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Armenia-Azeri “frozen conflict” re-ignites

Paravakar village. Four killed, three injured by shelling of September 24 Someone has not given up the intention of kindling this conflict … Live Journal September 26, 2015 Translated from Russian by Tom Winter Translator note: Our source has two reports, one before, one after, the photo gallery. The second, dealing with civilians, I have […]

Putin’s Tour: A Geography of Contructive Contact

August 13th, 2015 PolitRussia – translated by Soviet Bear& Joaquin Flores One of the goals of introduction of anti-Russian sanctions by Western countries was the desire to isolate Russia and to present our country in the international arena as some sort of “spoiled child”, which adults from the US and the European Union are constantly […]

Video: Flores on Armenia and the Color-Spring Tactic

July 8th, 2015 Fort Russ A discussion with Flores about some of the surrounding history relating to his article, Electric Yerevan and Lessons of the Color-Spring Tactic “When Armenia joined Eurasian Economic Union on January 2nd, 2015, it made history.  This was a civilizational decision which would define its relationship to the world for the coming […]

Electric Yerevan and Lessons on the Color-Spring Tactic

 June 27th, 2015 – – A Fort Russ and Greanville Post Feature – by : Joaquin Flores       The Electric Yerevan protest provides us with an excellent opportunity to review some of the basic underlying mechanics and psychology of the Color-Spring tactic.  It is important to share these publicly, for it is indeed […]

Caucasus Without Russia: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

June 25, 2015 Caucasus Without Russia: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow By Rostislav Ishchenko Translated from Russian by J.Hawk US lost to Russia in Syria two years ago. They were not able to humiliate Russia whose positions in the region have grown stronger at US expense. But the “glory hounds” from the State Department and the CIA, […]

Outside pressure stimulates deeper integration of the Eurasian Union

Stoletie May 26, 2015 Adjar Kurtov  The editor – in-chief of the journal “Problems of National Strategy” of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies Published on April 14, 2015 in Stoletie Translated by Kristina Rus EEU: issues and trends How external pressure stimulated deeper and wider  integration Prospects of development of the Eurasian Economic Union were […]

Between the “Turkish Stream” and Armenian genocide: Turkey’s double game

Turkish Presidential Press Office May 15, 2015 Andre Rezchikov Mikhail Moshkin Rusvesna Ankara between the “Turkish stream” and the “Armenian issue” Turkey appears to be seriously offended by Russia with regard to its position on the Armenian genocide: unfriendly statements, including those relating to Crimea, follow one another. Are relations between the two countries cooling […]