It’s not a gas – time for Europe to stand up to US hawks on Russia
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It’s not a gas – time for Europe to stand up to US hawks on Russia

Neil Clark is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and blogger. He has written for many newspapers and magazines in the UK and other countries including The Guardian, Morning Star, Daily and Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, The Spectator, The Week, and The American Conservative. He is a regular pundit on…

Eurasia in the War of Networks | ALEXANDER DUGIN

Eurasia in the War of Networks | ALEXANDER DUGIN

by Akira Zentradi The reason for writing this text was Vladimir Putin’s address to Russia’s Federal Assembly and the synchronized passage of the anti-Russian resolution 758 by the U.S. Congress. Commenting on the latter, Congressman Eliot Engel stated: “It’s time to recognize the fact that Russia under the leadership of Vladimir Putin is a threat to…

THE MULTIPOLAR WORLD AND THE POSTMODERN | ALEXANDER DUGIN

THE MULTIPOLAR WORLD AND THE POSTMODERN | ALEXANDER DUGIN

Alexander Dugin Professor of the Moscow State University, Doctor of political sciences, founder of the contemporary Russian school of Geopolitics, leader of the International Social Movement “Eurasian Movement“, Moscow, Russian Federation. § 1 Multipolarism as a Vision of the Future and Land in the Postmodern Era Multipolarism as an Innovative Mold-Breaking Concept The Multipolar Theory represents a unique direction that…

Stolen Kosovo: the Czech Documentary

Stolen Kosovo: the Czech Documentary

Although the Czech Television (Česká televize) was one of the sponsors of the documentary, it delayed broadcasting it several times, claiming the documentary was “unbalanced” and marked with “pro-Serbian bias”, and so “the tone of the documentary could cause negative emotions.”   Václav Dvořák, the director, responded that the same could be said for “Holocaust documentaries,…

Western Media – Brief history of Anti Russian propaganda

Western Media – Brief history of Anti Russian propaganda

  Nikolai Gorshkov   The latest spate of allegations by western media and politicians about Russian propaganda is nothing new. The UK Cabinet files from 1980-s just released by National Archives in London reveal the British establishment’s obsession with a propaganda war against Moscow. Ministers were worried over “the confused state of British public opinion (America…