In recent months more than a few words were written about Greece, the huge debt that strangles her and about the ways to resolve the situation. Tsipras and his economy minister, Varoufakis, have been described from time to time as champions of the poor, champions of a new Left world, a couple of clueless, two inepts, improvisers...
We are told that Russia is a great peril in Europe, yet this peril depends on the American bases and matrix which nourish the imaginative risk of the Russian bear. Poland and Baltic countries, other places in Europe are now fanaticized against Russia because our information, our culture, our military are controlled by maddened American imperialism
The United States is committing color revolutions in post-Soviet space, trying to strangle Russia with sanctions (for the wish of Russian people to reunite against the backdrop of the fascist regime in Ukraine) and threatening its integrity. Russia faces the task of finding a good, adequate response
France and Tunisia make the western news headlines, Syria and Kuwait seem to have been forgotten. 1 dead, 2 injured in France, at least 27 dead in Tunisia, many western tourists among them. Elsewhere, with no western victims and therefore out of the spotlight, 16 dead in a Kuwait Mosque blast and a horrific massacre at Kobane in Syria, where...
The real threat to America is homegrown, rather than Islamic terrorism. At least 48 people have been killed in the US by right-wing extremists (racists) in the past 14 years, starting from September 11. Even police officers join the Ku Klux Klan. Racism in the US has not died, even though the American establishment tries to prove the opposite
Protests in Armenia started after authorities raised tariffs on electricity. The protests started soon after Victoria Nuland's visit to Armenia. Armenia would be destroyed to become a vassal state. Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan are next in the line. In all of these post-Soviet countries, Washington will build its army bases
London: Following a recent 2 month stay in Western Sahara, Sidi Ahmed Fadel, President of Adala UK, expresses concern about serious human rights violations - The right to peacefully express your political opinion through demonstrations is severely restricted by the Moroccan authorities in the Occupied Territories of Western Sahara
Ancient Greece is always remembered with appreciation as it is widely considered as the cradle of Western civilization. Even though it was founded 2,500 years ago, it still continues to influence the world today in many ways. It is hard to watch the country, which was once the birthplace of the West, about to go bankrupt
China has rapidly become one of the leading powers in the world. Global geopolitics is impossible without China. Xi Jinping is a very interesting man, he destroys many Chinese traditions and old ideas. He is remaking the Chinese economy and the global financial system and proclaimed the Chinese dream of the revival of the Chinese nation
Washington failed to break Moscow's spine in the course of the crisis in Ukraine. Russia still stands firm on its positions, and the US administration announced readiness to toughen sanctions against Russia. New potential penalties include a variety of measures. All EU countries are obliged to become NATO members before joining the bloc
Ukraine repeats the mistakes the Russia was making during the so-called period of the dashing 1990s. Kiev is preparing for large-scale privatization that may take place in Ukraine in the second half of 2015. It is essential for the Ukrainians to understand that the people, whom they brought to power, are prime enemies of Ukraine
The Germans were certain of their imminent victory. They realized their mistake only in 1944, but it was too late. The USSR was producing more weaponry than it was losing in battles. That was how the Soviet Union outstripped Germany economically and strategically. Modern defense technology stipulates for rapid global action
In Ukraine, people tend to idealize the US Army. This army is best-trained of all western armies, but all programs to train foreign armies with the help of American instructors have proved to be unsuccessful. The problem here is about motivation. One can teach a soldier how to shoot, but soldiers must be motivated to go to war