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STUTTGART, Germany While there is no sign that NATO is girding for a military confrontation, Russias intervention in Ukraine could pull Europe off Americas strategic back burner as Western leaders confront what some are calling Europes biggest crisis in a generation.
Europe is without a doubt in the sharpest crisis since the (Berlin) Wall came down, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told reporters on Monday ahead of meetings in Brussels. Twenty-five years after the end of the confrontation, the danger of a new division of Europe is real. Daily, the situation in Ukraine intensifies further.
Indeed, Russias deployment of troops in Ukraine could prompt the very thing Russian President Vladimir Putin has long wanted to avoid: renewed U.S. focus on the security challenges in Europe.
For two decades the Pentagon has steadily been drawing down its forces on the Continent, arguing that such a strong presence was no longer needed after the end of the Cold War and dissolution of the Soviet-led Warsaw Pact military alliance.
In eastern Europe, former Warsaw Pact members that now belong to NATO are watching the events in Ukraine unfold with alarm as old Cold War anxieties intensify. Long leery of the Obama administrations reset with Russia, Polish parliamentarian Witold Waszczykowski said on Monday he would like to see NATO deploy military assets to Poland which shares a border with Ukraine in a show of support. Just as NATO now has troops in Turkey to protect its ally from possible missile incursions from Syria, the alliance should bolster support for Poland, Waszczykowski said.
We hope for this kind of support right now, Waszczykowski said by phone. Not because we have an immediate threat, but we are frightened. We at least need some kind of reconnaissance support to monitor what is going on beyond our border.
The Obama administration and its European allies are now facing a host of challenges as they attempt to persuade Russian President Vladimir Putin to reverse course while also reassuring eastern European allies. Putin has ignored calls from the West to pull out of Ukraine even as he faces potential economic sanctions and other measures aimed at isolating Russia.
But beyond diplomatic and economic penalties, the West sees few options.
Some U.S. lawmakers say the Obama administration should restore a scrapped missile defense plan for Europe that called for long-range interceptors in Poland. In 2013, Obama scaled back U.S. missile defense plans on the continent in a move that critics decried as a capitulation to Russian concerns.
Russia backed Obama down. If I were President Obama, I would re-engage Poland and the Czech Republic regarding missile defense, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, Sunday said on CNN.
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Russia’s new political-military bloc, the Collective Security Treaty Organization, has been widely criticized for its inaction in the face of real threats to security in the region that it covers, most recently when fighting broke out between CSTO member states Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. But it’s rare that the organization has had to explain itself: it operates, for the most part, in countries where the press doesn’t often challenge authority figures. But when Yevgeniy Denisenko of Kyrgyzstan newspaper Vecherniy Bishkek interviewed the CSTO’s secretary general, Nikolay Bordyuzha, he actually asked the question that outside observers of the organization have been asking:
Denisenko: However, threats to stability in the CSTO do not come only from outside, but from inside, too. It is sufficient to recall the events in the Kazakh town of Zhanaozen [the riots of December 2011], the conflict on the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border [in 2010] and the current incident involving the use of weapons on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border. Does it not seem to you that concentrating on foreign dangers, the CSTO is underestimating the internal risks?
Bordyuzha: There are questions that should be solved bilaterally. The Kyrgyz-Tajik incident is one of them. That was a border incident and no-one except these two states themselves and those responsible for the demarcation and delimitation of the border, can solve this question. It is another matter that the CSTO can act as a mediator, which is what we are doing. This role involves providing the platform for a deeper discussion of the problems that have emerged.
Denisenko: However, in this case we are talking about colleague countries, CSTO members.
Bordyuzha: I am sometimes surprised that the CSTO is expected to deal with various developments of this kind. Well, for example, a criminal shootout took place in the Tajik town of Khorugh. And immediately articles appear asking “why is the CSTO not intervening?” Or, when something else takes place in another CSTO country, “why is the CSTO silent?” In such cases, I ask myself: why no one accuses NATO, for example, of not working with Turkey on the problem of the Kurds? Or, on the border problems that are emerging, for example, between Hungary and Poland, and so on? No one tries to get NATO involved in such problems in any way. They say that the CSTO should deal with everything. But if we start intervening in the domestic affairs [of CSTO member states], then, we will act like the police. The CSTO – let me emphasize it again – is there for ensuring security for our states. This is a delicate line which we try not to overstep. Moreover, the CSTO heads of state have not granted us this mandate, either.
(Translation via BBC Monitoring)
The comparison to NATO is especially interesting. Russian officials routinely question the existence of NATO, describing it (mostly correctly) as an outdated institution based on Cold War geopolitics. And yet, it’s the standard by which the CSTO should be judged? More broadly, it’s interesting that he draws a parallel to NATO at all. While outside observers often refer to it as a “NATO of the East” or even “Putin’s NATO”, CSTO and Russian officials don’t usually make that comparison.
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No one is surprised by various anomalous phenomena any more. Yet, the events that took place near the town of Gori (Georgia) surprised even seasoned researchers. Here strange characters emerge on the walls, and some otherworldly creature terrorizes not only adults but also children. Home owners believe that it is a ghost of a young lady.
Poltergeist began bothering the Okropiridze family fifteen years ago. Once, someone invisible cut a strand of their child’s hair. A year later, someone brought this hair to the boy’s mother Nato, and she heard a voice: “Do you remember this hair?”
A few months ago Nato’s husband brought into the house an icon given to him as a gift. Apparently, the ghost did not like it. After that silhouettes of grave crosses began appearing in the corner of one of the rooms. Once, an image of the Georgian flag with five crosses on it appeared. These symbols were captured on film by members of a local television crew that visited the house.
The head of the family Merab Okropiridze said that he saw an image of an unknown young lady with his own eyes. The ghost patted Merab on the shoulders and then disappeared into another room.
But these were relatively harmless pranks. Once, the ghost showed its evil nature by trying to kill Merab’s grandson. Nato decided to go into the bedroom but could not open the door as if it was locked from the inside. “I fell asleep in the front room,” said the woman. “I woke up and saw that my child was climbing up the wall. I said: “Lasha, Lasha, where are you going?” And he replied: “Rats are calling me to the roof.” What would happen if the mother did not see him?
After several unpleasant incidents the family was forced to move to their relatives’ house. TV reporters who came to shoot a story about poltergeists brought along a medium Irakli Shonia. He said that the spirit was not dangerous to humans, and the crosses that appeared on the walls even emitted good energy. However, the home owners were in no hurry to return to their home, at least until the house was sanctified.
Interestingly enough, Joseph Stalin (then Jugashvili) was born in Gori in 1879, and his house now hosting a museum is located in this city. Could it be connected in some way with a poltergeist in the house of Okropiridze? Paranormal phenomena are evidenced in many places associated with the name of Stalin. For example, not so long ago there was information about poltergeist in the house of the Cheremnikh family in Sochi, located next door to the former Stalin dacha. The building now hosts a prestigious resort. No one heard about any oddities there, but the rumors of a ghost of the leader roaming the neighborhood persist. The Cheremnikh family that recently moved to Sochi heard the rumors as well. Soon the family began to notice strange things in their house.
A chandelier hanging in the bedroom suddenly started moving up and down. The clock hands for no apparent reason jumped back an hour. Pictures on the walls started vibrating from time to time, and somehow one of them fell off the wall when no one was there. All these events scared the family so much that they decided to turn to a local psychic Alexander Osipov. He was showed a video with moving objects filmed by Lyudmila Cheremnikh. The psychic, however, has not found any otherworldly energy but advised to remove all sea-related items from the house.
The expert said that ordinary sea shells, thanks to their spiral shape, are capable of enhancing human bio-field waves. People’s sensory-emotional experience is increased, and it can occur even on a physical level. As for the “jumping” chandelier, according to Alexander, there is nothing mysterious here at all, and it was swinging moved by the air flow passing under the ceiling. It should be fixed better. The episodes with pictures and a clock are more difficult to explain. The sensitive house owner removed seashells from the house.
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I was terribly disheartened by this weeks mock eviction, the accompanying viewpoint and subsequent coverage by the Daily. While every government has flaws and Israel is certainly no exception the events of this past week presented a completely one-sided and misrepresented view of a complex and multifaceted issue. The Palestinian people have surely suffered and continue to suffer, but demonizing Israel as the sole cause of this suffering is dishonest and pushes us further from the ultimate goal of peace.
Particularly offensive was the claim that Israel is an apartheid state. South African Apartheid institutionalized racial segregation through a system entrenched by law. Not only does Israel not have any of the racist policies that were present in South Africa, but also it is the most diverse country in the region, with Arab citizens having full rights and playing an active role in the political process. In fact, incitement of racism or any discrimination based on race or religion is a criminal offense in Israel.
In a region of the world where women are treated as second-class citizens, the LGBTQ community is ostracized and a representative government is just a pipe dream, Israel stands alone as a beacon of tolerance, rights and democracy. I understand the concerns of the Palestinian community but portraying Israel as a country that disregards human rights is inaccurate.
I pray for a day where we finally see peace in the middle east but actions like this mock eviction only serve to spread hate and demonize one actor in an extremely complex conflict. Instead of creating a forum for constructive discussion, this weeks fiasco only further polarizes the issue.
In the future, I hope our school community can come together to have an informative and meaningful discussion of the many concerns on all sides of this conflict.
Daniel Schwaber is a Public Policy junior.
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(If you are researching the Maginot Line, visit the student-created Maginot Line research page) Library Books First, you may want to look in the Encyclopedia Britannica for some solid background information.