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RIA: "Russian Peacekeepers" Attacked In Georgian-South Ossetian Conflict Zone

posted by FerrasB on September, 2005 as Imperialism

RIA Novosti
Russian peacekeepers attacked, two locals abducted in Georgian-South Ossetian conflict zone

09/09/2005 20:37

TBILISI, September 9 (RIA Novosti, Marina Kvaratskhelia) - A group of unknown, armed people in masks attacked Russian peacekeepers Friday night, commander of the Georgian peacekeeping battalion in the Tskhinvali region of South Ossetia, Mamuka Kurashvili said Friday.

"The attack took place when the peacekeepers were accompanying a car with locals. Two locals were abducted," Kurashvili said.

The commander said the kidnappers were relatives of the four Georgians abducted June 6 in the South Ossetian capital of Tskhinvali. Their fate remains unknown.

"We are holding talks with the kidnappers. We hope they will be released soon," Kurashvili said.

The Georgian-South Ossetian conflict started in early 1990s, when Georgia stripped South Ossetia of its autonomy status, and then, when the republic declared independence, took punitive measures that led to numerous victims.

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MosNews: Former Minister Says Russia Was Ready To Recognize Taliban

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

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Former Minister Says Russia Was Ready to Recognize Taliban

Created: 05.09.2005 11:25 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 11:25 MSK > document.write(get_ago(1125905136)); </SCRIPT> , 57 minutes ago


Former Taliban foreign minister Wakil Ahmad Mutawakil has disclosed that Russia offered to recognize the Taliban regime if the then Kabul Government derecognized Chechnya, the South Asia Tribune reports.

In a book published shortly before the general elections in Afghanistan, in which he is also a candidate, the ex-minister goes on to disclose important Taliban-Russian contact in Turkmenistan’s capital city of Ashgabat.

At the meeting Russian delegates offered to recognize the Taliban government if the latter derecognized Chechnya, he reveals. The Taliban spurned the proposition, nonetheless, as it was probably the only country in the world to officially recognize the Chechen separatists.

Commenting on his scholarly effort, Mutawakil rejected the impression that there were political motives behind the publication of the book ...
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UNPO: The Circassian Genocide

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

The Circassian Genocide
A professor of the university of Munich (München), Karl Friedrich Neumann (not to be confused with the later Naumann), wrote in 1839 a book titled "Russland und die Tscherkessen" (published in the collection "Reisen und Länderbeschreibungen", vol. 19, in 1840). He describes, how Russia settled Christians to the parts of Armenia gained from Persia in 1828 - actually, Neumann had written about the issue already in 1834. (p. 68-69) Neumann considered this a very sound policy and predicted, that all Caucasus would become under firm Russian rule within the next decades. (p. 125) European powers would not intervene, because it was the destiny of all Europe to rule over the lands of Turks, Persians, and Hindus. (p. 129-130)

Neumann was no racist, but he certainly advocated colonialism and was a Russophile in relation to the southern lands. He had a Darwinist approach many years before Charles Darwin or Herbert ...
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Kavkaz Center: Freedom To Peoples, Death To Empires!

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Freedom to peoples, death to empires!

2005-08-31 10:28:13

August, 19-21, 2005, in Yaroslavl has passed XVIII Congress of Association of Movements of Anarchists of Russia (AMA-HELL in translation). In edition if "Caucasus-center" the resolution of congress of the AMA has arrived. Edition if "Caucasus-center" publishes the full text of the resolution for informing the readers on the purposes and problems of one of Putins opposits, despite of categorical unacceptability of some key positions of anarchist idea, including in relation to the Chechen State .

The resolution of XVIII Congress of the AMA


Terrorist actions of authorities of the Russian Federation on Northern Caucasus - display of a imperial and colonial policy which is necessary to finish. The government of Russia: Yeltsin and Putin; all employees of devices of presidential administrations, the governments and Security Council of the Russian Federation since 1994; all management of power and economic departments of the Russian ...
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posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Sep 1 2005 5:46PM
Putin orders Russia's signature under border treaties revoked

MOSCOW. Sept 1 (Interfax) - President Vladimir Putin has signed orders on Russia's intentions to withdraw from two treaties on border issues signed with Estonia.

The Kremlin press service reported on Thursday that the treaty on the Russian-Estonian state border and the treaty on the delimitation of maritime areas of the Narva Bay and the Gulf of Finland are in question.

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