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Russia unexpectedly loses India and Vietnam

Russia unexpectedly loses India and Vietnam

24. 5. 2016 | Washington has lifted the ban on the sale of lethal weapons to Vietnam. Analysts believe that the latest move of the US administration reflects the concerns about the growing military influence of China. Washington is trying to get India also involved in the game against China. Vietnam and India have never shared sympathy for the United States

Can Russian shells hit the same place twice?

Can Russian shells hit the same place twice?

23. 5. 2016 | Bashar Assad's army has proved to be incapable of maintaining the success that has been achieved with the support of the Russian Air Force. Syria's allies suffer serious losses. Turkey and Saudi Arabia demonstrate their confidence and willingness to sharply step up their actions, while Washington insists on clear time frames to reach a political settlement to the Syrian conflict

Latin America: No light at the end of the tunnel

Latin America: No light at the end of the tunnel

20. 5. 2016 | A serious political crisis has paralyzed Brazil. Argentina has changed its president. Venezuela is standing on the brink of violent clashes and a military coup. In Peru, Alberto Fujimori's heiress is coming to power. Why do progressive left-wing parties lose ground in Latin America rapidly?

Hillary Clinton works on 'gifts' for Moscow and Beijing

Hillary Clinton works on 'gifts' for Moscow and Beijing

19. 5. 2016 | Hillary Clinton will do everything possible to take North Korea out of isolation. She will do it with the help of an agreement that will be similar to the agreement with Iran. Sanctions are also possible, even against Beijing. Will Clinton succeed? Why doesn't Russia have its own plan for such a major issue of global politics?

The fate of all Europe lies in Turkey's hands

The fate of all Europe lies in Turkey's hands

18. 5. 2016 | Presidents of Turkey and the European Commission, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Jean-Claude Juncker exchanged harsh statements about the abolishment of the visa regime for Turkey. Juncker demanded Turkey should amend its anti-terrorism law, making Erdogan explode in response. Is there a way for Turkey and the EU to end the bickering?

Triumphant Trump eyes DC; establishment coup awaits him

Triumphant Trump eyes DC; establishment coup awaits him

17. 5. 2016 | Just when Americans thought the score in the GOP primaries was settled last week in Indiana, the powers to be still parsed their words. After all, the Hoosier Republican voters made their choice: loud and clear. They sent Lyin' Ted Cruz packin'; but not before the sole remaining challenger did a lot of cryin'.

USA's 'Arab Spring' never ends. Next stop - Venezuela

USA's 'Arab Spring' never ends. Next stop - Venezuela

16. 5. 2016 | The economy of Venezuela remains in a difficult situation, because the revenues that the country was receiving from oil sales in the last four years have dropped considerably. Venezuela under-receives a huge amount of money. In January, the country received only $77 million in oil revenues. Venezuela is standing on the brink of an armed rebellion

Immortal Battalion: Somber Remembrance

Immortal Battalion: Somber Remembrance

14. 5. 2016 | The immortal battalion originated in Russia, created with a sea of pictures of relatives who fought in WWII. Then this tribute to the fallen fearsome warriors and remaining veterans who have survived into their 90s and some even to the remarkable age ¬of 100 suddenly spread across the continents like a fire.

Anachronistic NATO aims at Russia and neglects terrorism

Anachronistic NATO aims at Russia and neglects terrorism

13. 5. 2016 | Ennio Remondino is an Italian retired journalist of RAI, the national broadcasting corporation. War-correspondent, he's an expert of Balkans, Middle-East and the connection between Italian mafia with masonry. He writes about NATO's current policy...

What is the most corrupt country in the world?

What is the most corrupt country in the world?

13. 5. 2016 | Dirty money goes to financial centers in the West, particularly to London. London is not interested in eradicating corruption, nor does it want to eliminate the offshore system. Hypocrisy is the calling card of British imperialism. This is what they teach at all aristocratic schools. If you are not a hypocrite, you can never make a career

European Russophobia through the prism of Immortal Regiment

European Russophobia through the prism of Immortal Regiment

11. 5. 2016 | The "Immortal Regiment" has shown that no matter where we live, the Russians are one family that remains eternally grateful to Soviet soldiers. Nevertheless, reactions from homegrown Russophobes was not long in coming. It is difficult to figure out what can help those people - medicine or guillotine

Diplomacy and International Relations and Moscow's copy-book

Diplomacy and International Relations and Moscow's copy-book

11. 5. 2016 | Take a leaf out of someone's book goes the old saying, the insinuation being you might learn something. Let us apply the concept to the area of international relations, diplomacy and plain good manners and apply them to the world stage set before us. Let us then sort out the wheat from the chaff. It would appear Moscow's is as good a record as any.

Ukrainian scenario now ready for Kazakhstan

Ukrainian scenario now ready for Kazakhstan

10. 5. 2016 | Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev warned the people of his country that any attempts to repeat the events of the Ukrainian crisis in Kazakhstan would be severely suppressed. Recent spontaneous demonstrations have become the strongest challenge that Kazakhstan has seen since 2011, when 16 oil workers were killed in clashes with police in Zhanaozen

Iraq Outrage: Chilcot Inquiry Publication Delayed:

Iraq Outrage: Chilcot Inquiry Publication Delayed: "to avoid embarrassing Tony Blair."

9. 5. 2016 | The publication of the Chilcot Inquiry which began in 2009 and concluded three years ago, investigating the illegal 2003 invasion of Iraq, so far costing a reported

Will the USA survive the death of the American dream?

Will the USA survive the death of the American dream?

6. 5. 2016 | What makes a state strong? For example, if we take small countries, Liechtenstein is not a strong state, but Singapore is. Why? Modern-day Russia is referred to as a strong state, even though the country has a plethora of problems to deal with. Still, Russia is a strong international player and we have been showing it very actively lately

Bellingcat vs. Buk-M1

Bellingcat vs. Buk-M1

5. 5. 2016 | British expert group Bellingcat has allegedly identified the number of the Buk missile system that had supposedly shot down the Boeing 777 over the Donbass in July 2014. For the Bellingcat project, YouTube and Google Planet were used to conclude that Russia had falsified satellite photos to shift the blame for the crash on the Ukrainian army

British Commonwealth: ANZAC spirit all but forgotten

British Commonwealth: ANZAC spirit all but forgotten

4. 5. 2016 | Around the British Commonwealth, April 25th marks the annual observation of A.N.Z.A.C. Day. Nowhere is there more reverence for this commemoration than in Australia and New Zealand. For those citizens 'ANZAC' has special significance; this is especially true for the service men and women of their combined armed forces.

Iraq: Responsibility and accountability

Iraq: Responsibility and accountability

3. 5. 2016 | Under the Geneva Conventions and other legally binding international treaties and covenants, the rules of engagement and of waging war are carefully regulated, clearly set out and defined. The legal framework for prosecution in cases of violation exists and the case of Iraq is a clear example of such violation. Why then is there no due process?

Trump employs advisers from Russia and Ukraine. That is terrible

Trump employs advisers from Russia and Ukraine. That is terrible

29. 4. 2016 | Donald Trump feels like a presidential candidate from the Republicans at the elections in 2016. It is evidenced with his serious speech on the foreign policy issues. Trump rejects globalism policy and intends to find out how reasonable Russians are. Yet, he has his own business project in this respect.

Nuland defines a “red line” for Ukraine

Nuland defines a “red line” for Ukraine

28. 4. 2016 | After an official meeting with the Ukrainian authorities Victoria Nuland, the US State Department curator on Ukraine, met with MPs of the Ulrainian Parliament Verkhovna Rada. There she spoke without diplomatic ceremonies.

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