Captured Soldiers Not OSCE Observers As Claimed: Schneider A Soldier From German Defense Forces By Christof Lehmann

30 April 2014 — 4th Media

Captured Soldiers Not OSCE Observers as Claimed: Germany and Russia Held Talks

The eight captured men in the Ukrainian city Slaviansk are not OSCE observers, affirmed OSCE official Claus Neukirch. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier spoke with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov on Monday, to discuss Moscow’s possibilities to intervene on behalf of the 4 German, 1 Danish, 1 Polish, 1 Czech and 1 Swedish soldiers who were arrested in civilian clothing, in a vehicle displaying the OSCE name. The men are being accused of espionage. Continue reading

Will Ukraine have any borders by 2015?

30 April 2014 — Oriental Review

Earlier this month Ukraine border service officials “significantly restricted” entry of adult males from Russia. Unsurprisingly, this human rights violation went almost unnoticed by international HR organizations. Ghetto-style segregation in the 21th century is a sad reality on a territory of chaos and violence, formerly known as Ukrainian Republic.

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US policy in Eurasia: Full-Spectrum Subversion By Mark HACKARD (USA)

27 April 2014— Soul of the East

What do postmodern exhibitionists, Islamic holy warriors and marauding ultra-nationalists share in common? Seemingly little, aside from the fact that these bizarre bedfellows are the star assets of US policy in Eurasia. And despite their use of very different tactics, they all are tasked with the same mission: to undermine Russia, the only great power consistently opposed to American hegemony.

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