The Russian aircraft carrier “Admiral Kuznetsov” is ready to head from Murmansk towards the Mediterranean and the Syrian port of Tartus. The mission comes after Syrian President Bashar Assad said he is open for a Russian base in the area.
The appeal was made by Abkhazian President Sergey Bagapsh to Russia and to the governments of other countries to recognise Abkhazia's independence. Bagapsh, who was present at the parliament session, said that now, a week after Georgia's aggr
The American people should be eternally grateful to Old Europe for having spiked the Bush-McCain plan to bring Georgia into NATO. Had Georgia been in NATO when Mikheil Saakashvili invaded South Ossetia, we would be eyeball to eyeball with Russia, fac
[Couldn't survive 8 years of Bush.] Many Pakistanis blame the rising militant violence in their country on Musharraf's alliance with the U.S. His reputation suffered blows in 2007 when he ousted dozens of judges and imposed emergency rule. Hi
Poland strikes a deal on a U.S. missile defense base. Ukraine tries to limit the Russian navy's movement in its waters. The Czech Republic's leader warns his nation is in danger of being sucked back into Moscow's orbit.
Even as Russia pledged to begin withdrawing its forces from neighboring Georgia on Monday, American officials said the Russian military had been moving launchers for short-range ballistic missiles into South Ossetia, a step that appeared intended to
Separatist leader Yasin Malik called on people to adopt his new Gandhian philosophy of nonviolence. Malik, a secular Muslim, soon became an icon of peace to many youths in this turbulent region that India and Pakistan have fought over for decades.
Russia's president said troops would begin pulling out of Georgia on Monday, but made no mention of leaving the separatist province at the heart of the conflict between the countries.
Indeed, a few Chinese who followed the process to apply for a protest permit are now either missing or detained. Others have been harassed by authorities and sent home without getting approval.
Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf will resign rather than face impeachment by parliament, the Financial Times said on its Web site, citing government officials and a member of his circle. A deal had been brokered between Musharraf and members
Russian troops searched selected cities, forests and fields in Georgia looking for military equipment left behind by Georgian forces. In Moscow, Russia's foreign minister declared Georgia could "forget about" regaining its 2 separatist
Georgia's president said Thursday that a column of Russian tanks and other vehicles was moving toward the country's second-largest city, and that Russian forces already control a third of Georgian territory. [Cry wolf too many times ....]
In the Reagan years, the National Endowment for Democracy was created as a cold war tool. Today NED is a neocon-controlled agent for US world hegemony. It functions to pour money and election-rigging into former parts of the Soviet Union
Report on Memri TV and footage compiled of brainwashing Muslim children to hate the west. Very disturbing footage. For more information, visit memritv.org [Effectively a CBN ad for MemriTV, but I thought it interesting.]
The truth behind who is primarily responsible for the bloodshed unfolding in South Ossetia and surrounding areas has been buried by the western corporate media. Georgian forces, with a green light from NATO and the support of American and Ukrainian m
The United States is sending fresh supplies of weapons to Georgia from its base in the Jordanian port of Aqabah. That’s according to the Israeli newspaper – Maariv. The paper says the US began flying weapons from the transport hub on Saturday.
With the fragile truce in Georgia on the brink of collapse Wednesday, President Bush announced that the United States had begun a humanitarian aid mission there and said Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would go to the region to work for a settlem
It was a claim that could have [and did] provoked a dangerous Kremlin response: The United States is readying to take over airports and ports in the former Soviet republic of Georgia. The claim, by U.S.-backed Georgia President Mikhail Saakashvili
Last Thursday the hyperactive and frequently volatile Georgian leader began an adventure that those more experienced in the arts of military provocation could have advised him was likely to have just one outcome. Four days later, with his forces pumm
Scrambling to find ways to punish Russia for its invasion of pro-Western Georgia, the United States and its allies are considering expelling Moscow from an exclusive club of wealthy nations and canceling an upcoming joint NATO-Russia military exercis
The anti-Russian bias of the Western media is really something to behold: "Russia Invades Georgia," "Russia Attacks Georgia," and variations thereof have been some of the choice headlines reporting events in the Caucasus, but the
If there were any doubts, the last week has confirmed that Mr. Putin, who became prime minister this spring after eight years as president, is running Russia, not his successor, President Dmitri A. Medvedev. And Mr. Putin is at last able to find reli
Eyewitness testimony from fleeing Ossetians stating that soldiers with USA markings found among the dead Georgian forces. This bears correct with the news of “Operation Immediate Response”
Georgian Minister Temur Yakobashvili praised Israel for its role in training Georgian troops. "Israel should be proud of its military, which trained Georgian soldiers," Yakobashvili, referring to a private Israeli group Georgia had hired.
Russian forces seized several towns and a military base deep in western Georgia on Monday, opening a second front in the fighting. Georgia's president said his country had been effectively cut in half with the capture of the main east-west highwa
The websites of Georgia's government have been under denial-of-service attacks for weeks, with Russian hackers fingered as the culprits. Those online assaults have only intensified in recent days, as a shooting war between the two countries has b
Georgia Police Were Assisted By Americans to Help Declare Martial Law Financially with high tech Defenses against the people.
Russia expanded its attacks on Georgia on Sunday, moving tanks and troops through the separatist enclave of South Ossetia and advancing toward the city of Gori in central Georgia, in its first direct assault on a Georgian city with ground forces duri
On Sunday, Vice President Dick Cheney said that "Russian aggression must not go unanswered, and that its continuation would have serious consequences for its relations with the United States." [Only we are allowed to invade and bomb nations
Georgian troops have poured into South Ossetia and the Georgian president has appealed to the international community for assistance. Russian troops have been shown on Russia's television channels being treated in hospital, and claim that 15 of t