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Strategic Dialogue Amid Tensions… But Who Created Those Tensions?
Editorial
Strategic Dialogue Amid Tensions… But Who Created Those Tensions?
July 30, 2021

It is the Americans who need to stop their relentless and systematic aggravation of tensions.

Why Ukraine Should Be Grateful to Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union
July 28, 2021

The pro-Western government of Ukraine is trying to wipe out the Soviet period of its history by pursuing a policy of “decommunization”. However, Ukraine as an independent state in its present borders could only be possible thanks to the Soviet rulers who expanded the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic at the expense of the neighboring states, including Russia. In fact, the Soviet power continued Imperial Russia’s policy of uniting Ukrainians within one state: the bulk of the present-day Ukraine’s territory was taken by the Imperial Russia from Poland and Turkey. Meanwhile, today’s Ukraine is the direct successor of the first internationally recognized Ukrainian state, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, which was proclaimed in 1919, became one of the founding states of the Soviet Union in 1922 and a founding member of the United Nations in 1945.

Why Ukraine Should Be Grateful to Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union
INFOGRAPHICS
What a Week! Did Russia Achieve ‘Check Mate’ With Its Latest Introduction of Cutting-Edge Weapon Systems?
Security
What a Week! Did Russia Achieve ‘Check Mate’ With Its Latest Introduction of Cutting-Edge Weapon Systems?
July 27, 2021

Russia has, in just one week, upped the military ante to such a degree that long-term peace in this part of the world is a very tempting thought.

Russia Continues to Be Targeted
July 27, 2021

It’s about time there was objective assessment of where Russia intends to move on the world stage. There’s no point in continuing confrontation.

Russia Continues to Be Targeted
Security
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Projection and Deflection: Russia’s Infrastructure
Projection and Deflection: Russia’s Infrastructure
July 24, 2021

When you see a Western piece saying that Russia is deficient in this or that, it’s wise to see it as just a projection of the West’s shortcomings.

Nord Stream 2 ‘Deal’ Is Not an American Concession, It’s Admission of Defeat
July 23, 2021

All in all, Washington’s virtue-signaling is one helluva gas!

Nord Stream 2 ‘Deal’ Is Not an American Concession, It’s Admission of Defeat
Editorial
Getting Putin’s Intentions Wrong Again on Russia-Ukraine
Security
Getting Putin’s Intentions Wrong Again on Russia-Ukraine
July 18, 2021

In Ukraine, it appears easier to be an anti-Russian advocate than a pro-Russian voice. At play is a fear factor aspect having to do with violence and the threat of legal action.

Russiagate: Luke Harding’s Hard Sell
July 16, 2021

The only interests this leak serves — if it was a leak — are those of Harding and U.S. intelligence, who were hung out to dry by the collapse of the Russiagate narrative, writes Joe Lauria.

Russiagate: Luke Harding’s Hard Sell
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