Kiev's foreign policy is built on simple-minded, destructive assumptions: to lobby the West to continue the anti-Russian sanctions and to beg the West for aid and loans.
It’s not only our fate that depends on the results of [the U.S. presidential election]; practically the fate of the entire civilized world does as well.
There will not be a world war with tanks and cannons. Black Monday, Aug. 25, 2015, has already become the economic equivalent of Pearl Harbor and will likely go down in history as the beginning of the first economic world war.
In Ukraine, the U.S. continues to creep into Russia’s underbelly. In an analogous situation, when the Soviet Union found its way into the Cuban underbelly of the U.S., the world ended up on the brink of a hot war, with events unfolding rapidly. Now both sides are objectively weaker, so the crisis will develop more [Read more]
The current bombing of Yemen, initiated by Saudi Arabia under the pretext of the necessity of putting the rebel-ousted president of this ill-fated country back in his rightful place, has the U.S. State Department’s complete understanding. Psaki herself informed the public that the Saudis’ actions were lawful and [Read more]
U.S. President Barack Obama has confirmed for the whole world what Russia made repeated reference to in connection with the events in Ukraine: Washington was directly involved in the preparation of a coup in Kiev.
The American leader relayed this open secret without the slightest embarrassment; on the contrary, [he [Read more]
Judging from recent statements by Obama regarding the “equivalence” of the threats posed by the Ebola fever and Russia in the international arena, Biden’s visit will not be conciliatory.
During the NATO summit, President Barack Obama — for no apparent reason — stated that he was confident that the agreement of a truce between the Donetsk People's Republic, Lugansk People's Republic and Ukraine had been achieved only because of the sanctions imposed on Russia. He meant that Moscow saw 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]