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World's most dangerous people: Donald Trump & Prince Salman

World's most dangerous people: Donald Trump & Prince Salman

26. 5. 2017 | Many people consider Donald Trump to be the most dangerous person on the planet. Nevertheless, during his visit to Saudi Arabia, he met a man capable of pushing him from the dishonourable pedestal. It goes about 31-year-old Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. This man is the actual ruler of the kingdom

Fascism in Ukraine: The West too blind to see it

Fascism in Ukraine: The West too blind to see it

25. 5. 2017 | The West shows strange reactions to what has been happening in Ukraine. It appears that the West has a distorted perception of what is happening in the Ukrainian society: Western critics turn a blind eye on rising fascism. Blocking social networks would be called a sign of a totalitarian state. But not in Ukraine

Scandals in Washington mark decline of US supremacy

Scandals in Washington mark decline of US supremacy

24. 5. 2017 | The events of recent weeks show that Washington has been losing initiative on the world stage. This is most noticeable for what has been happening in the Asia-Pacific region lately. US President Trump tries to promote large-scale and extremely ambitious projects in the Middle East. Washington's foreign economic activities have been reluctant recently

New secret documents hold Ukraine responsible for MH17 plane crash

New secret documents hold Ukraine responsible for MH17 plane crash

22. 5. 2017 | A Russian newspaper obtained copies of secret documents of the Security Bureau of Ukraine (SBU) about special operations to destroy evidence of mass murder in the sky over the Donbass on July 17, 2014. The copies of the documents that the newspaper obtained were written on official letterheads of the Ukrainian Security Service

Out of Mexico: Good Great News

Out of Mexico: Good Great News

19. 5. 2017 | When the insane Western MSM is not spewing fake news about U.S. President Donald Trump, which seems like every minute of each day, they sometimes venture outside their 'comfort zone'. The Establishment's lapdog poodles need a break. They soon smell blood. Reporters pick up the trail. Usually, the hot story leads south.

Erdogan checked in Washington

Erdogan checked in Washington

18. 5. 2017 | Recep Tayyip Erdogan may be the most powerful man in Turkey but Erdogan's plan for Turkey as a geopolitical giant is over before it started. The best he could hope for and in the end came away with was some cooing noises about being an important NATO ally...but with undertones of "don't get any ideas".

Why Russia profits from Germany's leading position in the EU

Why Russia profits from Germany's leading position in the EU

18. 5. 2017 | In the beginning of May, German Chancellor arrived in Sochi to meet Vladimir Putin for a reason. Berlin plays a key role in the European Union due to the growing influence of the German economy on the economic situation throughout Europe. Angela Merkel went hat in hand to Sochi to meet Vladimir Putin. She had refused to meet him for two years before

Mess in the Oval Office: Special services strike back

Mess in the Oval Office: Special services strike back

17. 5. 2017 | As expected, the dismissal of FBI Director James Comey has led to a sharp deterioration in relations between President Donald Trump and US special services. A closer look into the story reveals that it has been dreamed up. Yet, it allows, if desired, to raise the issue of the need to introduce control over president's activities

Syria: Trump's Tomahawks, Double Standards - Using Chemical and Radioactive Weapons for Profit?

Syria: Trump's Tomahawks, Double Standards - Using Chemical and Radioactive Weapons for Profit?

16. 5. 2017 | Although the US' entirely illegal attack on Syria's Shayrat Airbase in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack by the Syrian government, showed not a thought towards Congressional debate, United Nations mandate or the rule of law, it seems that some thought might have gone in to the date.

US-Saudi Arabia lovers' quarrel worth $40 billion

US-Saudi Arabia lovers' quarrel worth $40 billion

15. 5. 2017 | Prior to Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia, it was reported that Riyadh was planning to invest $40 billion in the US economy. Will the money pay off? What will Trump demand to accept it? What if Washington demands Saudi Arabia should legalize gay marriage and grant Saudi women the right to own passports and drive?

French prisons: Secluded camps to hire and train new ISIL fighters

French prisons: Secluded camps to hire and train new ISIL fighters

12. 5. 2017 | One of the prime goals for new President of France Emmanuel Macron is to completely eradicate terrorism in the country. The killing of a policeman on the Champs-Elysees shortly before the first round of the presidential election has once again reminded the French: the level of the terrorist threat in their country is extremely high

Russia's FM Lavrov finds many corners in the Oval Office

Russia's FM Lavrov finds many corners in the Oval Office

11. 5. 2017 | Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov held talks in Washington with US President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on May 10. The parties discussed the implementation of the initiative to create de-escalation zones in Syria. Given the hype surrounding the dismissal of FBI Director James Comey, Lavrov was asked a question about it

US and South Korea preparing an

US and South Korea preparing an "Arab Spring" in North Korea?

10. 5. 2017 | "Instability," "regime change," and "collapse" of the North Korean system are discussed by US and South Korean experts. It seems unlikely that the US will attempt to militarily attack North Korea and start a conventional war on the Korean Peninsula, especially after Pyongyang has withdrawn from nuclear weapons, which is seen as a deterrent mechanism for that country.

James Comey has lost the game against Donald Trump

James Comey has lost the game against Donald Trump

10. 5. 2017 | The decision of President Trump to dismiss FBI Director James Comey has come as a surprise for everyone. In the story with James Comey, one can assert only one thing: he took part in a complicated political game, which he eventually was forced to leave. What game is it? He was in conflict with the two leading political forces of the United States

To the International Community: Brazil asking for help

To the International Community: Brazil asking for help

7. 5. 2017 | Since April 2016, our young democracy has been under threat in Brazil. PT, the left wing labour party, has consecutively won all three presidential elections from 2002 to 2014. In the last election, Dilma Rousseff, the first woman ever elected President in Brazil, was re-elected with 54 million votes. PT's election success made right wing, centre parties and the establishment increasingly unhappy and worried. ...

Which changes will South Korea face after elections

Which changes will South Korea face after elections

6. 5. 2017 | Presidential campaign is taking place in South Korea. Head of state to be elected on 9 May. North Korean issue, escalated after belligerent statements from the US, plays the most important role. Aleksey Maslov, Chairman of the Department for Oriental Studies of the Higher School for Economics, has said wich changes may happen if Moon Jae-in wins

Merkel asked Putin to give her a hope

Merkel asked Putin to give her a hope

5. 5. 2017 | The organisation of the G20 summit, Ukraine, Syria and Chechen homosexuals - all these issues are, of course, very important. Yet, they were not the questions, which German Chancellor Angela Merkel wanted to discuss with Russian President Putin in Sochi. None of them could make Frau Merkel forget about the isolation of Putin's Russia

Italian Prime Minister secretly receives George Soros in Rome

Italian Prime Minister secretly receives George Soros in Rome

4. 5. 2017 | On Wednesday April 3rd 2017, Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni received billionaire George Soros at the Italian government headquarter in Rome's Palazzo Chigi, as reported by several Italian online newspapers. If Soros was received inside official government headquarters, the Parliament should have been previously informed on its objectives

NATO weapons on the Russian border

NATO weapons on the Russian border

3. 5. 2017 | Today, there are military bases established along the north-south line, in Estonia and Baltic countries, in Poland, Slovakia and Romania, which Russia finds quite troubling. These bases do not solely host infantry units; even anti-armor warplanes such as A-10 Thunderbolts that are intended for ground war are deployed in there as well

Nuclear war may break out in any part of the world

Nuclear war may break out in any part of the world

2. 5. 2017 | The threat of a nuclear war remains real. The war may break out primarily because of the crisis on the Korean Peninsula, as well as because of USA's and NATO's provocative actions in Eastern Europe at the time when main disarmament treaties fall apart. One should also keep in mind the USA's desire for global military and technological superiority

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