I remember the writers who gave me a taste for reading: Richard Matheson, Bram Stoker, Eiji Yoshikawa. Adventure and fantasy stories were my first literary loves; and both genres do have an unparalleled strength to capture imagination.
The elites have their backs to the wall: the special operation requires patriotic reforms now, immediately, but whether they will be implemented 'from above' or become a necessity due to the imminent collapse of the old system, it is impossible to
“In the first phase the enemy, collecting their best forces (...) will strike (...) I consider it inadvisable for our forces to go over to an offensive in the near
The United States has the ability to pursue broad measures to exert pressure on other countries, not only through bilateral relations, but also through controlled international organisations such as the IMF and the World Bank. Although this violat
The question that is the title of this article was the one asked of the participants of a seminar that I had the honor to organize thirty years ago. It was 1994. Russia was struggling to emerge from the ruins of the Soviet empire.
Americans are fervently cheering for Ukraine in a war that many believe is a decisive struggle for human freedom. The intensity of our infatuation makes it easy to assume that everyone in the world shares it. They don’t.
Before I start, let me preface by stating that international law is a meaningless concept when it only applies to Washington’s enemies.
We Russians don't need Ukraine. Christ needs it. And that is why we are there.
Three options are being discussed at the top right now:
Especially for thinking people, I will briefly outline the reasons for the monstrous war that has unfolded before our eyes in Ukraine. There is nothing worse than a war between social groups of one people.