Päivitetty: 26.05.2017 10:26
  • Why is Putin coming to Paris?
    Having announced Putin's visit to Paris, the Kremlin gave the new French leader an opportunity to correct the mistake made by his predecessor, Francois Hollande. The forthcoming meeting in Versailles is to prove that France has not lost its place among world's greatest powers. When dealing with present-day France, nothing can be said for certain
  • The Wages of War is Death
    "For the Wages of Sin is Death." So says the Bible. It seems to be a reasonable, common sense appraisal of human life or even an application of Newton's laws of physics regarding action and reaction. It is also a way of looking at the mystery of karma.
  • Five grandiose abandoned Soviet projects that leave one speechless
    The history of a superpower that used to make the world tremble with fear and respect keeps many secrets. Today, some of those secrets come to light. The USSR used to spend enormous funds and resources on the construction of gigantic and super powerful projects. The Great Patriotic War could not but affect the development of the country
  • Fascism in Ukraine: The West too blind to see it
    The West shows strange reactions to what has been happening in Ukraine. It appears that the West has a distorted perception of what is happening in the Ukrainian society: Western critics turn a blind eye on rising fascism. Blocking social networks would be called a sign of a totalitarian state. But not in Ukraine
  • Russian senator: Trump's call to hold Russia accountable for Crimea highly unproductive
    US President Donald Trump told Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni that he supported the idea to bring Russia to justice for the Crimea and the crisis in the east of Ukraine
  • Ukraine to terminate railway communication with Russia
    Ukraine intends to terminate railway passenger traffic with Russia. Restrictions can be introduced as early as in July of this year
  • Chinese warships chase US destroyer out of Chinese waters
    China issued a warning to the Dewey, a US destroyer that entered the waters of the disputed Nansha (Spratly) archipelago in the South China Sea
  • Nizhny Novgorod to open direct flight with Malta
    The Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Malta opened in Nizhny Novgorod. One of the first objectives of the consulate is to open a direct air route between the city of Nizhny Novgorod and the island state in the Mediterranean Sea
  • Europa League: Manchester's Moment of Mourinho Magic
    José Mourinho for the second time with a second club wins the Europa League, Manchester United beating Ajax 2-0 in the final, Pogba and Mkhitaryan the executors of the goals. José Mourinho wins his fourth UEFA trophy.
  • Mission nearly accomplished: Russia lives in a circle of simmering conflicts
    A look at the map is enough to see Russia being almost completely surrounded by zones of instability and conflict, many of which are fraught with nuclear war. A clear understanding and deep awareness of this fact is necessary for developing a promising foreign policy strategy. Problems are everywhere: North Korea, Afghanistan, the Middle East, etc
  • The power of the Baltic Fleet of Russia
    The Baltic Fleet is the Russian Federation Navy's presence in the Baltic Sea. The fleet had been part of the navy of Imperial Russia and later the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
  • Scandals in Washington mark decline of US supremacy
    The events of recent weeks show that Washington has been losing initiative on the world stage. This is most noticeable for what has been happening in the Asia-Pacific region lately. US President Trump tries to promote large-scale and extremely ambitious projects in the Middle East. Washington's foreign economic activities have been reluctant recently
  • Philippine President Duterte asks Putin for state-of-the-art weapons
    President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, asked Russian President Vladimir Putin for modern weapons
  • Russia to receive Sukhoi PAK FA aircraft and S-500 air defence systems in 2019
    Russian troops will start receiving fifth-generation fighter jets known as PAK FA (Prospective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation), as well as S-500 air defence missile systems in 2019
  • Russia blocks BlackBerry
    Russia's telecom and media watchdog Roskomnadzor has blocked all BlackBerry websites, having thus deprived owners of BlackBerry smartphones of the possibility to access their settings and personal accounts. In response to complaints, Russian officials redirect all questions to Canada
  • North Korea and the legal issue
    What is the legal question covering the nuclear weapons program and missile testing in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, otherwise known as North Korea? According to the USA, Pyongyang is violating international law and its nuclear and missiles programs are illegal. But is this the case?
  • Russia launches major upgrade of air defence system
    CIS member states will build a unified system of air and space defence. The project envisages the creation of subsystems for the destruction of space assault weapons. Russia is beginning to improve the system of anti-missile defense, and it is not only Russia, but other countries of the CIS that are involved in this activity
  • Russian Patriarch: Cross and Crescent are powerful weapons to combat terrorism
    Efforts to raise religious literacy of the population will play an important role in the struggle against terrorism, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill believes
  • Islamic State confirms involvement in Manchester explosion
    The Islamic State terrorist group (banned in Russia) has officially claimed responsibility for the explosion at the Manchester Arena
  • South Korea attacks unidentified object flying from North
    South Korea attacked an unknown object that crossed the North Korean border. Details of the incident are being clarified
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