Posted on 28/07/2009 by matisak
Posted on 27/07/2009 by matisak
Very unlikely. Moldova will hold early parliemanetary elections on 29th July, 2009.
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: Elena Gnedina, Florent Parmentier, Moldova, Nadia Dincovici, Romania | 1 Comment »
Posted on 26/07/2009 by matisak
Posted on 25/07/2009 by matisak
Did the member of Cambridge Five really regret the spying for Stalin?
Filed under: Europe, History, Intelligence, Security | Tagged: Anthony Blunt, Cambridge Five, Cold War, Donald Maclean, Intelligence, John Cairncross, Kim Philby, Nigel West, Richard Aldrich | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 20/07/2009 by matisak
Posted on 17/07/2009 by matisak
Why is he the Supreme Leader of Iran? Ayatollah Khamenei was born on July 17th, 1939 (according to his Office).
Filed under: Europe, History, Iran, Middle East, Politics | Tagged: Ayatollah Khamenei, Iraj Bashiri, Iran, James Goode, Jamsheed Choksy, Mark Sedgwick | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 15/07/2009 by matisak
I have asked Vahan Dilanyan, President of Political Developments Research Center in Yerevan, to write an article for Slovak magazine Euro-Atlantic Quarterly. He was very kind and he agreed. His piece was published in Slovak in 2/2009 edition and you can find it here in English.
Filed under: Asia, Europe, North America, Politics, Russia, US foreign policy | Tagged: Armenia, Barack Obama, Russia, Turkey, United States, US foreign policy | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 14/07/2009 by matisak
Posted on 07/07/2009 by matisak
Posted on 05/07/2009 by matisak