Vladimir Platov

U.S. Army: defenders of peace or criminals? Part 1

Recently, scattered around the world, the 865 U.S. military bases have become the epicenter of blatant violence, crimes and scandals. According to an investigation by Stringerskim International Bureau of Investigation (SBRM, instead of the declared...

U.S. drones – a threat to civilian life

On the same day in April of 2013, when at the Boston Marathon terrorists detonated two bombs that killed three and injured 200 people, 55 people were killed and some 250 were wounded due to Washington’s use of U.S. drones in Iraq (in Kirkut, Tikrit and a few...

Hamid Karzai and the U.S.A.

The closer we come to the presidential elections in Afghanistan, scheduled for April 5 of this year, and the planned withdrawal of international forces from the country, the worse the U.S.-Afghan relations become. The situation is becoming more and more difficult.

India-US: The Crisis is Here to Stay

The diplomatic row between India and the United States that is going back to the end of the last year when the U.S. authorities decided to arrest the Indian vice-consul in New York Devyani Khobragade- is miles away from being over. India...

Do “Colour Revolutions” Happen Spontaneously?

For over 3 years countries of the Arab world have lived under the influence of “revolutions” which have shaken the political foundations of a number of states in the region, bringing about a change in the ruling elite and the emergence of new political parties and movements. Among local - and...

Growth of International Terrorist Threat from Syria

It seems that the international community has finally listened to the warnings voiced by the most sensible of its members and realized that the biggest threat to Europe and the United States comes not from the current regime in Damascus, that they directed considerable...

India-US: The American Immunity

Relations between India and the U.S. continue deteriorating after the discriminatory actions the U.S. authorities have taken in the regard of the Indian vice-consul Devyani Khobragade, that was arrested despite the fact that she was an official Indian representative to the UN. In response...

Algeria rushes into space

While a significant part of the Arab world has been forced to suffer the consequences of the so-called “Arab Spring” and radicalization of society, leading to increasing internal and external isolation, Algeria has made a bid for national creative accomplishments and strengthening of its international...

India and the US – a Strategic Partnership?

President Obama has recently called India one of the main partners of the United States in the 21st century, he also noted that India as a partner is of vital strategic importance to the U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific region and around the Globe. The United States is one of the leading

Libyan history lessons

Two years have passed since the United States and NATO carried out a force operation aimed at the change of regime in Libya. The war, which lasted for about eight months, had been proclaimed by Washington and its main allies in NATO – Britain and France – as the humanitarian intervention for...

The U.S. and Australia conduct surveillance in Asia

Amid the outbreak of scandal in the past few days regarding the NSA's total control of the European information space: from e-mail correspondences to wiretapping of political leaders and citizens of the EU, information about Washington's espionage activities in the countries...

More Israeli provocation against Syria

Despite the ongoing, painstaking work by the international community to mitigate the armed conflict in Syria, and to eliminate danger caused by chemical weapons in the region, the Israeli hawks continue to escalate the already volatile situation in the Middle East with their aggressive actions...