China ready to cooperate with SCO member states in fight against terrorism, drug trafficking

China is ready to cooperate with other countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in fight against terrorism, drug trafficking and transnational organized crime; to deepen cooperation in security sector; as well as to make every effort to prevent security threats and challenges, Deputy Minister of Public Security of China Huang Ming said.

RUSSIAN MILITARY ACTIVITY AT THE BORDER OF UKRAINE RISING

Last week, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen paid an official visit Britain. As noted in the materials posted on the organization's website, during this visit, Rasmussen met with Prime Minister David Cameron and Foreign Minister William Hague and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond. Head of the North Atlantic Alliance also made sharp statements against Russia.

Romania Convinces Ukraina In Hazard From Transnistria

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Events in Ukraine turned the first time since World War II the center of the former Soviet Union in the field of battle can create behind Moldova and Transnistria hostile Moscow space. And to prevent the victory in the upcoming November 30 parliamentary elections in Moldova supporters Eurasian integration and the Customs Union. Armed conflict in Ukraine may weaken, isolate or even eliminate Transnistria as a state in which Washington and its allies see only outpost of Russia. Naturally, the civil war in Ukraine complicates the situation of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic (TMR).

Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union moves south: the case of Kyrgyzstan

By Fabio Belafatti

For some former Soviet countries, the decision to align with Russia is not a matter of competing geopolitical strategies: it’s a necessity dictated by economic reasons and by Moscow’s massive blackmailing power. One such case is Kyrgyzstan, in Central Asia. This however does not mean that joining the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union is necessarily bad. For some states, including Kyrgyzstan itself, the risks of being “left behind” are just too big to be ignored.