There is indeed a conspiracy at the heart of the “Russian doping” scandal, but it’s quite a different one than what the global media has so fervidly described so far…
The unprecedented ban of entire pleiades of the leading Russian athletes for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics exposes the immanent weakness of the International Olympic movement in political battles of the New Age.
Pragmatic working relations between Russia and the US’ “deep states” are inevitable because there isn’t any alternative to interacting with any national counterpart’s collection of military, intelligence, and diplomatic figures no matter how much one may disagree with their policies.
Facebook is going to ask users about a site’s “reliability”, which essentially is an opinion survey asking people if they agree with the editorial angle most commonly taken by the platform in question.
McMaster’s hysterical claim seems to be part of a preemptive infowar designed to discredit Andres Manuel Lopez Obrabor’s potential victory just like the Clintons tried to do with Trump’s over the same issue of alleged “Russian interference”.
Trump’s willingness to pragmatically work with the hated “Swamp” in pushing through his domestic agenda for Bannon is akin to treason and selling out to the same enemy who Trump promised to topple after his election.
After Kosovo recognition in 2008 Moscow finally understood that the eternal nature of the Western politics toward Russia is framed by the ideas coming from Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan.
The US-backed Emirati reiteration of Arab Nationalism is clearly distinguishable in form from its original Egyptian one and is intended to make the “patriotic” case for essentially selling out the Palestinians on the basis of “resisting Turkish and Persian/Iranian imperialism”.
The new US National Security Strategy describes the envisaged application of the Trump Doctrine in a regional context all across the world.
The Guardian hit-piece does not attempt to offer any exculpatory evidence in respect of the White Helmets.
What’s terribly ironic about all of this is that the US government’s international stance has always been in favor of “internet freedoms”, routinely attacking Russia, China, and Iran.
The recent appointment of master strategist Nikolai Kudashev as the new Russian Ambassador to India will be very useful in helping Moscow navigate this uncertain period of relations with New Delhi.