Exposing the background of Alexander Litvinenko, Boris Berezovsky, Alexander Perepelichny and Sergey Skripal who were seeking a refuge, but found their graves in Britain.
ORIENTAL REVIEW continues to reveal unknown facts about the American involvement in Tibet and the British role in achieving it. We published the previous chapter of the research titled ‘Arms and the Elephant‘ on August 12, 2013. IN 1947, Arthur Hopkinson was India’s political officer in Sikkim. He was a […]
Dangerous, yet very familiar “Iraq-esque” twaddle has dominated the headlines ahead of a clearly premeditated military attack against Syria: “The Obama administration believes that US intelligence has established…” “…could intervene to stop Syria using such weapons, following a suspected attack last week which is being investigated by the United Nations…” […]
On April 29, one day before Muammar Gaddafi lost his youngest son Saif al-Arab and three grandchildren (two-years-old Carthage, 18-months-old Saif Mohamed and 6-months-old Mastura) under NATO night attack, he delivered a speech on Libyan national TV. He permitted few sharp words towards Italian leaders, the words, which being snatched […]
By Nikita Mendkovich (Russia) The activities of NATO’s intelligence services in Afghanistan have long been the subject of conjecture and supposition, and that has sometimes made it difficult to analyze events in the country, forcing us to look for traces in various events and practices. My goal in writing this […]
Roman Nosikov (Russia) “Is it good that we’re Russians?” asks my four-year-old daughter while I’ve got my nose buried in a news site. “It’s a lot of fun being a Russian,” I answer while I’m nervously scrolling down the page. A headline catches my eye: “Russia to Blame for the […]