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MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM PUZZLE IN THE SHADOW OF RUSSIAN-USA-NATO RELATIONSHIP(3.07.2012)

Missile Defense System Puzzle in the Shadow of Russian-USA-NATO Relationship

In 1999 and 2001, the National Intelligence Council stated that Iran could develop an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) capable of reaching the United States by 2015. In recent years, U.S. government agencies have affirmed those estimates, arguing that “Iran could have long-range missiles capable of reaching to U.S. and Europe before 2015” and proposed U.S. missile defense assets in Europe to defend the U.S. and Europe against long-range ballistic missile threats emanating from the Middle East.”It is impossible to forget about the existence of the enormous cold war nuclear stockpiles. As long as they exist, each side has no enemy but the other side’s nuclear arsenal. ...


BRICS: FRIENDS TOGETHER AGAINST WHOM?(3.07.2012)

BRICS: friends Together Against Whom?

Against the background of the events in Syria, the election campaigns in France and the USA and the situation around Iran, what analysts see as quite an important event – the fourth summit of the BRICS countries in India – went by unnoticed.The reason for a certain restraint in the coverage of the summit in the world media was the closed nature and informal context of the meetings and secret discussions of questions of an economic and political nature. BRICS is a group of five rapidly developing countries comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and the South African Republic. Actual cooperation within the framework of the organization began in September 2006 when, at ...


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