The British government has ordered the opening of an inquiry on the Muslim Brotherhood's activity in the country. PM Cameron said that the decision was taken at the end of March, after it was concluded that the British intelligence did not have enough information about the activities of the Islamist organization in the United Kingdom and in Egypt.
Survival is the key word to understand the Saudi dynasty's latest external and internal policies. These are designed to pre-empt change but paradoxically they are creating more enemies in a changing world order. The 70-year-old strategic oil for security US-Saudi alliance seemed about to crack on its 69th anniversary
Residents of the Luhansk region are ready to stand up as a human shield on the way of military columns. Yesterday, the locals managed to block the movement of a column of armored vehicles. People's dissatisfaction in the incumbent Kiev authorities in the region has been growing against the backdrop of worsening living standards
Police around the nation are cracking down on even the most peaceful of public assemblies and escalating situations. Peaceful protests, traditional college student public antics and even wedding reception parties have been sequestered or dispersed by overwhelming police show of force. Is this what America has become?
The ultimatum of the head of Ukraine's Interior Ministry to pro-Russian protesters in eastern Ukraine expired. The minister promised to resolve the situation in Luhansk, Kharkiv and Donetsk regions within 48 hours: either through negotiations or by force. Ukrainian special unit "Alpha" refused to storm the buildings in Donetsk and Luhansk
In Lugansk, pro-Russian protesters booed and assaulted Mikhail Dobkin, a representative of the Party of Regions. Dobkin wanted to enter the captured building of the Security Service to convince the activists to surrender peacefully. Shouting "F****t! and "A*****e!" the people threw condoms, eggs, empty bottles and garbage at the official
Long gone the days when the U.S.-led so-called "Friends of Syria" could plausibly claim that two thirds of Syria was controlled by rebel forces, that Syrian capital Damascus was under siege and its fall was just a matter of time and that the days of President Bashar al-Assad were numbered and accordingly he "should step down"
The external policy of Washington, as we have seen in Iraq, in Libya and now in Syria, has to do with subversion, interfering in the internal affairs of sovereign states, against international law and increasingly, is tied to terrorists or acts of terrorism. The latest chapter in this story is from Cuba.
The one who controls the heartland rules the world and controls the global processes. The Anglo-Saxons had to implement this doctrine since antiquity, regardless of the regime, the English Prime Minister or the American president. The Americans began to use this technology to avoid wasting the blood of their soldiers
While the mainstream media has been busy keeping American's focused on the "mysterious missing jet", the world may be careening toward WWIII. Business as usual for the U.S. propaganda machinery, who after all have the job of keeping the public distracted. Ukraine looks more like a ploy to recycle the "Cold War" and then get back to the Middle East.
The UN General Assembly adopted the resolution against the referendum in the Crimea. Yet, the document barely scored the required number of votes for approval. Russia's permanent representative to the UN, Vitaly Churkin explained to representatives of 193 countries, why Russia was opposed to the explicitly politicized document
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has denied rumors of an impending project in the Interior Ministry to denounce the Non-Proliferation Treaty from 1968. Dmitry Rogozin publicly questioned the ability of Ukraine to ensure physical defense, that is, protection against burglary and theft of nuclear materials
Ukrainian officials confirmed the killing of the coordinator of Right Sector nationalist organization, Alexander Muzychko, aka Sashko Bily. Earlier, Muzychko published a video on YouTube, in which he said that the Office of the Prosecutor General and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine "took a decision about my physical destruction