while you remain the only worthy Muslim.

4) If you don’t know something or don’t know enough about it, don’t immediately hurl abuse at the unknown, just say – I don’t know. God will be pleased with your humility.

5) One should seek friends, not enemies. You will be amazed when you discover that you have more friends than you imagined, and that they are closer.

6) One should strive for holiness, not death.

7) I have never heard it said that a holy man is one who considers everyone his enemy.

8) But I have heard it said that a holy man is one who has no enemies.


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A nice comment on the same site:

Lake (2009-10-08 15:49:49)

Very good! I have "eight suggestions more": 1) Do not become ...

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