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“Germany of Asia” looking to restore its sovereignty

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

Monday, May 1, 2017

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“Germany of Asia” looking to restore its sovereignty

While the new resident of the White House has been acquiring a taste for military adventures overseas, the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, visited Moscow last Thursday for his 17th talk with Vladimir Putin. But of course their normal economic agenda, intended to hammer out the final details of some painful bilateral issues, was […]

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Macedonian Media: ‘Balkan Megaprojects Pave Way For Grand Eurasian Free Trade Area’

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Monday, July 11, 2016

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Macedonian Media: ‘Balkan Megaprojects Pave Way For Grand Eurasian Free Trade Area’

ORIENTAL REVIEW exclusively publishes the interview, given by the Hybrid Warfare expert Andrew Korybko to the Macedonian edition “Vecer” late June, in English. He speaks about the US R-TCR (Regime Tweaking – Regime Change – Regime Reboot) strategy  in the Balkans, and efforts by Russia and China to stabilize Eurasia. *** You’re in Skopje at […]

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Dutch Government media strategy for EU-Ukraine referendum leaked

By Anneke DE LAAF (Netherlands)

Saturday, February 20, 2016

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Dutch Government media strategy for EU-Ukraine referendum leaked

This April 6th the Netherlands will hold a (non-binding) referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement (EUAA), as the result of a petition to the government signed by 427,939 voters. Until the results of the referendum are known, the EUAA cannot be ratified by the Dutch government and therefore cannot officially go into effect. The Dutch […]

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France: A la Guerre Comme a la Guerre!

By Dmitry SEDOV (Russia)

Monday, November 16, 2015

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France: A la Guerre Comme a la Guerre!

A human tragedy has taken place. On November 14, terrorists killed over 100 people in Paris. More than 200 were injured. But even now the leadership of France has no courage to face the reality. President François Hollande keeps on harping on the same string expressing their readiness to fight for European values and ideals […]

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Grandmaster Putin’s Trap – 2

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

Friday, November 13, 2015

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Grandmaster Putin’s Trap – 2

In December of last year we published an intriguing article by Dmitry Kalinichenko, “Grandmaster Putin’s Trap,” which has drawn far more attention from readers than we ever expected. It continues to be cited by many international political and economic experts. That article addressed Russia’s latent strategy to get rid of US bonds and use its […]

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The Price of Indifference and Self-deception

By Stephen EBERT (USA)

Monday, October 5, 2015

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The Price of Indifference and Self-deception

My Russian friends periodically ask me what Americans think about Russia. Recent developments have given rise to a new round of questions: Putin’s interview for CBS News’ “60 Minutes”, his UN speech, and the start of air support for the beleaguered Syrians. I can best address by referring to the remark by an American journalist […]

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Putin’s Global Game Changer

BY ORIENTAL REVIEW

Thursday, October 1, 2015

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Putin’s Global Game Changer

Contrary to the expectations of many experts who were predicting a “second Munich” from Vladimir Putin in New York, the Russian president made no grandiose proclamations during his address to the UN General Assembly. In fact, he was outwardly far milder than one might have imagined. By comparison, Obama’s emotional speech, which was replete with […]

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‘US and Russia need to put aside what divides us’

By Vladislav KRASNOV (USA)

Thursday, October 1, 2015

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‘US and Russia need to put aside what divides us’

It was the first opportunity in a decade for President Putin to give a global vision of the situation based on the state interests of Russia. He used this opportunity very skillfully: his delivery was diplomatic, conciliatory, balanced and authoritative. One felt at once that he spoke for the entire country. He was right to […]

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Putin at the UN: “Do you at least realize now what you’ve done?”

By Angela BOROZNA (USA)

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

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Putin at the UN: “Do you at least realize now what you’ve done?”

On September 28, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a speech at the United Nations General Assembly. The event was to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the creation of the organization. Putin reminded that the decision to create the United Nations was made in his country in 1945, at the Yalta Conference, by the leaders of […]

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What will Obama and Putin talk about?

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

Friday, September 25, 2015

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What will Obama and Putin talk about?

In this final week before Vladimir Putin addresses the UN General Assembly, there has been a flurry of contact between Washington and Moscow. And by that I don’t just mean the Sept. 18 telephone call between the defense ministers of Russia and the US. Russia’s beefed up military presence in Syria has clearly sparked a […]

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US Media: Building Newspaper Curtain Against A Fabled Foe

By Angela BOROZNA (USA)

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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US Media: Building Newspaper Curtain Against A Fabled Foe

“Now we do not have an Iron Curtain, we have a newspaper curtain. “ Evgeny Yevtushenko (a prominent Russian poet) – RT interview, Sept 2009. Though Russia went through significant domestic changes since 1991, the extent of Russia’s domestic achievements had rarely been acknowledged in the United States. Instead, Russia has been continuously criticized for […]

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Russia’s law on undesirable foreign NGOs and the ethics of international activism

By Aleksandar JOKIC (USA)

Friday, June 5, 2015

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Russia’s law on undesirable foreign NGOs and the ethics of international activism

The decision by Russian President Vladimir Putin to sign a bill that allows “authorities to prosecute foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) or firms designated as ‘undesirable’ on national security grounds” is bound to receive a hostile reception in the West. Already Amnesty International” declared that the new law will “snatch away the space for dissenting views […]

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