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American political scientist Timothy Snyder, Professor of Yale University, told in Politico about the Russian neo-Bolshevism. He said in particular: "Anyone who wants to understand the current Russian position on Ukraine would do well to begin with ...
Russia » Events // 31 October 2014, 13:43
The KGB-backed news channel Russia Today, or RT, launched a dedicated UK TV channel on Thursday to “dissect the implications of major international developments for UK audiences”, reports The Guardian. RT, a propaganda mouthpiece for the Russian government, ...
Russia » Events // 30 October 2014, 18:41
Russia has the largest reserves of shale oil in occupied Siberia but as sanctions bite, can Moscow exploit them?, writes The Financial Times. One of Russia’s most powerful men stood on stage at New York’s St Regis Hotel with a conciliatory message for America. “The ...
Russia » Events // 30 October 2014, 17:35
The so-called "court" of the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk banned the brochure "Supplication/Du'a to God: its purpose and place in Islam". The "prosecutor" in his statement of claim based on the results of some "linguistic ...
Russia » Events // 30 October 2014, 15:30
As reported by The Daily Telegraph, it took two years for crumbling oil prices to bring Red Russia down to its knees in mid-1980s, and another two years of stagnation to break the Bolshevist empire of Red Russia altogether. It is worth to remember just how ...
Russia » Events // 27 October 2014, 17:06
According to Russian enemy media, the world largest prison, The Crosses # 2, will be opened in 2016 for Russian and foreign citizens near the Russian-occupied Swedish-Ingrian city of Nyen which the Russians renamed into St. Petersburg. The prison will be called ...
Russia » Events // 17 October 2014, 22:17
Western sanctions have choked off financing to some of Russia’s economic juggernauts and denied crucial technology to the nation’s energy sector, reports The Independent. But there is little evidence that the mounting economic pressures since the March annexation ...
Russia » Events // 14 October 2014, 13:33
The Washington Freedom Beacon reported about Putin in an article "Once a Spy, Always a Spy". The newspaper points out that Russia is influenced by Putin’s experience gained by him in the KGB, and writes in particular: - "Putin’s Kremlin has ...
Russia » Events // 10 October 2014, 15:36
Moscow is preparing to give local courts the power to seize foreign countries’ property in Russia to help compensate Russian oligarchs for assets seized abroad under western sanctions. Nicknamed the “Rotenberg Villa Law” after the seizure in Italy last month ...
Russia » Events // 9 October 2014, 15:22
A former close associate of Russian tyrant Putin has said Russian businessmen were all now serfs who belonged to the thug, with none of the country’s companies beyond his reach. Sergei Pugachev, who was once so close to Putin that he was known as the “Kremlin’s ...
Russia » Events // 9 October 2014, 15:06
Russia’s companies face a looming credit crunch unless sanctions imposed by the west are relaxed and access to international capital markets is regained, according to Moody’s, the ratings agency, reports The Financial Times. Debt issuance by Russian companies ...
Russia » Events // 8 October 2014, 17:51
A struggle at the heart of Putin’s inner circle is slowing decision making as sanctions squeeze the economy. With Putin focused on foreign policy, rival factions are battling for influence. This is said by five sources of Bloomberg close to Putin. One group, ...
Russia » Events // 6 October 2014, 23:47
Russian tyrant Putin has repeatedly denounced the chaos, criminality, and gangster capitalism that beset his country in the so-called "wild 1990s" following the Soviet collapse, writes the RFE/RL. But one of that era's most notorious gangsters ...
Russia » Events // 2 October 2014, 20:38
*** Over the past few weeks, Russian tyrant Putin—already seeking to modernize his nuclear forces in violation of the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces Reduction Treaty—has moved Russia into an increasingly visible and aggressive nuclear posture. ...
Russia » Events // 2 October 2014, 00:22
The second most read American mainstream news magazine Newsweek (Time is the most read mainstream but Newsweek is considered to be more leftist) reported in an article, "Putin Is More Dangerous Than ISIS and 1,000 Al Qaedas Says Garry Kasparov" on ...
Russia » Events // 1 October 2014, 12:41
A Bilderberg Group veteran, senior associate at the Moscow Carnegie Center and author of ‘Putin’s Russia’ Lilia Shevtsova published an article in The Financial Times on a forthcoming defeat of Russia's tyrant Putin. The article says:   Tactical victories ...
Russia » Events // 1 October 2014, 12:39
More than once, Mikhail Zub was driven to the verge of failure in his attempts over the past 20 years to transform a rotting Soviet fish processing plant in the Arctic city of Murmansk into a viable business. Yet things have never looked so bleak as they do ...
Russia » Events // 29 September 2014, 13:19
According to Russian and Polish media, a previously unknown guerrilla group, called by Russian punishers the GTA by analogy with a rigid computer game Grand Theft Auto, operates on highway M-4 "Don" and the Traffic Concrete Ring around Moscow. The ...
Russia » Events // 22 September 2014, 13:03
The ringleader of Chechen minions, Kadyrov, who has long turned feral from the taste of blood of Muslims he killed, demonstrates transcendent dirtiness and lousiness. Shamelessly, he publically demanded on his local TV, to grab every Chechen girl wearing ...
Russia » Events // 20 September 2014, 16:35
Russkies are considering measures to disconnect Russia's cyberspace, the last forum for free expression in the country. With mainstream media firmly under Kremlin control, social media and Internet news sites have over the past months been critical outlets ...
Russia » Events // 20 September 2014, 00:08
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