The events on September 11, 2001, changed the world.
Vatan Partisi (Patriotic Party) struggled for no front in the referendum. In the aftermath of election, VP applied to the High Election Committe to cancel the election due to the usage of unstamped envelopes which violated relevant election law.
Exclusive interview by Daria Platonova with the head of Marin Le Pen's presidential campaign and Senator from the National Front David Rashlin on the crisis of the European Union, threats to French sovereignty and the future of France.
After the US attack on Syria my first reaction was: This is war. It's highly dangerous for the world.
There is a real straggle now for the soul of humanity. And for me, because I am a Jew and Israeli, the role that Jews play in this entire world conflict is essential. As usual, Jews are a kind of in the middle of both sides. And that is a very interesting situation.
The following is from Interview with Turkish expert Fuad Abbasov
Many have been puzzled by the statement of the Turkish Foreign Ministry that Ankara approves the US strikes on Syrian airport, during which people were killed.
Manuel Valls supported Macron instead of the candidate from his own party.
Yes, there is a lot of Euroscepticism in Austria and it is totally logical. There is a great dissatisfaction since Austria is now one of the two countries, who actually inhabits the illegal immigrants since the start of the crisis.
I think the fact that the mainstream media continues to focus on Russia is partly evidence that the opposition here is really coming from the Deep State, from Democratic operatives and a few people from the Republican Party - they all are dedicated to achieving one end, which is to bring down the Trump Administration. They want to stage a color revolution and overturn the results of the elections. Therefore, they keep on beating the drum: “It’s the Russians, the Russians hacked the CIA.” They don’t have anything else! So, I think, they will use any excuse to keep coming back to that. We are hearing just a lot of speculation.
Since 1960 Dag Østerberg had the distinction of being a leading social theoretician and a versatile, intellectual in Norway, who made lasting contributions especially in sociology and social philosophy.