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Victory over Nazism – Biggest Event of the 20th Century

Seventy years ago Japan signed the Instrument of Surrender, thus closing the final chapter in the history of the Second World War, which had actually lasted almost 14 years, beginning with the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1931...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 05.09.2015


 

New Burden on Germany’s Shoulders

Based on public opinion surveys, the immigrant and refugee flows is the hottest topic on peoples’ minds that eclipse other issues leaving behind even the acute Eurozone crisis. It’s only logical...

Natalia MEDEN | 01.09.2015


 

Refugees in Geopolitical Game

Hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants have recently made their way to Europe, but only to the casual observer would this seem to be a fluke event. In reality, what we are dealing with is an artificially induced phenomenon...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 25.08.2015


 

Privatization Is at Core of Facsism

Privatizations are increasingly fashionable, such as in Greece, Ukraine, the U.S., and UK — and privatizations are a central feature of fascism...

Eric ZUESSE | 25.08.2015


 

Migrant Crisis Tests EU’s Foundations

The influx of migrants into the European Union could be dealt with humanely and practicably – if EU members worked together in solidarity. But the haphazard influx is inciting tensions between member states precisely because of the lack of EU solidarity. Germany – the biggest destination for refugees – is showing its exasperation with other states, which is in turn eroding the very foundations of the 28-member bloc...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 24.08.2015


 

Refugees, Repatriates and West

The civil war unleashed by the Kiev regime in southeast Ukraine has exacerbated the refugee problem considerably. Since the turn of the 1940s-1950s, Europe has been ignorant of the displacement of such large amounts of people. According to the latest UN data, by 31 July 2015 more than 2.3 million people had left their place of permanent residence in Ukraine. In addition, Kiev is only willing to help those Donbass residents who have fled the bombing and shelling to areas under the control of the Ukrainian authorities...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 24.08.2015


 

Is Schengen Agreement Nearing its End?

Europe is stunned. Germany, that has always been a locomotive of European integration, does not rule out suspending participation in the agreement allowing passport-free travel between most European states...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 23.08.2015


 

«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


 

Battle for Europe

Late last week the Greek Parliament bowed to Berlin’s will and voted to support a package of austerity reforms. This step will come at a steep political price, as it will deepen the split in the ruling SYRIZA party. According to the British newspaper The Guardian, Panagiotis Lafazanis, the leader of the party’s Left Platform and former energy minister, has pledged to «smash the eurozone dictatorship», and Zoe Konstantopoulou, the speaker of the Hellenic Parliament, has stated that she is «not going to support Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras anymore»...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 21.08.2015




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