The reason why I started to get interested in Russia three years ago was because I saw that there was a huge revival of Christianity, of Orthodox faith in Russia after the Cold War when the Soviet Union collapsed.
I hope this is the beginning of a new world order as well as the beginning of a new order in the United States. But I’m not sure yet, because we can't predict the future.
“Putin and the Rebuilding of Great Russia” represents the first attempt by an appreciated mainstream editorialist and diplomat, the former ambassador of Italy to Russia, Sergio Romano, to depict President Putin not as an “autocrat”, “tyrant” or simply one “who every week finds new ways to scare the world”, but as a “leader of a big country that has legitimate interests and understandable ambitions”.
Over the last two years, Europe has become polarized and the population is being terrorized. We have a war in Syria being fed by Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and predominately by Obama’s Washington.
The forty percent that Djukanovic won is a totally unrealistic figures. His support among the people is much lower.
A lot of illegal methods were used during the elections to influence the outcome of voting.
I arrived at Donetsk a couple of weeks ago as an international observer on the elections, which took place on October 2nd.