Relations between Russia and the US have been hit by yet another spy scandal, and this one is rather unusual. The presence of agents is declared by the countries they are sent to rather than the countries that send them. However, the presence of a senior level mole who worked in Moscow is not being officially recognised by Washington.
Fareed Zakaria’s comments in a March 28 Washington Post article and like-minded monologue on his CNN show GPS of March 31, drew criticism from Democratic Party Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (who is a 2020 US presidential candidate), Caitlin Johnstone and The Duran. Some additional thoughts on this matter come to mind. In line with Johnstone, Gabbard and The […]
Several years ago, former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, complained to Congress that the U.S. was losing the information war to Russia Today (RT), as well as other English-language news sources owned by foreign governments. Arguably, however, what truly bothered Ms. Clinton wasn’t the idea that the U.S. has been […]
On Tuesday the Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vitaly Churkin was interviewed by the CNN host Christiane Amanpour on the Syrian and Iranian issues. The full text of the interview was published on the web-site of the Russian mission to the UN. Surprisingly, several key Q&As were merely cut […]