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DIFFERENT OPINIONS

The opinions expressed by the authors of the articles in this section are for discussion purposes only and may not coincide with the position of the Russian Government and the Embassy

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16.04.2014 - Russia without the West? (by Fyodor Lukyanov, Editor in chief of the journal Russia in Global Affairs, Chairman of Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy)

Historically important moments occur unexpectedly. Events that do not seem crucial by themselves can become turning points. The Ukrainian conflict which started as a result of Kiev’s refusal to sign the European Union Association Agreement ­– a technical 400-page legal document – nearly brought about the disintegration of the Ukrainian state while precipitating a grand international crisis.


11.04.2014 - Russia and the west are trading places on freedom of speech (by Dmitry Kiselev for The Guardian 10.04.2014)

EU calls me 'Putin's chief propagandist', yet in Russia journalists are free to tackle difficult issues without fear of state sanction


29.03.2014 - Yes, There Are Bad Guys in the Ukrainian Government. It's time for a frank conversation about some of the unsavory characters in Kiev

BY ANDREW FOXALL , OREN KESSLER MARCH 18, 2014


29.03.2014 - Putin Has Nuclear Economic Bomb-Jim Sinclair

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release)


06.03.2014 - Russia needs to defend its interests with an iron fist (by Karaganov S.A., Dean of the School of International Economics and Foreign Affairs of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (NRU HSE)

The Ukraine crisis has exposed the failure of post-cold war policies. The disintegration of the Soviet Union was not viewed as a defeat by the Russian people, but the west treats Russia as a defeated nation all the same. President Vladimir Putin has been trying to bring together most of the countries of the former Soviet Union in an economic alliance.


05.03.2014 - Princeton Prof. Stephen Cohen: Putin 'Didn't Create' Crisis, 'Had No Choice but to React' (by William Bigelow (http://www.breitbart.com))

On CNN, Fareed Zakaria interviewed Princeton and NYU professor Stephen Cohen about his article in The Nation this week in which he argues that Vladamir Putin is not the "neo-imperialist thug" he is accused of being.


10.02.2014 - Olympic criticism offends all Russians (The Guardian, Sunday 9 February 2014)

Can we please see an end to the publication of hysterical, hypocritical and at times frankly racist protests about Russian treatment of LGBT people?


09.02.2014 - 83 states worse on gays than Russians ("The Sun" newspaper)

The first action is about to get underway at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia — if the entire city has not been blown up by berserk Muslim terrorists, or gay-rights activists.


07.02.2014 -

Marie Laure Brunet: "The biathlon track is great" France’s Marie Laure Brunet is looking forward to the 2014 Sochi biathlon competition. She said that she liked the biathlon track very much.


28.01.2014 - ETHNOS: NORMS AND VALUES IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION

Scientific conference. London, October 14, 2013


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