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Quite Right Mr. President

Western mainstream media listen to President Vladimir Putin’s public statements only long enough to find a lever with which to distort his words. From Crimean reunification and MH17 to the origins of World War II, western propagandists — surely, we shouldn’t call them journalists — will fasten on to anything to ridicule or attack the Russian president...

Michael Jabara CARLEY | 03.07.2015


 

Confronting Southern ‘Victimhood’

Many white Southerners are getting their backs up again over demands that the Confederate flag and other symbols of slavery be removed. But the core problem is that the South never admitted that slavery and then segregation were wrong, instead offering endless excuses, writes Robert Parry

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 30.06.2015


 

Tragic History of XX Century and Crisis Faced by Greece

The whole world is closely watching the situation unfolding in Greece. This country may become a trigger to start a chain reaction leading to the collapse of united Europe. A default on public debt (exceeding 320 billion euros) will be followed by a default of Greek bonds holders. Nobody can make a forecast to predict the economic and political consequences...

Valentin KATASONOV | 29.06.2015


 

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


 

Seventy years after defeating the Nazis. The history of Germany’s demilitarization

There is a direct link between the factual refusal of the US and UK to disarm Germany at the end of WWII - either militarily or economically - as demanded by the Yalta and Potsdam conferences and the West’s current support for the neo-Nazi regime in Ukraine. Then, as now, the Anglo-American elite was ready to cooperate with anyone, as long as it got them closer to reaching the Anglo-Saxons’ primary, longstanding strategic objective, which was to destroy Russia...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 17.06.2015


 

It’s Time to Kill the Feel-Good Myth of Sanctions

 the Group of Seven conference over the weekend, U.S. President Barack Obama scored a victory in shoring up the G-7’s fragile consensus for continuing sanctions to punish Russia for its shenanigans in Ukraine. The agreement, which stipulates that the sanctions will continues until Moscow decides to respect Ukraine’s autonomy and the terms of a cease-fire accord are fully enacted, offers a temporary shot-in-the-arm for a policy approach that looks increasingly infirm. For though the impulse to isolate countries economically and diplomatically in order to punish errant deeds and impel better behavior — it has become a cornerstone of U.S. policy on Russia, Syria, Iran, North Korea, and elsewhere — is nothing new, it has taken on added importance in this era of hesitancy toward foreign military intervention. As the fraught G-7 deliberations over extending sanctions on Russia shows, isolation now goes against the grain of a globalized world; it’s hard to implement effectively and even harder to sustain over time. If it is to remain a useful diplomatic tool, policymakers need to adapt to its increasing limitations.  

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 13.06.2015


 

Wola Massacre: That’s How it Was! (II)

...Verbrennungskommando Warschau was operating at least until the middle of September 1944. A few prisoners managed to escape and get through to the territory still occupied by the guerrilla. Due to this fact they could later tell about the unimaginable massacre of Wola, which they had witnessed. The rest shared the fate of those whom they had been burying on martyred land. Germans did not have in custom leaving the witnesses of their crimes...

Nikolai MALISHEVSKI | 09.06.2015


 

G7 In Pursuit of Certain Goals

The 41st G7 summit was held in Schloss Elmau, Krün, Bavaria, Germany on June 7–8. It ended without producing any important results just as hospitable Chancellor Angela Merkel had predicted before. Much ado ‘bout nothing? Actually, there was a lot of ado raised. German newspapers emphasized how important it was to demonstrate the unity of Western democracies holding the meeting without Russia. Did they manage to do it? Who did they sent the message to? Russian President Putin? Did the G7 leaders and the EU leadership really believe that they could punish Putin? If an invitation had been sent, would he have accepted it under the circumstances? Was it kind of an attempt to call him on the carpet? A fancy so ridiculous! They have no leg to stand on lecturing Putin as the last year’s G20 summit proved. He left Australia before time as soon as the agenda had been practically exhausted...

Natalia MEDEN | 09.06.2015


 

Nazis who left US still received social security

The US government has paid dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals millions of dollars in Social Security benefits after forcing them to leave the US.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 08.06.2015


 

Wola Massacre: That’s How it Was! (I)

SS-Oberführer Oskar Paul Dirlewanger was the founder and commander of the infamous Nazi SS penal unit «Dirlewanger» during World War II. He was gravely beaten by Polish guards in French service on the night of 4 to 5 June, 1945, resulting in his death. This officer was notorious for being an extremely cruel character involved in mass murders of civilians in the Soviet Union, Poland and Slovakia, including Belorussian Katyn and other urban villages. He took part in atrocities committed to put down the Warsaw Uprising. The mass killings of Poles in the Warsaw’s district of Wola were prepared and organized. Nazis did not spare anyone. The slaughter of Wola District was performed on the innocent people, who were dragged out of their homes with the whole families. There were the sick, children and babies among them...

Nikolai MALISHEVSKI | 08.06.2015




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Neither Greater Asia nor Greater Europe: America’s «Chaos» versus a Silk World Order

Tectonic geopolitical shifts are taking place in Eurasia. The Venetian merchant Marco Polo and the Moroccan scholar Ibn Battuta, both great travelers of their days, would be thoroughly impressed with the trade networks that are developing. The Eurasia of today is developing into a vast network of superhighways, railroad connections, mammoth ports, and sophisticated airports...

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