Articles

17.05.2019 Stacy Little

Statistics prove that Russia has not just recovered from the blow struck on it, but also gained new opportunities. Russian exports overcame the...
16.05.2019

To combat prison overcrowding, the French government plans to create some 7 000 additional places by 2022. The rise in inmates has coincided with a...
15.05.2019

Mike Pompeo's visit to Russia was more concise than originally planned. The US Secretary of State canceled a trip to Moscow, leaving only Sochi on...
14.05.2019 Michael Moulin

On May 13, the United States stock markets experienced a solid, juicy, synchronous fall. S & P 500 - 2.41%, Dow Jones - 2.44%, NASDAQ - 3.31%. To...
13.05.2019 E. Coachman

Americans like to repeat that the USA is the country of the most complete personal freedoms for citizens. It is this deeply liberal principle that...
10.05.2019

A candidate for the New Conservative party of Denmark was arrested and charged by police. On Wednesday, Jeppe Juhl was taken away by police officers...
09.05.2019 Paul Craig Roberts

My generation associated dystopias, such as George Orwell’s 1984, with the Soviet Union, a country in which explanations were controlled and...
08.05.2019 Jason Ditz

Continuing to try to advance the US narrative that Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is the “duly elected” president, CNN went to the trouble...
07.05.2019 Mikhail Tyurenkov

The Roman Catholic Church is not just one of the Christian denominations, but has been and remains a historical, theological and geopolitical...
06.05.2019 Sergey Latyshev

Donald Trump actually supported the initiative to extend for two years the presidential powers in the form of compensation for the investigation of...