Posted on 29/05/2009 by matisak
Is it possible to stop the “Dear Leader” Kim Jong-il?
Filed under: Asia, Military, North Korea, Politics, Security | Tagged: Bruce Klingner, James Auer, James Hoare, Kim Jong-il, North Korea, Security policy, Sheila Smith, The Heritage Foundation | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 24/05/2009 by matisak
Posted on 20/05/2009 by matisak
Posted on 18/05/2009 by matisak
Posted on 17/05/2009 by matisak
Posted on 15/05/2009 by matisak
And why are they so radical.
Filed under: Afghanistan, Asia, History, Politics, Security | Tagged: Abdulaziz Sachedina, Afghanistan, al-Qaeda, Pakistan, Robert Canfield, Taliban, Terrorism, War on Terror | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 14/05/2009 by matisak
And what about Pakistan?
Filed under: Afghanistan, Asia, Intelligence, Military, Politics, Security, Terrorism | Tagged: Afghanistan, al-Qaeda, Andrew Legon, James Revill, Pakistan, Peter Dahl Thruelsen, Security policy, Shuja Nawaz, Taliban, Terrorism, War on Terror | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 13/05/2009 by matisak
Posted on 10/05/2009 by matisak
It’s the Eastern Partnership of European Union. EU launched this project on 7 May and involved countries are: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics, Russia | Tagged: Dominik Tolksdorf, Eastern Partnership, EU foreign policy, EU politics, European Union, London School of Economics (LSE), Margot Light, Russia, Russia foreign policy | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 07/05/2009 by matisak
What would be a strategy of Margaret Thatcher.
Filed under: Economics, Europe, Politics, UK politics | Tagged: British politics, George Jones, London School of Economics (LSE), Margaret Thatcher, Nicholas Randall, Peter Snowdon, Steven Fielding, United Kingdom | Leave a Comment »