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Dmitry Orlov/Kavkaz-Center: The Big Game In Central Asia

posted by FerrasB on August, 2005 as Imperialism

August, 25, 2005

The big Game in Central Asia

The term the Big Game has appeared in 19 century to designate imperial ambitions and rivalry between Russian and British empires in Asia . Now this term is used for a designation of new struggle for spheres of influence between Russia and China on the one hand, and USA on another.

Rates in this unwrapped Game are petroleum, commodity markets and so-called " war with terrorism ". Now all Central Asian region represents a field of geopolitic fights. Thus consider the experts of the Kazakhstan institute of strategic researches .

Participation of China in these fights is necessary for it for self-affirmation as great power in struggle against USA . The growing economy of China needs petroleum, and Kazakhstan within two nearest decades may become conducting exporter of petroleum in the world. In Russia there is a lot of petroleum, but after disorder of the ...
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Nezavisimaya Gazeta: Russian, Moldovan Rift Over Dniester Region Deepening

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Russian, Moldovan rift over Dniester Region deepening
Russia-MoldovaThe diplomatic wrangle between Chisinau and Moscow over Russia's role in the Dniester Region settlement is acquiring an air of permanence. On this occasion the Moldovan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration accused the Russian Defence Ministry of incompetence. The reason for this was [Russian Defence Minister] Sergey Ivanov's recent statement about Russian peacekeepers being in the Dniester Region on the basis of a mandate of two states - Moldova and the Dniester Region.
In a reply statement the Moldovan Foreign Ministry says that Ivanov's words "about the so-called peacekeeping role and function of the protection of armaments deployed on the territory of our state, in the context of the imaginary mandate of forces illegally stationed on our territory, show the Russian minister's ignorance of the existing agreements".
Moreover, according to analysts, the sides have simply misunderstood one another, since the diplomats' statements were ...
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posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Aug 12 2005 2:25PM
Attacks on Polish citizens in Moscow harm bilateral ties - embassy

MOSCOW. Aug 12 (Interfax) - A spokesman for the Polish Embassy in Russia said that any attack on Polish citizens in Russia puts a strain on bilateral relations.

"Warsaw believes, and it is reflected in the Polish president's statement, that the recent incidents may lead to an escalation of tensions and unfriendliness in Polish-Russian relations," the embassy's second secretary Witold Jurasz told Interfax on Friday.

"We hope that these attacks will not have a negative impact on [bilateral relations]. We are simply drawing your attention to today's realities," he said

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posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Poland, politics and diplomacy
By Mohammed A. R. Galadari

12 August 2005

CURIOUSLY, it is diplomacy in reverse gear, when it comes to Poland and Russia these days. Is politics at the heart of the diplomatic stand off between the two sides?

Dear readers, when three teenage children of a Russian diplomat in Warsaw were mugged and beaten by wayward Polish youths, some days ago, the matter should have ended there with a complaint to the police. But it didn't. <o:p></o:p>

Instead, it is not only raising much heat in diplomatic and governmental circles in Moscow and Warsaw, but also prompting retaliatory attacks in the streets of Moscow. A senior diplomat was attacked in a street in the Russian capital two days ago, that was preceded by another attack on another Polish embassy staff.<o:p></o:p>

Apparently, Russia has made much ado about what, prima facie, was a simple incident. President Putin gave a political twist to it ...
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Interfax: Russian Military Hardware Loaded On Ships Near Batumi (Part 2)

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Aug 13 2005 3:12PM
Russian military hardware loaded on ships near Batumi (Part 2)

MOSCOW. Aug 13 (Interfax) - The loading of heavy military hardware onboard Russia's Black Sea Fleet vessels near the Gonio military range, 8 kilometers from Batumi in Georgia, has been completed, Deputy Commander of the Russian military contingent in the South Caucasus Col. Vladimir Kuparadze told Interfax on Saturday.

The equipment is being withdrawn from the 12th Russian military base in Georgia.

"The loading of the hardware has been completed, and it is only necessary to finalize the customs documents to take the hardware out of Georgia to Russia," he said.

The major landing vessels, The Nikolai Filchenkov and The Azov, are expected to take to the sea for Novorossiisk at about 3:00 p.m., Moscow time.

All the 40 military vehicles being withdrawn from Georgia, including 20 T-72 tanks, 5 armored reconnaissance vehicles, 12 Kub air defense launchers, and 3 Shilka self-propelled ...
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