Tag Archives: ISIS

Syria – Russia taking over world leadership?

Below is a guest contribution from Hem Raj Jain, originally received already on 1 November shortly after the crash and alleged “Islamic State” terror attack on an airbus with Russian tourists over the Sinai peninsula. Comments from Novorossiya News are in curly brackets { }. *** After plane crash too in Egypt by ISIS, Russia … Continue reading Syria – Russia taking over world leadership?

India should lead in solving Jihadi problem

While the following guest contribution from Hem Raj Jain is not directly linked to the events in Ukraine or Russia, it is however connected to the plan of establishing a common Russo-Indian state (RUSIND) as explained here and here. Also the potential spread of ISIS ideology into the area of the Russian Federation – especially … Continue reading India should lead in solving Jihadi problem

Russian military doctrine: Afghanistan and ISIS

Russian president Vladimir Putin signed a few days ago Russia’s new military doctrine that names NATO expansion as one of the key threats to Russia though NATO claims not threatening Russia. Another potential threat – international terrorism – brings Russia’s security in connection with Afghanistan, Syria and ISIS. How these issues are connected with Russia’s … Continue reading Russian military doctrine: Afghanistan and ISIS