You can shoot missiles at a sovereign foreign territory all you want but you still won’t prevent your own country from rotting from within.
Russia is faced with the task of preventing the appearance of an American military base in the region.
The United States’ strategy in the Middle East can be well understood by the use of its bases on its allies’ land. The presence of a U.S. outpost in a country is always an indication of significance, but the withdrawal from one base to another is an especially unequivocal sign of major changes taking place.
<i>The president has stated that in every area that matters, Russia will always be one step ahead. How is the West reacting to the demonstration of Russia’s latest weapons, and did they understand Putin’s main message?</i>
I would have liked to see the faces of the leaders of NATO, the Pentagon and the Western [Read more]
The attack on Yugoslavia during the Kosovo War has been certified as an act of criminal aggression according to both international and U.S. law.
Next month, it will be 19 years since the monstrous aggression of the U.S. (NATO) against Yugoslavia. In less than a month, we may again have a war in Ukraine, one much [Read more]
The address to the Federal Assembly was also an address to the West, a warning but also an appeal to return to dialogue on an equal footing, if not on economic issues, then at least on military issues.
Shared values, common strategies, and transatlantic solidarity are all just noise to this ludicrous president.