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Novichok, Navalny, Nordstream, Nonsense
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Novichok, Navalny, Nordstream, Nonsense
September 4, 2020

The US and Saudi Arabia have every reason to instigate a split between Germany and Russia at this time. Navalny is certainly a victim of international politics. That he is a victim of Putin I tend to doubt.

Germany, Not Russia, Should Answer Questions Over Navalny Case
September 4, 2020

There are several serious questions to answer in the Navalny case. But it is Germany and its Western allies who are best placed to provide answers, not Russia.

Germany, Not Russia, Should Answer Questions Over Navalny Case
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UK’s Johnson Reprises Skripal Saga for Navalny ‘Poisoning’
World
UK’s Johnson Reprises Skripal Saga for Navalny ‘Poisoning’
August 27, 2020

Never give hostages to fortune when dealing with buffoons like Johnson. It looks like Navalny is now one such hostage to anti-Russian fortune.

The Miracle of Salisbury
June 17, 2020

Perhaps even more amazingly, as the Skripals spread novichok all over the restaurant and the pub, nobody who served them had been harmed, nobody who took their payment.

The Miracle of Salisbury
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Where the Skripals Are Today
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Where the Skripals Are Today
April 17, 2020

Unless the Skripals have been killed or otherwise disposed of, they are still under coercive isolation by the UK Government as non-persons, who aren’t granted even the merely nominal legal representation that Julian Assange is receiving.

Two Years Later: The Skripal Case Is Weirder Than Ever
March 6, 2020

As the second anniversary of the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal has arrived, it is a useful time to take these qualities and revisit this bizarre moment of modern history which took place on a park bench in Salisbury.

Two Years Later: The Skripal Case Is Weirder Than Ever
Security
Punishing the World With Sanctions
Business
Punishing the World With Sanctions
August 15, 2019

Sanctions are economic warfare, pure and simple. As an alternative to a direct military attack Ыюthey are certainly preferable, but no one should be under any illusions regarding what they actually represent.

Boris Johnson – A Dangerous Yes Man to Washington
July 26, 2019

The dour, hapless Theresa May has been replaced by a guy who seems to think that geopolitics is a circus conducted with custard pies to the face. But Johnson is not just a clown. He is a very dangerous and erratic showman whose top objective seems to be self-aggrandizement.

Boris Johnson – A Dangerous Yes Man to Washington
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