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Sergei L. Lopatnikov

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University of Delaware

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Delaware State University

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Speaking on RTR on May 3, ...

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Speaking on RTR on May 3, Sergei Lopatnikov, a visiting professor at the University of Delaware, suggested adopting a law that would prosecute "people revising the results of World War II, regardless of their diplomatic status and territorial jurisdiction."His comments were carried by most state-controlled television and radio stations.


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Delaware State University Professor Sergei Lopatnikov, writing in "Argumenty i fakty," No. 33, argued that Russia should not compete with the United States in the Caspian region, Central Asia, or the Caucasus, and that Moscow should sign a formal Eurasian-Atlantic Treaty with the United States on the model of NATO.He contended that the U.S. military presence in these regions is more beneficial than harmful for Russia because it helps to block the penetration into Russia of Islamist extremism, not only into Chechnya and Daghestan but into the interior regions of Russia as well.In addition, Lopatnikov argued, the U.S. presence could counter the influence in those regions of China, which is strategically much more threatening to Russia because of Russia's weakness in Siberia and the Far East.Lopatnikov's proposed Eurasian-Atlantic treaty would include the United States, Russia, and all the Caucasus and Central Asian countries.Such a treaty, he said, would assuage Russian concernsabout the unchecked penetration of the United States into these regions and U.S. concerns about Russian cooperation with Iran.


ANN/Groong -- RFE/RL Newsline - 08/20/2004

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Delaware State University Professor Sergei Lopatnikov, writing in "Argumenty i fakty," No. 33, argued that Russia should not compete with the United States in the Caspian region, Central Asia, or the Caucasus, and that Moscow should sign a formal Eurasian-Atlantic Treaty with the United States on the model of NATO.He contended that the U.S. military presence in these regions is more beneficial than harmful for Russia because it helps to block the penetration into Russia of Islamist extremism, not only into Chechnya and Daghestan but into the interior regions of Russia as well.In addition, Lopatnikov argued, the U.S. presence could counter the influence in those regions of China, which is strategically much more threatening to Russia because of Russia's weakness in Siberia and the Far East.Lopatnikov's proposed Eurasian-Atlantic treaty would include the United States, Russia, and all the Caucasus and Central Asian countries.Such a treaty, he said, would assuage Russian concerns about the unchecked penetration of the United States into these regions and U.S. concerns about Russian cooperation with Iran.VY

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ANN/Groong -- RFE/RL Newsline - 06/18/2004

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Meanwhile, visiting Delaware State University professor Sergei Lopatnikov in an interview published in "Argumenty i Fakty," No. 24, accused Khodorkovskii of betraying Russian economic interests in favor of the United States.Lopatnikov suggested that Khodorkovskii lobbied transnational energy-export and merger projects that contravene Russian interests.

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