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Xi's Moscow Trip
Russia and China: 2030 Strategy
Seymour Hersh’s latest revelation
Why is German Chancellor Scholz covering up the destruction of Nord Stream by the US?
Silicon Valley Sad Serenade
What does the collapse of some US banks mean for global energy policy?
Yuan in 2023: Following The Path of the Dollar?
Moscow's increased use of the yuan would not undermine the dollar's dominance but could negatively affect Russia's economic growth
100,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed in war with Russia
More than 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have died in the war with Russia
Seismic Iran-Saudi Rapprochement Isolates US
The Chinese-brokered diplomatic deal between Saudi Arabia and Iran not only opens the way for resolution of region-wide conflicts, but potentially foils U.S. Mideast designs based on Saudi-Iranian enmity, writes Joe Lauria
Georgian protesters unwittingly imperil their nation's survival
Will India Become a Global Power?
Indian experts share views on the country's development
Reset in military style
Toward a New World Economic Order
What did Biden and Scholz decide at their top-secret war summit?
On Friday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz flew to Washington for a secret, one-hour war summit at the White House
Why India worries G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting goes "off-topic"
The two-day G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting was held in India on March 1 and 2
Ukrainian Trap for Poland
Territorial gains in Ukraine may lead to the demise of the Polish state
G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting urged not to be kidnapped by geopolitical rift
"A test" for India to play leadership role in multilateral mechanism with more urgent issues needed to be handled
France holds its largest-ever military exercise for war with Russia
Washington and Ankara
The current state and the future of relations between the two "problem allies"
Norway emerges as key staging ground for US military provocations against Russia
As the US-NATO war against Russia enters its second year in Ukraine, Washington is recklessly escalating the conflict
Further Western isolation of, sanctions against Russia dim prospects of peaceful settlement of conflict
Provocations would result in more bloodshed, sacrifice and property loss from relevant parties, experts said
Time to jointly press stop button on Russia-Ukraine conflict
On February 24, 2022, when the first gunshot at the Russia-Ukraine border shattered tranquility most people did not anticipate that it would evolve into the largest military conflict on the European continent since World War II
One year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Today marks one year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.
NATO powers intensify offensive against Russia after Munich Security Conference
One year after the reactionary invasion of Ukraine by the Putin regime, the west powers are organizing a massive escalation of the war, which increasingly raises the threat of a nuclear world war.
End of "Munich World"
What was the "Munich world"? And what are the fundamental changes that mark the end of this era?
War Machine NATO Sustains Life from One War After Another
It's almost been a year since the Russia-Ukraine conflict started
How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline
The New York Times called it a “mystery,” but the United States executed a covert sea operation that was kept secret—until now
Scott Ritter: The Best Speech I Never Gave
The speech Scott wanted to speak from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial
"Escalation unavoidable" if Russia's Call for Talks on Ukraine Ignored by US
West urged to consider more pragmatism in dealing with conflict
Europe will engulf itself in war with offer of fighter jets to Ukraine
Move may trigger strong Russian retaliation, drag NATO into conflict
Washington owes world an explanation of Nord Stream explosion
More than four months after the explosion of Nord Stream pipelines
Earthquake Sets Off Criticism of US Sanctions on Syria
The U.S. State Department made it clear on Monday that it was only willing to support some work carried out in Syria by NGOs, but that it would have no dealings with the al-Assad government, Peoples Dispatch reports
Davos Lost Out to Munich
Goodbye globalisation, hello post-capitalism?
Roger Waters at UN Security Council on Ukraine
The British rock star was invited by Russia to address the council Wednesday morning
US Navy attacked Nord Stream pipeline
Says Pulitzer-winning journalist Seymour Hersh
The next stage in the relentless US military escalation against Russia
NATO sends over 120 battle tanks to Ukraine in “first wave”
Twelve NATO countries have pledged to send between 120 and 140 modern main battle tanks to Ukraine
US pledges to “go on the offensive” against Russia
With this declaration, the entire prestige of the NATO alliance has been staked on the reconquest of all Ukrainian territory
US “likely” to send long-range missiles to Ukraine
The United States will “likely” announce that it is sending...
The war frenzy of Germany’s Greens
Since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine almost a year ago...
Poll of the Chinese newspaper The Global Times
50% of Europeans believe US actions on Ukraine crisis will bring negative impact to Europe’s economy
The fire McCarthy set is like McCarthyism reincarnated
The US House of Representatives voted on Tuesday...
"Blood Borders" Forever
Redrawing the borders in the East − where is it going?
NATO recklessly escalates war against Russia
The rapid escalation of the conflict in Ukraine has shattered the claim that NATO is not a party to the war against Russia
Who Are We Teaming Up Against?
China and Saudi Arabia are creating a new architecture for global energy security
US-led NATO intends to crack Belgrade down by backing Kosovo
The Balkans have traditionally been regarded as the "powder keg of Europe"
After Zelensky’s Washington trip
Ukraine launches another attack inside Russia
Former German Chancellor Merkel admits
The Minsk agreement was merely to buy time for Ukraine’s arms build-up
PLA holds fire strike drills around Taiwan island after US defense bill provokes China
Eastern Theater Command on Sunday organized cross-service joint combat alert patrols and joint fire strike exercises in maritime and aerial areas around the island of Taiwan...
Truce ‘far off’ as US adds fuel with aid plans amid Zelensky’s visit
Sustained commitment serves to weaken Russia, undermine EU
British troops on ground in Ukraine
In operations with “high level of political and military risk”
Strategic Alliance In The Middle East
The US keeps at trying to consolidate the region on an anti-Iran platform
The Syrian Knot: What's Next?
The Middle East's major flashpoint region is where the great powers' interests have come to a head
Crystallization of the Nazi bloc
The Bloc of Nazi states is now reflected in the official UN document
Just a Paper Tiger
The truth about sanctions: the West is shooting itself in the foot, while Russian exports to Europe are increasing
Why Are The Majority Of Germans Becoming Less Motivated To Support Ukraine?
A new survey shows that Germans strongly dislike military action and that energy costs are not the main problem.
NATO’s European members strained in aiding Ukraine, lose trust in US
A major reason Ukraine can hold out in the ongoing conflict with Russia until today...
The G20 Sunset
On the eve of the global financial cataclysm
West Unlikely To Succeed In Weaning New Delhi Away From Moscow
The Ukraine war has now gone on for nine months...
Western Media Badmouth China’s Epidemic Like How Washington Fans The Flames In Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Whatever China does in its battle against COVID-19...
What About German-Russian Relations?
Is there an improvement in sight?
US Social Media, Or The Ministry Of Truth?
After acquiring Twitter, Elon Musk proclaimed in a tweet, "The bird is freed."
US Can Hardly Find Kit Other Than Coercion In Its Toolbox For Gulf Countries
The same day the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Qatar...
Provocation with missile attacks may result in Kyiv and Warsaw losing control
Poland Missile Strike Reflects Growing Division In The West
The explosion that killed two people on Polish territory
Whom The Gods Would Destroy…
"Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad…" Euripides, an ancient Greek playwright
Long-Awaited Scene Between China And The US Gives The World Relief
On Monday afternoon local time, Chinese President Xi Jinping had a meeting with US President Joe Biden in Bali, Indonesia
As global attention shifts to Indonesia for G20 summit
А troubled world 'waits' for China's leadership
Can Britain be rebuilt to meet global priorities?
Three shades of red
What do the decisions taken at the 20th Congress of China's Communist Party signify for China itself and the rest of the world?
US midterm election
Approaches under risks of further national division and political violence
Chickens instead of black swans
Europe falls into the pit of anti-Russian sanctions
New united Europe
Why do the French and Italians need the Fourth German Reich
The Hoax That May Launch a Larger War
It all began with a hoax, and now it is about to launch the US and Europe into a larger conflict because of the Ukraine crisis
The Second Abduction of Europa
Is the US sacrificing allies for its economic benefit?
Gas Sultan for a Day
Turk Stream will share the fate of the Nord Stream
Poland is Christ of Nations
Polish imperial ambitions and war with Germany
Kicked Out in Disgrace
Unsuitability as the reason for the appointment and emergency resignation of British prime minister Liz Truss
Playing the Iran Card
Will Washington succeed in intimidating or "buying off" Tehran by weakening its fledgling alliance with Russia?
Musk's plan may have worked eight years ago, but it is now unworkable
US Launches Most Savage Attack on Free Trade
The US government on Friday published a sweeping set of export control rules
Another Ukraine in Central Asia?
What's happening in Kazakhstan, and is this really time for it?
US doesn’t See Ukraine as NATO Ally, but as de Facto Cannon Fodder
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced Friday local time he would pursue fast-track NATO membership, yet the application failed to draw enthusiasm from the US.
A Global War on Infrastructure
Sabotage against infrastructure as a United States' super-weapon
The Nord Stream sabotage, part 2
The Russo-Ukrainian "Gas Relations"
The Nord Stream sabotage, part 1
Cloud of Suspicion Hangs Over Europe on Nord Stream Leaks
Risks escalating Ukraine crisis, causing greater pains for Europeans amid energy crisis
The end of the lines
The Nord Stream accidents have made it impossible to restore Russian-German relations
India, Rule the Waves!
Indian Navy's switch from its legacy "British" naval symbol to a national one marks the completion of New Delhi's transformation into a world-class global player in its own right
Geopolitics: Releasing the Inner Child and Its Implications
Why is it that Russia and the West can never agree?
The Judgement of Solomon
Western Pacific re-emerges as an arena of international confrontation
Military Contract as a Death Sentence
An attempt to accelerate Poland's militarisation may lead to its collapse
GT Voice: Japan Needs to Be Mindful of Poison behind US Chip Drive
Tokyo Electron very concerned about US moves to broaden restrictions on high-tech exports to China
Debtors vs Creditors: World Revolution or World War?
How the US and its closest allies are going to exploit other countries’ mounting economic problems to take on Russia and China
Seymour Hersh’s latest revelation
Pentagon Leaders Say New Budget Will Help Prepare for War With China
Pentagon Blocks US From Sharing Info on Alleged Russian War Crimes With ICC
International Women's Day
Scott Ritter: The Best Speech I Never Gave
A Menacing Cloud of Terror Swirling over the West
Europe Is Being Torn Apart by Gas Disputes While the Obvious Solution Is Staring It in the Face
A "Buffet" of Extremist Beliefs
The Prospect of a Nuclear Explosion in Europe
The British Lion Is in Its Death Throes
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