RSS
Arms to the sadists: US Congress urges Pres. Obama to provide Ukraine with more torture techniques

26. March 2015

6 Comments

Arms to the sadists: US Congress urges Pres. Obama to provide Ukraine with more torture techniques

On Monday March 23, the US House of Representatives adopted H. Res. 162 urging president Obama “to provide Ukraine with military assistance” in dire attempt to reignite conflict in the East of Ukraine, mainly frozen as a result of February 2015 Minsk agreements between Kiev and the outbreak Donetsk and Lugansk provinces with French, German […]

Continue reading...

25. April 2015

1 Comment

Episode 15. Poland Betrayed (VI)

By Nikolay STARIKOV (Russia)

Episode 15. Poland Betrayed (VI)

Part I, part II, part III, part IV, part V … Poland suffered a crushing defeat at the speed of light. Columns of German tanks easily broke through the defenses of the Polish divisions and stormed into the breach. By Sept. 8, 1939, the eighth day of the war, armored units of Goths were already […]

Continue reading...

23. April 2015

2 Comments

Vatican clergy and Ukrainian nationalism (II)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Vatican clergy and Ukrainian nationalism (II)

Part I The ‘Good’ That Comes From A Golodomor “Genocide” The ‘glue’ that holds the US’ plans together is the ability to rally Ukrainians against Russia, and this is where the Golodomor [Holodomor in Ukrainian spelling – OR] “genocide” myth is absolutely pivotal. It provides the underpinning of popular support and ‘legitimacy’ for rabid Ukrainian […]

Continue reading...

22. April 2015

3 Comments

Vatican clergy and Ukrainian nationalism (I)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Vatican clergy and Ukrainian nationalism (I)

The Catholic pontiff does more than just spread the Vatican’s word across the world, as he also spreads the ‘gospel’ of Ukrainian nationalism and victimhood, too. Francis made headlines when he said the mass killing of ethnic Armenians in the last days of the Ottoman Empire was “the first genocide of the 20th century”. Largely […]

Continue reading...

21. April 2015

2 Comments

Finland After Elections: Olli Rehn and Ministry of Hybrid Affairs

By Anton STEPANOV (Russia)

Finland After Elections: Olli Rehn and Ministry of Hybrid Affairs

The parliamentary election in Finland is kind of daily routine for Europe. The Centrists, Social-Democrats, the National Coalition Party… Does it really matter if there is a master in the house? Helsinki snaps to attention and clicks heels upon receiving a command from Brussels. But there is a problem that cannot leave Finnish farsighted politicians […]

Continue reading...

19. April 2015

4 Comments

A Secret London Treaty of April 26th, 1915 and Its Consequences

By Vladislav B. SOTIROVIĆ (Serbia)

A Secret London Treaty of April 26th, 1915 and Its Consequences

It is hundred years anniversary of the secret treaty between three Entente members of the U.K., France and the Russian Empire on the one hand, and Italy on the other, in London on April 26th, 1915 nine months after the break up the Great War of 1914−1918.[i] In a political-military effort to involve Italy into […]

Continue reading...

18. April 2015

1 Comment

Episode 15. Poland Betrayed (V)

By Nikolay STARIKOV (Russia)

Episode 15. Poland Betrayed (V)

Part I, part II, part III, part IV What problems were keeping the leaders and diplomats of the world’s great powers busy during the spring and summer of 1939? Hitler’s primary task was to neutralize the threat of the Soviet Union entering the war. Hoping that England and France would once again betray their ally […]

Continue reading...

16. April 2015

4 Comments

Iran has the right to protect itself

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

Iran has the right to protect itself

On April 13, 2015 Vladimir Putin lifted Russia’s  ban on shipping S-300 antiaircraft defensive missile systems to Iran, self-imposed in 2010. Moscow and Tehran originally signed a contract to supply these systems back in 2007. At the time, the idea was  to sell a number of Russia-manufactured S-300 divisions to Iran. The term “self-imposed ban” […]

Continue reading...

15. April 2015

5 Comments

Slogans vs messages: Middle East style

By Ghassan KADI (Lebanon)

Slogans vs messages: Middle East style

On the 4th of April 2015, and in the wake of the Saudi-led coalition attack on Houthis in Yemen, Hezbollah’s Secretary General Hasan Nasrallah gave an unprecedented speech in which he openly and overtly attacked Saudi Arabia and predicting its defeat in Yemen. In his previous public presentations, Nasrallah strongly criticised his local and regional […]

Continue reading...

14. April 2015

3 Comments

Ukraine ‘Disappears’ Regime Opponents

By Eric ZUESSE (USA)

Ukraine ‘Disappears’ Regime Opponents

In Odessa — the same city where the Ukrainian civil war started on 2 May 2014 with a massacre of opponents that had been carefully planned by a team connected to the U.S. White House — there are reported to be two bloggers for the “Voice of Odessa” political site who were seized by the Security Bureau […]

Continue reading...

13. April 2015

3 Comments

The Hoagland-Blinken Doctrine Is Washington’s Updated Plan For Central Asia (II)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

The Hoagland-Blinken Doctrine Is Washington’s Updated Plan For Central Asia (II)

Part I The first part of the article examined the US’ stated goals in Central Asia, its geopolitical jealousy of Russia and China for their successes there, and the Color Revolution infrastructure that it’s building in the region. The concluding piece contains an overview and strategic forecast about the Lapis Lazuli Corridor and CASA-1000 projects […]

Continue reading...

13. April 2015

4 Comments

The Hoagland-Blinken Doctrine Is Washington’s Updated Plan For Central Asia (I)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

The Hoagland-Blinken Doctrine Is Washington’s Updated Plan For Central Asia (I)

Eurasianet.org’s Joshua Kucera first reported on two important speeches by the State Department that supposedly heralded in a new policy towards Central Asia. The announcements were made within one day of each other by Richard Hoagland, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs, and Antony Blinken, the Deputy […]

Continue reading...

12. April 2015

3 Comments

Russia and the Ukraine – the other side of the story

By Stephen EBERT (USA)

Russia and the Ukraine – the other side of the story

We ”know” how evil the Russians and Putin are, yet most Americans know little about this area of the world: a recent poll found only 1 in 6 Americans could locate the Ukraine on a map. Beyond geography, the US, a historical “newcomer”, has often underappreciated the importance of history and related cultural differences. Russians […]

Continue reading...
Page 1 of 10512345...102030...Last »