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American Diplomatic Blackmail of Ukraine

May 5, 2016 // Korrespondent - Ukraine - Ukrainian

<b>Two days ago Victoria Nuland, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State [for European and Eurasian Affairs], arrived on an official visit to Ukraine. And, as usual, new information was brought to the Ukrainian authorities.</b> Traditionally, these informative messages are served in the form of an incentive-warning, to [Read more]

Sanctions Supervisor

January 7, 2016 // Nezavisimaya Gazeta - Russia - Russian

It’s time now to give up the obsession with finding a weak link in the Euro-Atlantic union. This world order will be here for a long time.

Obama Should Not Dismiss Putin as a ‘Ruffian’

November 9, 2015 // Die Welt - Germany - German

<b>When it comes to overcoming the conflict in Syria, U.S. President Obama and his Russian colleague Putin are not being exactly clever. They are increasing the risk of armed engagement — without really wanting to do so.</b> A couple of weeks ago, high above the beaches of Sochi, Russian President Vladimir Putin [Read more]

Should We Arm Ukraine?

February 11, 2015 // Le Monde - France - French

With every passing day, pro-Russian Ukrainian militants, flanked on the field by the Russian army, cut up a little more of the unhappy country that is Ukraine. They grow the pseudo-state that they have carved out in the eastern part of the country. Without mincing words, we must describe this reality for what it is: [Read more]

Who in the US Is Receiving a Salary from Putin?

February 9, 2015 // - Russia - Russian

<i>The Kremlin’s Washington lobbyists are pros and amateurs.</i> Recently, a regiment of Kremlin lobbyists arrived in Washington. Two senators — Trent Lott, the former Republican Senate majority leader who left the Senate in 2007, and Democrat John Breaux, who left the Senate in 2005 — now represent the [Read more]

Anti-Americanism in Foreign Policy

January 12, 2015 // Nezavisimaya Gazeta - Russia - Russian

The year 2014 will go down in history as the year of a sharp downturn in relations between Russia and the West. The modifier “sharp” describes the qualitative change of the dimensions of mistrust in both scope and depth. The mistrust — not only toward the actions of the adversary, who is at all levels [Read more]
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