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The Lithuanian Tribune published an article entitled, "Edward Lucas says Russia’s prospects are very gloomy". The newspaper, in particular, writes: - "Edward Lucas, editor of The Economist (in 1998-2002 he was a Moscow bureau chief of this ...
Russia » Events // 22 November 2014, 13:35
Seen in historical perspective, Russia’s latest turn to the east is not new. “From the shores of the Pacific and the heights of the Himalayas, Russia will dominate not only the affairs of Asia but those of Europe as well.” The Russian statesman who wrote those ...
Russia » Events // 21 November 2014, 23:32
Former bloody Russia's Bolveshvik boss Gorbachev blasted current Russia's neo-Bolshevik boss Putin for seeing himself as God's deputy. The 83-year-old father of traditional Bolshevism declared: 'Putin has started picking up the same illness ...
Russia » Events // 21 November 2014, 23:29
*** Leontiev, a Kremlin propagandist and director of the department of information of "Rosneft", which belongs to Sechin, Putin's closest accomplice, revealed a Putin's plan against the west. The video demonstrates the way ...
Russia » Events // 20 November 2014, 12:03
It comes from the Cold War. A mysterious object launched by the Russian military is being tracked by western space agencies, stoking fears over the revival of a defunct Kremlin project to destroy satellites. For the past few weeks, amateur astronomers and ...
Russia » Events // 19 November 2014, 12:56
The New York Times reports:   A pair of pudgy, hairy man’s hands draped over the back of an ornate chair; two gold rings; a gold watch on a bracelet a bit too tight for the wrist; amber cufflinks pulling together crisp white cuffs that also seem a touch tight. ...
Russia » Events // 10 November 2014, 23:40
The Kremlin on Monday launched a brand new global propaganda effort called Sputnik as it seeks to build on the success of its English-language propaganda channel Russia Today. Sputnik will comprise a website and radio, and will broadcast in 30 languages from ...
Russia » Events // 10 November 2014, 22:46
Russia's present is too unbalanced to discuss, and Putin prefers to rehash the past. That increases the temptation to talk about the distant future, to fathom where the country's current trajectory is leading. Some smart commentators in Moscow have ...
Russia » Events // 9 November 2014, 14:36
'Each female citizen of Russia will be able to receive by mail the genetic material of the President' I’ve heard of disseminating ideas, but this is ridiculous. The Russian-language newspaper, Trust, is reporting that an actual lawmaker—albeit ...
Russia » Events // 8 November 2014, 15:45
According to enemy media, Russian occupation gang "Voroshilovsky judges" in the Muslim Sari Chin, which Russians fail to rename for many years and at the moment call it "Volgograd", banned to read and blocked information portal of Syrian ...
Russia » Events // 4 November 2014, 12:58
According to media outlets of Russian enemy, in Perepechino in Solnechnogorsk district of Moscow region on Sunday, November 2, at about 11 pm local time, two enemy policemen from traffic police were executed while in the vehicle. One of the officers was at ...
Russia » Events // 3 November 2014, 12:56
The purge began in late winter. One by one, hundreds of textbooks that Russian schoolchildren had relied upon for years were deemed unsuitable for use in the country’s 43,000 schools. The reasons varied, but they shared a certain bureaucratic obstinacy, writes ...
Russia » Events // 3 November 2014, 12:53
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
A so-called "court" in the Russian-occupied Japanese city of Toyohara (Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk) on the Russian-occupied Japanese island of Karafuto (Sakhalin) banned the book "Supplication/Du'a to God: its purpose and place in Islam". The ...
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
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