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The Ottoman Empire was the first nation to recognize Armenian genocide

Armenian refugee children ©From the collection of the library of Congress April 26, 2015 Russia-Armenia.info Translated from Russian by Kristina Rus Although contemporary Turkey continues the policy of denial of Armenian Genocide, the truth is that the first nation to recognize this event was in fact the Ottoman Empire. This was announced at a press […]

Coups and “Color Revolutions”: US Wages “Geopolitical Warfare” against Russia in Central Asia and Caucasus

April 15, 2015 Global Research Steven MacMillan The US is waging geopolitical warfare against the Russian Federation in Eurasia through preparing colour revolutions, coups, destabilization operations and strategically-motivated alliances in an attempt to weaken Moscow’s position and isolate the nation. This complex strategy involves destabilizing countries in Russia’s sphere of influence which creates numerous security problems for Moscow simultaneously, stretching the […]

South Caucasus economic and political trends forecast for 2015

April 6, 2015 “Foreign Policy” report for Lenta.ru Translated by Kristina Rus Economic roots of instability What awaits the South Caucasus this year The drop in oil prices and economic difficulties in the coming year will affect the entire South Caucasus, except Abkhazia and South Ossetia: a steady cash flow from Moscow makes these countries […]

How America tried to screw Armenia and failed

Armenia April 6, 2015 ARTHUR GEVORGYAN Russia-Armenia.info Translated by Kristina Rus THE NATIONAL SECURITY OF ARMENIA IN THE NEW INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE XXI CENTURY The need for security as the dominant motive of national behavior, is the strongest motivation and even the basis for the development of the nation state as such. Security, both […]

The South Ossetia option just got better and Georgia on the fence

March 26, 2015 Translated by Kristina Rus MIKHAIL CHERNOV Originally posted 27 Feb 2015 Lenta.ru Source Russia began to sew the post-Soviet space in Transcaucasia On Wednesday, February 25, the government sent the President of Russia Vladimir Putin a proposal to sign between the Russian Federation and the Republic of South Ossetia (RSO) the Treaty of […]