The recent nuclear deal between the US and Iran could have put an end to a long standoff between the world Superpower on the one hand and the Islamic Republic on the other. It may, because of between the acceptance of the agreement and its ratification it will spend ninety days in which everything is possible.
Europe will turn east because they need to grow their economies with secure and cheap energy, investment funding, and exports to Asia rather than end up an economic basket case like Greece. The same goes for military confrontation with Russia as advocated by American neocons that prefer to start wars for others to fight
During the Mercosur summit, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff recalled Operation Condor when speaking about coups. Meanwhile, the Brazilian parliament considers impeaching the president. Technologies may change, but the goal remains the same - to remove Russia-loyal leaders from power.
The US is obsessed with its messianic desire to teach other countries democracy. The international community and separate countries have already started showing the US its place and shortcomings. The West does not show an example to other countries in observing either international or domestic laws
As part of Prompt Global Strike concept, the Americans trigger an attack on Russia to see about 100 Russian missiles launched in response. All of them will be intercepted by the future missile defense system. As a result, the problem of the Russian Federation as a geopolitical rival of the US will be closed once and for all
Argentina's relations with the West worsened considerably after the Federal Court in Rio Grande ordered provisional measures to companies that operate illegally in Argentine soil. Pravda.Ru conducted an interview with Daniel Filmus, Argentina's Secretary for Malvinas Islands Affairs to discuss the ongoing dispute regarding the Falkland Islands
An injection of sham information by CNN two days before the anniversary of the Boeing 777 tragedy in the Donbass has become another reason to raise the question of Russia's reaction to such information attacks. As US Ambassador to Russia John Tefft said when answering a request to provide at least a few additional facts, "We just know it"
Is it possible to solve the problem of the Donbass by economic means? Not that long ago, members of the German Bundestag offered Greece to sell its islands to repay the debt. This brings up an interesting idea. Russia is Ukraine's prime state creditor. Therefore, if Ukraine is going to declare default, why not sell the Donbass to Russia?
The United Investigative Committee, which includes Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine, has demonstrated its own impotence, as it urged the UN to set up an international tribunal to investigate the tragedy of Flight MH17 of Malaysian Airlines that crashed in the sky over the Donbass. Can it be a thought-out action?
Russian analysts are concerned about NATO's buildup near Russian western borders. However, army bases and tanks in Europe do not pose a big threat to Russia. It is the intention of the United States to deploy short-range nuclear missiles in Europe that Russia is concerned most. The United States can violate and ignore any international agreement
The talks on the Iranian nuclear program are doomed to fail. Obama himself does not believe in the success of the talks. Yet, there are many questions to ask the United States, rather than Iran. Who was helping Pakistan to build nuclear weapons? Why is the USA modernizing its nuclear arsenals?
Russia vetoed a UN Security Council resolution on Srebrenica. The resolution called the killings of Muslims by Bosnian Serbs genocide. The harassment of the Serbian people has thus been stopped. The tragedy in Srebrenica became the reason for NATO forces to strike air blows on Belgrade. British and UK envoys exploded in hypocrisy
What will the Greeks sacrifice to satisfy the creditors? Which banks are to pay for the Greek debts? How soon will be Europe destroyed? And how will Greece secure the power balance in the Mediterranean, so vital for the Russian interests. - Pravda.Ru conducted an interview with Dimitris Konstantakopoulos, a well-known Greek journalist and writer