Donald Trump as President of the United States was humanity’s hope, or, I should say, the hope of that part of humanity aware of the danger inherent in provoking conflict between nuclear powers. For two decades, the Clinton, George W.
To keep company with Vladimir Putin, if he decides to run for the fourth term, Angela Merkel needs to win in the general parliamentary elections, however, no one doubts that her new term will be the most difficult of all.
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.
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.
The crisis around Qatar, caused by the unfulfillable demands of a number of Arab countries, which are just a cover for completely different claims, will continue until the latter are satisfied.
It’s another week in Washington and another horror show.
Oliver Stone’s movie “The Putin Interviews” breaks all clichés of western propaganda against Russia and its political leader.
When the mass media side with homosexual activists against Christians, the public disagrees. But when the mass media side with an anti-Putin version in a case involving a Putin opponent “mysteriously” murdered, does the public agree?
The US military budget will reach 639 billion dollars in 2018 thanks to Donald Trump’s intention to significantly increase it by 52 billion dollars.