- Russia returns to the Middle East
- Netanyahu wants to solve the Iranian issue as it was done in syria
- Putin and Erdogan discussed Syria, Iraq and Nagorno Karabakh
- Moscow – Cairo: was there a breakthrough?
- The double standard as a policy tool
Success of Russian diplomacy in the Middle East in recent years has raised eyebrows among Western journalists, mixed with surprise. The Western Europe and U.S. leading media with ever increasing frequency issue publications under headings like 'Russia takes over the United States' functions in the Middle East' and 'Russia in the Middle East: Bear Returns..."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu following the talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the Iranian nuclear problem should be solved by analogy with the elimination of chemical weapons in Syria...
- 03.12.2013 17:59
The visit in Egypt of Russian Foreign Ministers Sergei Lavrov and Sergei Shoigu has generated a lot of versions of some 'renaissance' of relations between Moscow and Cairo. On returning to the days of the sixties and the period of 'the USSR's best Egyptian friend', Gamal Abdel Nasser...
Confidence in Russia - this is what the West is missing, above all, in its actions of building on the European continent of a united and indivisible security system. Hence is the escalation of international tensions, instability, uncertainty in relations between the states...