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Putin’s Multipolar Offer to Saudi Arabian Exceptionalism
Security
Putin’s Multipolar Offer to Saudi Arabian Exceptionalism
September 18, 2019

The Saudis have oil and little means to defend it, while at the same time maintaining an ideology that has been demonized by the Mainstream Media for almost 20 years, prepping the West with a casus belli when the time comes.

The Spy Who Failed
September 16, 2019

Scott Ritter probes Oleg Smolenkov’s role as a CIA asset and the use of his data by the director of the CIA to cast doubt over the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

The Spy Who Failed
Editor's Сhoice
Explaining CIA’s ‘Agent Smolenkov’
Society
Explaining CIA’s ‘Agent Smolenkov’
September 16, 2019

Is Smolenkov being set up for hit which can then be conveniently blamed on Russia as “revenge” by the Russophobic, anti-Trump, deep state US media?

Trump the Russian Puppet. A Story That Just Will Not Die
September 12, 2019

Certainly, there are many things that President Trump can rightly be criticized for, but it is interesting to note how the media and chattering classes continue to be in the grip of the irrational “Trump derangement syndrome (TDS).”

Trump the Russian Puppet. A Story That Just Will Not Die
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The Establishment is Changing its Tune on Russia
Editor's Сhoice
The Establishment is Changing its Tune on Russia
September 11, 2019

To date, U.S. threats to retaliate against construction of Nord Stream 2 have done nothing but irritate Europeans, who have ignored them, while furthering the Continent’s desire to escape Washington’s suffocating embrace.

Who Is Holding Back the Russian Economy?
September 8, 2019

The cynic in me says the foot-dragging by the Bank of Russia is the final vestige of US infiltration in Russia’s institutions rearing its ugly head. That fight is ongoing, but the recent drops in the benchmark rate are a good start.

Who Is Holding Back the Russian Economy?
Business
Power of Diplomacy and Partnership at Vladivostok
Editorial
Power of Diplomacy and Partnership at Vladivostok
September 6, 2019

A new era of multilateralism and multipolar development is unfolding whether the Western media acknowledge it or nor. That new era is epitomized by the successful gathering of East Asian nations in Vladivostok this week.

Entertainment Is National Defense: Why Russia Has Ammo but No Gun
August 31, 2019

No Russian self-labeled intellectual can accept the fact that entertainment deeply affects our subconscious mind and it is Russia’s national denial of this fact that is holding the country back from rising to be a superpower, Tim Kirby writes.

Entertainment Is National Defense: Why Russia Has Ammo but No Gun
Society
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