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Great Arab Revolution

Began repartition of the African continent and the chain revolution in the Arab-Islamic world, comparable in importance only to that of the collapse of the USSR and the "socialist system" - no wonder the US president likened these events "with the fall of the Berlin Wall." Naturally, the revolutionary process has generated a lot of questions that tries to answer analytical community.

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Gaddafi sentenced to death. The verdict is final and not negotiable

Gaddafi sentenced to death. The verdict is final and not negotiable. Not so important how this is done technically. Strike the "Tomahawk" or intelligence operation, the bullet of an assassin or a heart attack. No need to believe completely false statements Westerners - we didn't want to kill Gaddafi. Yes, of course. And accidentally erased missile-bomb strike, the residence of Gaddafi in Tripoli. "As a communication center."

28-03-2011 admin 3627 0

The West decided to intervene in the Libyan conflict

The UN Security Council on the evening of March 17 Eastern time (early morning Friday, March 18, Moscow time) adopted a resolution on the situation in Libya. Resolution adopted by a majority vote.

18-03-2011 3668 0

Who is to blame and what to do?

Events in the middle East in the fire of social upheaval and armed conflicts covered by a succession of Islamic countries. Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria, the Persian Gulf Emirates of Bahrain and Oman...Libya is on the verge of civil war and disintegration of the state. Thousands of dead and wounded, tens of thousands of refugees! Who is to blame? What is the reason? What to do? When will this end? All recipes looking for answers that affect their polarity.

14-03-2011 admin 2481 0

Secret plan assistance

Opponents of Barack Obama from the Republicans and American public opinion insistently require him to intervene in the conflict in Libya on the side of the rebels. However, the US administration had been slow to take decisive action. The possible cause of the slowness in his article, explained Robert Fisk is a British expert on the Middle East, a journalist who has lived over 30 years in this region of the world. "Ribbon.Ru" publishes the translation of the author's material Fisk, prepared for The Independent newspaper.

08-03-2011 admin 2607 0

The geopolitical aspects of the Yemeni revolt

That in Yemen, there have been resurgences of extremist elements, it has been reported many times. The main terrorist group orientation is considered to be al-Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula - Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), which seeks to overthrow Pro-Western governments of Yemen and neighboring Saudi Arabia. Its activities increasingly worries Washington, forcing him to pay more attention to problem regions in the Arabian Peninsula and the horn of Africa.

05-03-2011 2848 0