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France Launches Bombing Campaign In Syria

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 29.09.2015


Insufficient Europe

The agreement on third bailout program for Greece did not become a solution to the Eurozone problems. It only delayed the final decision and revived the old controversy regarding the future of the currency union...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 10.09.2015


«23 August 1939»

23 August marks the anniversary of the Nazi-Soviet non-aggression pact which allowed Hitlerite Germany to attack Poland nine days later without fear of Soviet intervention against it. There will undoubtedly be comment in the western Mainstream Media about Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin «betraying» his would-be French and British «allies», about «stabbing Poland in the back», «colluding» with Adolf Hitler, and so on...

Michael Jabara CARLEY | 22.08.2015


Germany and France: Leading Actors in Greek Drama (II)

Germany wants to play the leading role when it comes to financial and economic issues regarding other states of eurozone. It meets the immediate interests of its big business which uses the debt situation to its advantage by accumulating assets abroad. The European Commission, which in some cases resists the pressure from Berlin, directed attention to the fact.

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 21.08.2015


Germany and France: Leading Actors in Greek Drama (I)

The debates about the future of Greece are acquiring a political-geographical dimension. The interests and opinions are divided between two leading European power centers – the northern one led by Germany and the Mediterranean headed by France. The arguments and conclusions are opposing. The widening gap directly threatens the ability of the European Union to act as one economic and political entity...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 20.08.2015


‘If French churches are in disuse, convert them into mosques!’

Whatever the French Muslims do they will get it in the neck from either Sarkozy who is on new presidential charge for 2017, or from the far right Front National party, Mohammed Ansar, Political and social commentator in the UK told RT.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 10.07.2015


Europe Suffocating Under Pressure of Refugee Flows: Is There a Way Out?

Europe is hit by waves of refugee flows coming from the Middle East and North Africa, especially Libya. Italy is hardest hit. The aggravation of problem was prompted by the UK-France aggression. Italy did not take part in the operation against Libya though Paris and London called on Italians to demonstrate “European solidarity” and join the combat...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 30.06.2015


The voice of the new right in European politics

After their success in the European Parliament elections in May 2014, Europe’s new right is moving to consolidate its organizational structure. In June of last year, the leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage, created the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy faction out of Eurosceptic movements within the European Parliament (48 deputies). In March of this year, Marine Le Pen’s National Front (FN) won 25% of the votes in local elections and strengthened its position as France’s second biggest political party. In some French regions, Le Pen’s party is eclipsing Nicolas Sarkozy’s UMP...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 25.06.2015


Sarkozy fustige Hollande pour son absence à Moscou le 9 mai

Intervenant samedi lors du congrès de son parti Les Républicains, Nicolas Sarkozy a reproché au président François Hollande sa décision de ne pas se rendre à Moscou pour la commémoration du 70e anniversaire de la victoire sur le nazisme.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 08.06.2015


«Gratuitous Democracy» or «Banking Concentration Camp»

The news I’m talking about was reported by media in May. Not a big thing at first glance, certainly not a thing to hit radar screen. But the devil is in the details. Some interesting events took place in Scandinavia. The Danish government proposed exempting certain shops from the obligation to accept cash payments in a move seen as pushing the country a step closer to a «cash-free» economy. Businesses such as clothing retailers, gas stations and restaurants will no longer be required to accept cash next year, the government of Denmark said on May 6. The move comes as part of a pre-election package of economic growth measures aimed at reducing costs and increasing productivity for businesses. Many stores in Sweden do not accept cash but only debit or credit cards. Now a buyer with full pockets of cash will leave a Swedish and Danish shop empty handed...

Valentin KATASONOV | 02.06.2015

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Taliban’s Capture of Kunduz Sends Afghanistan Back to 2001

The capture of  Kunduz is the Taliban movement’s greatest military success since 2001, and the fact that the Taliban held on to Afghanistan’s fifth largest city for several days is already being referred to as a turning point in the US and NATO’s 14-year war in Afghanistan. Against this background, President Obama’s decision regarding the final withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016 is being perceived by many Afghans as a betrayal. America is sentencing the country to an escalation of the civil war...

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