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The summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which was the subject of our journal today, surprised and even to some extent amused many. With a light hand, the SCO journalists who were present at it were even called almost a counterbalance to NATO. Of course, the North Atlantic Alliance is very annoying to Russia, and in many cases Russia is irritated rightly. Only now it is not clear why Moscow needed to so defiantly rely on the "support" of the countries of Central Asia. Of course, Vladimir Putin "flexed his muscles" and put the old bombers back on alert. The move in the style of a PR company is magnificent. It seems that the house of balzakovsk age and retired lieutenant colonels, soaked with pride and charm of the president, seem to be so full of pride and charm.

One thing is unclear why to deprive the joys of communication with the United States and Europe, for example, Kyrgyzstan, which is not going to and will never fight with anyone (it was more than enough for the Batken event), but who really needs foreign loans. Which, by the way, are needed by the rest of the region. Is Russia able to replace these financial donors? It is unlikely if she does not have enough money even for her own necessary national projects. Let Russia and China face NATO. In any case, Beijing with its one and a half billion population is not afraid of any war. And to attract to our side in the obviously losing game of weaker and poorer partners, it is simply not decent somehow and even, I would say, inhumane. And on the part of these very “junior partners” their behavior looks stupid at all. Or clever ...
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Alisher Taksanov
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08.09.2007, Uzbekistan, Tashkent
Dimka, would be next - would put the beer for such a good material. It could be expanded. Although brevity - the sister of talent. Keep it up!
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