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Lavrov Calls Out Perfidious Albion in EU Diplomat Spat
World
Lavrov Calls Out Perfidious Albion in EU Diplomat Spat
April 28, 2021

The British establishment likes to boast that they “punch above their weight” in terms of influence beyond their territorial size. It’s not hard to see how they manage such a feat. It’s called duplicity, intrigue, lies, and dividing and ruling.

Another Navalny Drama Fizzles Despite Hungry Western Media
April 27, 2021

The indulgence and fawning must have given Navalny a sense of impunity, reinforcing his megalomania and attention-seeking, Finian Cunningham writes.

Another Navalny Drama Fizzles Despite Hungry Western Media
Society
No Invasions. But the Sparks Continue
Security
No Invasions. But the Sparks Continue
April 27, 2021

It has never been Russia’s intention to invade Ukraine: this has been clear to the objective analysts of Western professional military institutions.

VIDEO: Russia’s ‘Reality-Czech’ for European Provocation and Hysterics
April 27, 2021

Perhaps the President of the Czech Republic is simply powerless to control his own foreign policy?

VIDEO: Russia’s ‘Reality-Czech’ for European Provocation and Hysterics
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A Tightening Circle of Replacement Politics
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A Tightening Circle of Replacement Politics
April 26, 2021

It seems that ‘the team’ wants both to wage 5th generation war and to demand (and expect) cooperation from its ‘adversaries’, Alastair Crooke writes.

Russia, Russia, Ever Failing
April 25, 2021

No one ever asks: Mr Expert, you’ve been wrong for twenty years, why should anybody take you seriously now?

Russia, Russia, Ever Failing
Security
Putin Rewrites the Law of the Geopolitical Jungle
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Putin Rewrites the Law of the Geopolitical Jungle
April 24, 2021

Putin’s address to the Russian Federal Assembly – a de facto State of the Nation – was a judo move that left Atlanticist sphere hawks particularly stunned. The “West” was not even mentioned by name. Only indirectly, or via a delightful metaphor, Kipling’s Jungle Book. Foreign policy was addressed only at the end, almost as an afterthought.

The International Crisis Group: Do Its Funders Control the World on Behalf of American-and-Allied Billionaires?
April 23, 2021

Unlike Biden and other of America’s Post-WW-II Presidents, Putin has established a record which shows that he rarely issues any threats, but that he understates when he does issue a threat.

The International Crisis Group: Do Its Funders Control the World on Behalf of American-and-Allied Billionaires?
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