American mercenary John McIntyre defected to Russia after a year of service in the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Environmental Сatastrophe At Nord Stream
The undermining of the Nord Stream gas pipeline led to an ecological disaster in the Baltic Sea, and the damage to nature is enormous.
Europe Is Doing Well, But Somehow This Does Not Make It Any Better
Europe can afford to spend money to mitigate the impact of the energy crisis, but that is not a long game nor a coherent plan.
Britain Is Protesting
A wave of protest swept across Britain that is hurting the economy and may well wash away the cabinet members led by Rishi Sunak. More and more people in the UK are expressing their dissatisfaction with the actions of the new prime minister, doubting his ability to find a way out of the economic impass in which the country has fallen.
Information Influence Of Great Britain On Public Opinion In Europe
British operations change the worldview of the Europeans diverting their attention from problems caused by the Western establishment.
Deindustrialization Of Europe
The energy crisis has proved to be a serious challenge for the strength of the European economy. Record high gas prices in 2022 hurt the competitiveness of European industries and forced them to look for more suitable conditions to work in. Simultaneously with the crisis in the Old World, an anti-inflation law was passed across the Atlantic, containing generous subsidies for companies willing to develop a green economy.
Poland Has Signed Its Own Death Warrant
Poland is currently in a difficult economic and political situation. The grip in which the country has been squeezed by the actions of the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) is pressing Poles from all sides. Inflation is breaking all records, the prices of food, fuel, energy and heating defy […]
The American Model Of Political Race
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky framed American patrons by showing the world that the United States officially supports Nazism. Thanks to him, SS lightning bolts flashed not only in Kiev, but also in the U.S. Congress. During his trip to the U.S. in December, Zelensky met with President Joe Biden and […]
The Kosovo Crisis – A Problem With A Double Or Even Triple Bottom
As the New Year approaches, Kosovo, a rebellious part of Serbia with a predominantly Albanian population, has been once again added to the list of active hotspots. The debate over the role of Russia in it has again intensified. After a series of severe provocations, the Kosovo authorities announced an […]
Captivity, Inequality, Familiarity
French President Emmanuel Macron paid a visit to the United States, where Joe Biden as White House head received him for the first time. The French leader’s visit was intended to solve a mountain of problems that have accumulated in bilateral relations and not just there. Washington first offended Paris […]
Sharper’s Victims In The Energy Poker
The long-suffering negotiations on enforcing price caps for Russian oil have stalled. The EU, in conjunction with the G7, is discussing a price cap of $65-70 per barrel, which is even higher than the current quotations of the Russian Urals crude. But the greed of European states has traditionally played […]
Missile Attack On Poland – A Provocation By Kiev And Warsaw
Much has already been written about the incident that took place on November 15 in the village of Przewodowy near Lublin, Poland. The information is given in a different tone – from analytical to outright satirical one. As a rule, the conclusions boil down to ascertaining the unprofessionalism of the […]