Here We Go Again: Syrian Deja Vu

The recent escalation in Syria, with the US attacking for the first time directly the Syrian territory, has taken many by surprise and confusion. To some commentators, is the sign of the unpredictability of Donald Trump, for others the continuous with a policy always directed to the change of regimes, for others more is the … Continue reading Here We Go Again: Syrian Deja Vu

Maths is not an opinion: Ob : Ne = Pu : Ua

Politics is a science and often is described as an art, but generally cannot escape the harsh and crude judgement that reality and history, through facts, expose in front of us. We can debate on how we arrive to certain conclusions and how a fact unfolded, but that will not change the fact itself in … Continue reading Maths is not an opinion: Ob : Ne = Pu : Ua

The Ukrainian Crisis: When Moscow plays in being the West

The Ukrainian crisis, as we have seen already, has a domestic and an international dimension, both being the reason of the unrest and probably of its solution. While western and eastern Ukraine uses nationalism and ethnic factors to justify their struggle, the West and Russia act in a common ground of a “fake paternalism” that … Continue reading The Ukrainian Crisis: When Moscow plays in being the West

Ukraine Crisis: A Western crash test dummy against a Russian wall

Ukraine is fighting for its unity, and most likely survival, but whether the current military action is an anti-terror operation or a war, a fact is clear: Ukraine is heading towards disaster unless a diplomatic and peaceful solution will be found. The problem for Ukraine is that the new Kiev government and the Eastern rebellious … Continue reading Ukraine Crisis: A Western crash test dummy against a Russian wall

Ukraine: Europeanism Utopia and Russia’s Security Paranoia

The Ukrainian protests against government's decision to not sign an EU agreement melted in just few days, but was it really only an internal matter or was just another episode of the saga Putin vs West? It is now clear that was never at stake the interest of the Ukrainian people but political gains and economic benefits … Continue reading Ukraine: Europeanism Utopia and Russia’s Security Paranoia

The US-Russia Syrian Plan: A System Restore

The recent US-Russia plan on Syria chemical weapons, approved unanimously at the UN Security Council, has been hailed as a step forward in the resolution of this bloody civil war and at the same time as a milestone of international diplomacy. In reality what represent this plan? Is it really a convergence on a humanitarian and … Continue reading The US-Russia Syrian Plan: A System Restore

The Russian Elections: Putin back to his old job

PM Vladimir Putin, and ex Russian president in the past for 2 terms, has won. Is that a news? Obviously not. The Russian Elections were expected to finish in this way well before the 04th of March and the reason is in the Russian politics itself. Mr Putin’s victory was never in doubt, achieved at … Continue reading The Russian Elections: Putin back to his old job