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President Vladimir Putin Visits Austria: Russia Does Not Lack Friends in Europe
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President Vladimir Putin Visits Austria: Russia Does Not Lack Friends in Europe
June 8, 2018

The shifting political winds in Europe are paving the way for positive changes, moving toward normalizing the ties between the EU and Russia.

Can Austria’s New Wunderkind Solve the Migrant Crisis?
October 26, 2017

Fears about a hard-right turn in Austria following its parliamentary election this past weekend need to be put in perspective. The populist, anti-immigration, Russia-friendly Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ)—founded in the 1950s by ex-SS officers—came third, with fewer seats than in the 1999 election.

Can Austria’s New Wunderkind Solve the Migrant Crisis?
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The Reason Behind the US Government’s Secret Hatred of Europeans
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The Reason Behind the US Government’s Secret Hatred of Europeans
June 21, 2017

The reason for the US government’s hostility — at least since 4 February 2014 —toward Europeans, has been a mystery, until now. This hostility wasn’t even publicly recognized at all, until it leaked out, on that date, from a tapped phone-line of arguably the most powerful person at the US State Department, the person whom American President Barack Obama had personally entrusted with running his Administration’s most geostrategically sensitive secret foreign operations (and she did it actually throughout almost the entirety of Obama’s eight years in office, regardless of whom the official US Secretary of State happened to be at the time): Victoria Nuland.

Germany, Austria vs. US Senate: America and Europe on Collision Course
June 17, 2017

Germany and Austria have lashed out against US Senate for approving a legislation tightening sanctions on Russia. The bill has a provision that enables the United States to impose sanctions on European firms involved in financing Russian energy export pipelines to Europe. European companies could be fined for breaching US law. In a joint statement, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern accused the US of threatening European economic interests, describing it as an illegal attempt to boost US gas exports. The United States recently started shipping liquefied natural gas to Poland and has ambitions to cultivate other European customers.

Germany, Austria vs. US Senate: America and Europe on Collision Course
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The Freedom Party of Austria in a Competitive Political Market
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The Freedom Party of Austria in a Competitive Political Market
April 29, 2017

The problem of realising the significant cooperation potential between Austria and Russia in the economic and investment fields (the gas energy sector, transcontinental transport links, and the high-tech segment of engineering) is looming large not just for business people, but for politicians as well. 

Austria and Russia: Economics in Dispute with Politics
April 26, 2017

Yet another promising area of bilateral cooperation between Russia and Austria is the high-tech manufacturing segment of heavy engineering associated with hydropower and the supply of related equipment and materials, in which the cooperation between Russia’s RusHydro and Austria’s Voith Hydro plays a central role.

Austria and Russia: Economics in Dispute with Politics
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The Sovereigntist Movement Is Not Going Anywhere
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The Sovereigntist Movement Is Not Going Anywhere
April 25, 2017

It almost appears oxymoronic that national sovereignty movements are now global in nature. And to the dismay of globalists who gather at annual elitist and secretive meetings sponsored by the Bilderberg Group, the World Economic Forum, the Ambrosetti Forum, and the Bohemian Club to bemoan the growth of populist political parties, national sovereignty movements are here to stay.

The War Between Globalists and Populists
December 8, 2016

As much as the pro-globalism pundits and opinion makers, many of whom masquerade as journalists, hate to admit it, the neo-Cold War nurtured by Barack Obama, Francois Hollande, David Cameron, Angela Merkel, and Matteo Renzi – is now over. The new war is between the forces of globalism and populism. The end game for the globalists is a unipolar world in which the decisions are formulated in Washington with the bureaucracies in Brussels, London, The Hague, and Berlin acting as the implementers…

The War Between Globalists and Populists
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