U.S. efforts to overthrow foreign governments leave the world less peaceful, less just and less hopeful.
The mere fact that U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin were able to meet and hold a substantive discussion on July 7 is itself remarkable given the insane atmosphere of paranoia in the U.S.
The US president "fully supports" the new anti-Russian sanctions, he is embarrassed only by the fact that in order to implement them, his own power can be restricted and he can become a hostage of “gentry” and his own parliament.
July 7-8 in Hamburg will host the G20 summit. This event is one of the most important foreign policy events of the year, where the heads of 19 leading countries of the world and the European Union meet, which account for 2/3 of the world population and about 80% of world GDP.
The present summit promises to become the most difficult and controversial in the history of such meetings. In addition, during the talks a separate meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump is planned.
People, living in the Slavic countries of the Balkan Peninsula, actively protested against the Western New World order which was imposed on them all last year. However, without finding a different pole of power, the Yugoslav front failed, and the peninsula finally got into the grip of NATO.
The tenure of Angela Merkel as Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany has been a disaster for her country and for Europe. That’s why it’s a refreshing change finally to have an issue where it is possible to agree with her.
The new leader of the "True Finns" party is Jussi Halla-ahot, he supporter of the Kiev authorities , the author of the first Ukrainian-Finnish dictionary.