Russia's PAK FA T-50 fifth-generation fighter jet is a "flying robot and a smart plane," in which the pilot does not play a significant role, but becomes an integral part of the aircraft. The Russian fifth generation T-50 stealth fighter is in many ways superior to state-of-the-art models of American fighters F-22 and F-35
In the US, specialists say that the Russian economy is recovering. This is happening not in spite of, but owing to Western sanctions and the weak ruble. Russian companies switch to domestic products, which means that the much-talked about import substitution is taking place. However, with stronger ruble, the process loses relevance
After US Secretary of State Kerry paid a visit to Russia, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe evinced interest in Russia as well. It is an open secret that Japan follows Washington when it comes to foreign policy. Japanese Prime Mniister Abe demonstrates an intention to resume dialogue with Russia. "The puck is on the side of Japan," Putin said
Russia is now a ruling world power, despite a relatively modest population, but she has the right allies; not Estonia or Portugal, but Brazil, South Africa and China again, which is using all her millenary wisdom and her current fantastic soft power to get rid us from the American dollar, a piece of crap since the end of the gold standard in 1971
The appearance of Russia's state-of-the-art Armata tank at Victory Parade on May 9 in Moscow produced a bombshell effect. Indeed, the T-14 Armata has no analogue in the world. Moreover, Armata is the only tank to date that corresponds to the military principle of six zones. Why did the new tank get so much attention?
US Secretary of State John Kerry shared his impressions of yesterday's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. The May 9 parade showed a very high degree of consolidation of the Russian society around Vladimir Putin as the national leader. Russia is ready for any development of the scenario
PRAVDA.Ru journalists went onboard Russia’s most powerful nuclear submarine The might of the Russian navy is not often discussed these days. Political contacts and negotiations are definitely relevant. However, when Russia has something to boast of, this is completely different. Russia has been weakened a lot over the recent year. Yet, it is...
Russia has changed beyond recognition during 15 years of Putin's stay in power. It is hard to deny the fact that Putin has shown an enormous influence on the country and the world. Despite the tense relations with the West and the current economic decline in Russia, Putin's rating is higher than that of any other Russian leader before him
On 6 June 1944 the armies of "Britain, the Empire, and America," supported by mighty naval and air forces, were hurled across the English Channel to exterminate Nazi tyranny. During the preceding night paratroopers and glider-borne assault troops had boldly landed behind the invasion beaches
Members of the Russian motorcycle club The Night Wolves rammed into the world of big politics at high speed. They have already proved that there is no democracy in the "tolerant EU." The Russian bikers ought to end their tour of Europe to retrace the route of the Soviet army to Berlin on Harley Davidson motorbikes
The construction works are already underway; the parameters of the future bomber have been determined. The timing is more or less clear too: the new aircraft is expected to appear in 2020. The problem is whether the Russian industry can cope with this work. The aircraft will become the dream that national defense now needs
Russian MPs believe that Russia should go back to the practice of planned economy. Today, many countries develop under the conditions of planned economies with France being the most striking example. According to many experts, there are signs of such an economic model in France. Does Russia need planned economy?
Starting in January 2014, Russian security forces conducted continuous counter-terror operations in the Caucasus region and especially in Daghestan, where many jamaat were eradicated and many gang leaders either arrested or eliminated. In 2014, the number of terror-related incidents in Daghestan decreased by 20%