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Don’t think that women bring peace2010-07-05 11:09
The king chooses his retinue that eventually makes the king. As old as the world. Obama formed a nice team that fulfills his projects without discrediting the leader. If you want to know what your partner for cooperation has in store, keep a keen eye on his FM or Secretary of State if in the States. And things will be clear. Russian president's visit to the USA and "brotherly hugs" are mere delusion for Moscow. Speaking seriously, Hillary Clinton's visit is really alarming.
According to official information, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip around Eastern Europe will be dedicated to discussion of issues pending after the armed conflict between Russia and Georgia as well as the unresolved dispute over Nagorny Karabakh between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Hillary Clinton will do Poland, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia on her 5-day visit - the first trip of the current secretary of state to Caucasus since inauguration. She will be able to personally meet with the leaders of these states to find out what they think about ongoing territorial disputes that hinder political growth of the ex Soviet republics.
Remarkably, Russia is not even mentioned. How can problems of these regions be studied without Russia's position or without consulting Russia at least? As the author understands, Lavrov may very well relax. This is either a political provocation or a desire to stir tension on our borders. However, the actors for the show have been hired already. Recently US policies on Georgia have been noticeably more active, chairman of Georgian parliament David Bakradze believes. These efforts may do our country a lot of good, Bakradze thinks.
USA calling on Russia to stop occupation of Georgia was welcomed in Tbilisi with great enthusiasm. Firstly, because the White house used the word for the first time. Secondly, it provides grounds to believe that other countries started to acknowledge Russia's invasion in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili was pleased to remark that the assault on his country was officially recognized at the international level. According to his information parliaments of different states are now considering resolutions on Georgia's occupied territories. Georgian politologists think that the White House's statement reconfirms USA's role as Georgia's closest partner committed to its territorial integrity and all discussions that Washington will give up Georgia for the sake of cooperation with Moscow is just idle talk.
Meanwhile, right after that the USA made another statement on Georgia calling on Russia to comply with 2008 ceasefire and respect Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty. As Phillip Gordon, Deputy Secretary of State, stated the problem of Georgia's conflict territories can't be solved in a military way. According to him, when Georgia becomes a more democratic and prospering country, Abkhazia's and South Ossetia's population will gladly agree to be part of Georgia. "We respect Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity and we call on Russia to abide by its commitments in the August, 2008 ceasefire, which not only called for the nonuse of force and an end to hostilities, but called upon the parties to move their military forces back to where they were before the conflict began. And that hasn't been done", - Hillary Clinton's deputy said.
Over the past few days the USA have boosted policies on Georgia though this revitalization, as some monitors think might be part of that intricate political game between the USA and Russia in which Russia is "losing points". Indeed, why not play on such a fat geopolitical piece?