The current U.S.-Russia conflict is different from that of the last century. The rivalry between the two goes beyond politics: This is a clash between two people, and mediation is impossible.
America’s hegemonic ambitions encourage volatile situations.
The bear doesn’t ask for permission from anyone, and it’s not going to start now.
With such a weak intelligence agency, how is anyone able to sleep peacefully?
Vladimir Churov, head of Russia’s Central Election Commission (CEC), said he is shocked by the U.S. decision not to recognize the elections in Crimea. In response, he proposed reviewing the legitimacy of elections in certain parts of the U.S.
Yesterday, deputy spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State Marie [Read more]
The ceasefire reached in southeast Ukraine on Sept. 5 constitutes another defeat in the American attempt to use that state as a battering ram against Russia and plunder its riches. Previously, the Maidan coup d’etat facilitated the brilliant geopolitical move of Russian President Vladimir Putin, which allowed the [Read more]
<i>Kremlin expert Sergei Markov prophesies a bloody Ukrainian-American invasion of the Crimea.</i>
The South Korean news agency Yonhap reported some time ago that the commercial exchanges between Russia and North Korea have increased by over one-third. I'm beginning to suspect that much of this growth is the export [Read more]
The Americans leave and, in a macabre substitution of circumstances, appear to be in chaos and state of disorientation. We have been waiting for a multipolar world, with counterweights and various powers, but we only see a retreat in which we inherit a vacuum.