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30 octobre 2011 7 30 /10 /octobre /2011 18:21

La Mer d'Okhotsk ce n'est pas seulement le " bastion naval " de la Russie en Extrême-Orient mais aussi de formidables ressources halieutiques qui sont pillées par , principalement , les Japonais .

 " Correspondant spécial " sur RTR Planeta y consacre une émission ce soir à 20h40 [ heure de Paris ] .Vous y verrez des images spectaculaires d'interventions héliportées de la garde côtière Russe .

 

L'émission sera ensuite accessible sur le site de l'émission :

http://www.rutv.ru/video.html?tvpreg_id=8116&vid=146960&mid=14&d=0&p=1

Les  " guerres pour les ressources " existent  bien et on peut se poser bien des questions sur l'attitude bienveillante des autorités Japonaises de l'île d' Hokkaidō !

 

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jan z. volens 30/10/2011 23:03



Russian explorers reached Okhotsk 1636. The Russian America Company reached California in 1808, and constructed Fort Ross 1811. Fort Ross is located 120 km north from San Francisco, which
was the northern outpost of Spain's California. There existed normal relations between Russians and Spain's subjects, who were predominantly Mestizos from the Vice-Royalty of New Spain (Mexico
since 1821), and only a few administrators from Spain. Between 1821 and 1846 California south from San Francisco became was part of the Republic of Mexico. Fort Ross was sold in 1841 to the Swiss
settler Sutter (who had become a citizen of Mexico). The discovery of gold on Sutter's land in 1848 led to the legendary "Gold Rush".  Today Fort Ross is a U.S. national monument, but due to
budget constraints, the maintenance of Fort Ross is paid by a Foundation in Russia. 300,000 visit Fort Ross every year.



DanielB 31/10/2011 11:42



Hello Jans ,


Two points :


1- ThEre was really a great opportunity for a Russo-Spanish alliance at this time on the coasts of California and we can ask ourselves what should have been world's history in this case with the
United States without a Pacific coast  ? The Monroe Doctrine can be seen as a tool  to counter such alliance .


2- Poaching is a security issue and a national sovereignity issue as drug smuggling and illegal logging or illegal mining  . We can ask ourselves questions about the link between some state
agencies , private firms , criminal networks and subversive networks . Poachers , drug smugglers , illegal loggers and miners are sometimes linked to subversive activities and networks . In the
Russian Far-East , what are the links between the Japanese state and authorities , Japanese fishing companies , Russian poachers and Far-East separatists ?


Abraços


 


Daniel BESSON


 


 



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