Editorial

Ukrainian Dream Comes True

The outcome of last week’s Russia-Ukraine talks in Moscow was predictably unexpected. Besides outstanding USD 15 billion – worth allocation of Russia’s National Welfare Funds in Ukrainian Eurobonds and drastic 33% cut of the Russian export gas prices that Moscow conceded to Kyiv, 14 other agreements provided legal framework for […]

British Joy and Syrian Blood

In April 2011 when all mainstream media were jabbering about British royal wedding, NATO aircrafts were bombarding Tripoli, Sirte and other Libya cities killing innocent civilians. Then Libyan children even congratulated the couple showing a picture during a press-conference in Tripoli: the blood was pouring down from Prince William’s hands […]