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Stanislav Byshok on Putin's inaugural address (RT Arabic)

Putin's inaugural address delivered on May 7 was a light version of his March address to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation. The May speech was more directed towards domestic policy issues, including overcoming bureaucracy and other internal ills, and less confrontational towards the West. Read more about Stanislav Byshok on Putin's inaugural address (RT Arabic)

Stanislav Byshok on necessity for Russia and West to cooperate in fighting terrorism (RT Arabic)

It's in vital interests of Russia, the West and the rest of the world to cooperate in fighting terrorism. One of the reasons impeding the collaboration is the very nature of international terrorism, which is by definition stateless, leaderless, devoid of a particular territory, borders, capital city, etc. Read more about Stanislav Byshok on necessity for Russia and West to cooperate in fighting terrorism (RT Arabic)

Stanislav Byshok on the Skripal affair (RT Arabic)

CIS-EMO political analyst Stanislav Byshok said there's not one chance that either Russia or Britain would admit responsibility for the assassination attempt on Sergei Skripal. "You simply can't imagine Theresa May coming to the Parliament and saying, Yes, in fact, it's been a provocation by our security services, we're very sorry", Byshok said.  Read more about Stanislav Byshok on the Skripal affair (RT Arabic)

Foreign media highlight President Zeman's re-election (Prague Daily Monitor)

Stanislav Byshok says Zeman sensed well Czechs' propensity for rightist populism, which was manifested in the last autumn general election, in which the "Czech Trump," billionaire businessman Andrej Babis, scored a triumph. Zeman supported Babis then, while Babis helped him be re-elected now. Read more about Foreign media highlight President Zeman's re-election (Prague Daily Monitor)

Byshok: Madrid will block any attempts by Barcelona

The possibility of establishing an independent, but at the same time being part of the EU, Catalonia is not seriously considered by anyone. Madrid will block any attempts by Barcelona towards EU membership. Read more about Byshok: Madrid will block any attempts by Barcelona

BYSHOK: In Russia we are united by the Russian language and culture

The primary bearers of Russian are ethnic Russians and peoples tied to them. Consequently, in the frameworks of Russia, the study of Russian must not be limited by anything, including the imposed need to study "national" [non-Russian] languages of certain republics of the country. Read more about BYSHOK: In Russia we are united by the Russian language and culture

BYSHOK: La crise systémique de l’intégration européenne — l’évolution, les causes et les perspectives

The article "The systematic crisis of the European intergation: evolution, causes, prospects" by CIS-EMO political analyst Stanislav Byshok was published in French-language magazine "Sans Frontières" (July-August 2017 issue), of which Mr. Byshok is a member of the editorial board.  Read more about BYSHOK: La crise systémique de l’intégration européenne — l’évolution, les causes et les perspectives

Why is Ukraine Offering Alternative to Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline Project?

For the United States which is willing to increase its own liquefied gas exports under President Trump, Russia remains a competitor on the European gas market. And if the Americans press more on their European partners, Russian projects will be stalled. Read more about Why is Ukraine Offering Alternative to Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline Project?

CIS-EMO: The U.S. is eager to remain involved in European affairs

The main goal of the Americans is simply to be in, rather than achieve any real improvements. There are many proposals coming from Poroshenko, Macron and others, including those about the new format of negotiations, about new agreements conserning the Donbass conflict. Read more about CIS-EMO: The U.S. is eager to remain involved in European affairs

CIS-EMO: Kiev sees any action by Russia as plot against Ukraine

From an ideological standpoint, post-Maidan Ukraine is very Russophobic and no matter what Russia does is interpreted there as anti-Ukrainian. As for Nord Stream 2 or other energy projects being implemented by Russia, they are aimed at diversifying relations with our Western European partners. Read more about CIS-EMO: Kiev sees any action by Russia as plot against Ukraine

US-Demanded EU Anti-Russia Sanctions Aim at Dividing Traditional Europe

The United States seeks to divide traditional Europe, which Russia is part of, by forcing EU member states to impose restrictive measures on Moscow, member of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO) Johann Gudenus said Thursday, adding that the European Union's compliance with US demands highlights the bloc's weakness and dependence on Washington. Read more about US-Demanded EU Anti-Russia Sanctions Aim at Dividing Traditional Europe

"Paranoide con delirios y megalomanía": Psiquiatras de EE.UU. 'diagnostican' a Trump (SPANISH)

Algunos especialistas creen que el líder estadounidense es "peligroso" y no está capacitado para el cargo. Otros, en cambio, creen poco profesional hacer diagnósticos médicos sin hacer un tratamiento. Read more about "Paranoide con delirios y megalomanía": Psiquiatras de EE.UU. 'diagnostican' a Trump (SPANISH)

Les USA et le Royaume-Uni étaient au courant des massacres de Juifs dès 1942 (FRENCH)

Quelque 70 ans après la Second Guerre mondiale, l’Onu a rendu publiques des archives uniques en leur genre. Elles confirment que l’existence des crimes de guerre nazis ainsi que des camps de concentration avaient été prouvés dès 1942. Read more about Les USA et le Royaume-Uni étaient au courant des massacres de Juifs dès 1942 (FRENCH)

Stanislav Byshok: Danger of a nuclear Iran is overestimated

Of course, everyone understands that Iran, and of course North Korea, will never attack anyone. Nevertheless, in order to maintain a public consensus, Iran, North Korea and Russia are used as bogeymen. Read more about Stanislav Byshok: Danger of a nuclear Iran is overestimated

Hitchens: Amid the bombs of Aleppo, all you can hear are the lies (DAILY MAIL)

For reasons that I find it increasingly hard to understand or excuse, much of the British media refer to these Al Qaeda types coyly as ‘rebels’ (David Cameron used to call them ‘moderates’). But if they were in any other place in the world, including Birmingham or Belmarsh, they would call them extremists, jihadis, terrorists and fanatics.  Read more about Hitchens: Amid the bombs of Aleppo, all you can hear are the lies (DAILY MAIL)

Donald J. Trump's Gettysburg promises

Gettysburg, PA: Today, in historic Gettysburg, PA, Donald J. Trump presented a game-changing plan for his first 100 days in office. This revolutionary “Contract with the American Voter” will ensure that America’s economy is revitalized and citizens are protected. Read more about Donald J. Trump's Gettysburg promises

Stanislav Byshok: Pour l’Europe, mais contre l’Union européenne - nouvelles tendances dans l’Ancien Monde (FRENCH)

The article "For Europe but against the EU: New trends of the Old World" by CIS-EMO political analyst Stanislav Byshok was published in francophone magazine Sans Frontières (September 2016 issue), of which Mr. Byshok has recently become an editor.  Read more about Stanislav Byshok: Pour l’Europe, mais contre l’Union européenne - nouvelles tendances dans l’Ancien Monde (FRENCH)

Stanislav Byshok on Hillary Clinton's foreign policy

CIS-EMO political analyst Stanislav Byshok took part in The Heat talk show on CCTV-America wherein Hillary Clinton's foreign policy was discussed. According to Byshok, if Clinton is elected president of the U.S., it's not easy to predict what her foreign policy would be. She's served for four years as the Secretary of State; and during her term, the world saw the destruction of the Libyan statehood, the Arab Spring which brought about the rise of Islamic fundamentalism, and - last not least - ISIS appeared on the stage. Read more about Stanislav Byshok on Hillary Clinton's foreign policy

Stanislav Byshok: Russia can become a global peacemaker, not a policeman

They say that US foreign policy is very clumsy, stupid, and is based on some unverified data. But the US can afford to, after the 3-year long intervention, say "sorry, something went wrong", and leave the country. And we can't allow that to happen. That's why the Russians have to be smarter and not use numerous military bases, but diplomacy to resolve conflicts Read more about Stanislav Byshok: Russia can become a global peacemaker, not a policeman

NYT: Ukraine’s Unyielding Corruption

Corruption has been pervasive in Ukraine since independence, fed by close-knit ties between politicians and oligarchs and a weak justice system. The protests in 2014 that led to the removal of President Viktor Yanukovych were largely fueled by popular fury at his monumental corruption and abuse of power. Read more about NYT: Ukraine’s Unyielding Corruption

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