Expert on wars and conflicts
The more political and military support Kiev gets, the greater the chance that a spark will kindle a fire in the Azov Sea that will spread further.
Russia and India have an almost 60-year history of military cooperation that ensures that Moscow will be an indispensable supplier of defense equipment and weaponry for the foreseeable future.
The European Parliament’s resolution and the following move by the European Commission are timely steps to demonstrate that being anti-Russian is not enough to automatically become a part of United Europe.
In Libya, Russia is ready to cooperate with the West, as both are interested in preventing that big, oil-rich country from becoming a safe haven for terrorists.
The Moscow conference demonstrated that Russia has become a potentially vital bridge between the Taliban, the Afghan government, and the US at a time when Washington is seeking to end this war that is sapping its resources.
Instead of attacking Russia and other nations without any proof to substantiate the claims, the UK government would have done better by looking at itself in the mirror.
The unilateral imposition of the sanctions against Iran will produce more than just economic fallout — it will deal a blow to the international non-proliferation regime.
Bolsonaro is expected to ally himself with the United States but that does not automatically make him unfriendly toward Russia.
President Putin and President Trump both believe in the virtue of the nation state and see a lot of shortcomings of the “supranational globalism” project.
The conflict in Afghanistan has lasted too long. The US has tried and failed. It’s time for it to leave and let others solve this urgent international problem.