There are too many of those, who wish to drive a wedge in the relations with Russia, but the Belarusian leader has something to say to them. "I kick them all out of the door," said Lukashenko in his national address to the nation and the parliament. The complexity of the historical moment does not frighten Alexander Lukashenko
In anticipation of the United Nations Security Council meeting on Western Sahara on 17th April, 116 organisations from 21 countries have issued a joint letter calling for Security Council members to agree an expansion of the current MINURSO mandate to include the monitoring and protection of the human rights of the people of Western Sahara.
Anyone believing that U.S. money and military supplies helped Afghans bleed Soviet Union economically or that the collapse of the Soviet Union confirmed the success of capitalist economy over controlled economy should consider whose money and arms helped Afghans and Iraqis bleed the US and turn it into one of the most indebted nations in history
As with politics and social reality and actually just about everything else perception - about America's military spending, capabilities and relative strength - is often more important than knowing the underlying facts involved. The facts are indeed sobering: America has spent about 40% of the total, annual global expenditures on defense
Given that US President Obama has blessed the new Kiev government with legitimacy, America now seeks to stabilize the country with infusions of cash, arms and advisors. Former special operations soldiers-now defense contractors-are on the ground in Ukraine, and so are active duty special operators/advisors perhaps out of US Special Operations...
The United Nations Organization has called on all parties to avoid escalation of tensions through propaganda, fear-mongering and incitement to hatred, expressing alarm at the highly volatile scenario in Eastern Ukraine and urges the self-appointed "Government" to respect diversity, inclusivity and equal participation for all, including minorities.
Washington has lost Crimea. Instead of admitting that its plan for grabbing Ukraine has gone amiss, Washington is unable to admit a mistake and, therefore, is pushing the crisis to more dangerous levels. Russia, China, and Iran are in the way of Washington's hegemony and are targeted for attack. The attack on Russia is mounting
How does Washington get away with the claim that the country it rules is a democracy and has freedom? This absurd claim ranks as one of the most unsubstantiated claims in history. There is no democracy whatsoever. The US media consistently lies for the government. Not even Washington's stooges in Kiev believe that
The current US administration is not all together stupid, they can read public felling and sentiment. American people are tired of war and multitudes of wars. No other country in the world has been at war constantly since WWII, other than the US. When asked if Americans supported a US intervention in Ukraine - almost 60% opposed such a move
Not only is Middle East "Peace Envoy", Catholic convert and Butcher of Baghdad, Tony Blair gunning for another overthrow and mass destruction in Syria, he has recruited the son of an Archbishop to help him. Not any old Archbishop either, Blair's latest recruit is son of Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of All England.
Let's look at the factors in the Syrian and Ukrainian crises. No one could deny that the Syrian civil war could have ended easily enough with a reconciliation between Russia and the West after Russia had been assured of its continued presence and its interests in Syria would remain unharmed. The West chose to ignore Russia's concerns over Syria
"In Ukraine, there is no information war. In Ukraine, there is information protection. In Russia, for some reason, they decided that they could dictate their will to Ukraine. In Russia, it is about time they should get used to the idea that Ukraine is a separate state, which decides what to do by itself,"a Ukrainian journalist told Pravda.Ru
April 4th marks the 65th anniversary since the creation of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) that was established to counter the "Soviet threat" after the Second World War. Today, the alliance consists of 28 countries, although only two or three states have combat-capable armies. Does the alliance have a future?