Georgia-Russia Conflict: Moscow Challenges America's Global and Regional Authority
Huffington Post / Omid Memarian
15-Aug-2008 (one comment)

Russia is a major provider of nuclear and missile technology to Iran and Syria. Just a few month ago Russia vetoed a U.S. backed resolution against Zimbabwe, regarding its latest presidential elections.  Yet the United States accused Russia of something that it does on a regular basis. "Regime change" is a very well-known part of the U.S. foreign policy; people in Washington pursue it in different ways, from Latin America, to Iraq and Afghanistan, and --- if they could -- Iran. Some regime changes are successful; some are not and have disastrous consequences. Seymour Hersh's recent article on the United States' support of armed groups fighting against the Iranian government is the latest example of this kind of foreign policy.  Russians politics, on the other hand, has a tough, rough and pre-internet style.  The fact is that the United States ignores the role of international organizations and pursues a systematic doub... >>>

recommended by News Goffer



The bear is out

by Ali reza (not verified) on

After the humiliating defeat that Russia had that led to the breakup of communists and independence of many countries that was once under the Russian control the Russian bear is out of hibernation and is showing its claws .Putin may not be the Russian president but he is still much in control of the country.He is not happy with the fact that Russia has no say in the world affairs and wants to show USA that they still have power.