Link-uri 3 sept 2008

Russia says U.S. support for Georgia a mistake

NATO must show it ready to defend Baltics – US envoy

FEATURE-Georgia crisis raises hopes in Moldovan rebel region

Medvedev regrets EU summit decision on Georgia

FEATURE-Returning to Russian valuations: Politicophobia
Russian shares have lost about a third of their value since hitting record highs in May. Russian and Western bank analysts polled by Reuters have cut forecasts for Russia’s gold and foreign exchange reserves.

As much as $25 billion in foreign capital may have left Russia since the Georgia conflict started, they said: while their growth forecasts were little changed at 7.5 percent, the crisis sharply cut the liquidity of the banking system.

REFILE-After Georgian war, Russia seeks peace in Moldova

U.S. to announce $1 billion aid for Georgia: official

China could gain from Russian moves on Georgia

Link-uri 2 sept 2008

Romania in island dispute with Ukraine

Basescu: Romania will not demand EU sanctions against Moscow

Romania fata in fata cu Ucraina la Haga: Prima zi de proces

Bogdan Aurescu in fata CIJ

ANALYSIS: Older weapons’ efficacy evident in Georgia conflict

Ukraine, NATO start military drills in Poland

No business as usual with Russia, says Poland’s PM

Link-uri 1 sept 2008

Russia support for Georgia separatists could have global ripples among breakaway regions

Eastern European Leaders Call for Russia Pullout of Georgia

Poland and Germany together for Georgia – Gazeta Wyborcza

Rusia doreste schimbarea presedintelui georgian

Russia warns will respond to “aggression”

Georgia crisis defined new Russian policy – Lavrov

Gazprom to shut off gas to Germany, Poland for repairs

Ukrainians to stay out of Russia-Georgia strife-poll

Russia signals troop withdrawal in Georgia-Merkel

US welcomes Europeans in Russia-Georgia dispute

EU, Dependent on Russian Energy, Balks at Georgia War Sanctions

EU’s show of unity over Georgia

 Georgia conflict rattles investors

Georgia Splits the Kremlin – articol FOARTE interesant!!!


Link-uri 31 aug 2008

Bombs kill at least 2 Russian soldiers in Chechnya

G8 should temporarily exclude Russia – Merkel ally

Link-uri 30 aug 2008

Kremlin announces that South Ossetia will join ‘one united Russian state’

Harried investors in retreat from Russia

Lukyanov Explains Why Moscow Doubled Its Strategic Bet in Georgia

We need a new Checkpoint Charlie

Beware the bear trap

Russia seeks to ease fears over oil supplies

Russia’s one step too far

Bulgarian FM calls stronger EU pressure on Russia

Turkey threatens curbs as trade row escalates – relatiie tensionate intre Turcia si Rusia datorita faptului ca turcii au lasat navele NATO sa intre in Marea Neagra

Bulgaria Pushes Nabucco Pipeline – harta cu retele de gazoducte din Rusia catre Europa

Borrowing Costs Increase Sharply For Russian Firms

Russia calls for more observers in Georgia

Ukraine Not Russian `Target’ After Georgia Dispute (Update1) 


Link-uri 30 aug 2008

Moscow’s Moves in Georgia Spark Calls for Recognition of Captive Nations in Russia
Tot mai multe republici din Federatia Rusa tind spre independenta

Moscow Fears Public Support for its Georgian Policy May Soften as Western Sanctions Bite

What Russia will do next
e-amil catre Putin din partea Serviciului de Informatii Extern al Rusiei

The cost for Russia
After years of cultivating xenophobic sentiment and persuading Russians that they face an enemy, the Kremlin had prepared the population psychologically for war. That, says Boris Dubin, a sociologist, is why Russia’s propaganda fell on fertile ground. In the public mind, he claims, the cause of the war is to be found in “America’s expansionist plans and desire to establish control over Russia’s neighbours.”

South Ossetia is not Kosovo

Link-uri 28 aug 2008

Russia faces diplomatic isolation on Georgia

Russia’s Asia allies fail to back Georgia action

Asian alliance snubs Russian plea for support

Belarus has no more to say on Georgian regions-source