It seems the UN isn't ever good enough for the US, even when Washington gets its way.
What's next for Russia-US relations?
Russia sent a clear message to the US in recent statements.
ISIS leader reportedly killed by a Russian airstrike in Syria.
The information in leaked emails which Wikileaks now claims are authentic, is damning.
Can Russia and Britain ever see eye to eye?
According to the latest news, Facebook began testing new tools to carry out its "censorship plan" with the convenient name of "tackling fake news".
After ousting the legitimately elected President Dilma Rousseff, her successor Michel Temer is losing the support of the public and his political base.
As Italians ride the same anti-establishment wave that enabled the Brexit and Donald Trump's victory in the US, one question remains - what's next?
Was Donald Trump right when he said that Barack Obama might be one of the worst presidents in US history?
Donald Trump's election victory in the US, and the coming election victories of either Francois Fillon or Marine Le Pen in France, are set to transform...
After Donald Trump’s election, the shock and grief expressed by Liberal pundits and celebrities were virulent and melodramatic, but they were in no sense truly surprising....
The Duran's Alex Christoforou weighs in on Russia's deployment of Iskandar-M missile to Kaliningrad.
It is now obvious that the Clinton Foundation’s primary function was always as a shell organization to facilitate the exchange of money for favors.
The case of the "Aleppo Boy" is the latest in a long line of examples of the use of media images to promote war.
Russia’s latest macro indicators are in and there is good reason to believe the economy has left the recession behind.
Reports coming in confirm that their will be no blanket ban for team Russia.
On Loud & Clear, Brian Becker discusses Secretary of State John Kerry's two-day trip to Russia.
In an interview with Muslimpress, Alex Christoforou talks about the media and Islamophobia in the Western countries.
NATO is preparing to finalize the biggest military buildup in response to fears by what it calls Moscow’s role in Ukraine’s crisis.
The Brexit ricochet effect continues with no end in sight. Washington and Ankara now say they are willing to cooperate with Russia in Syria. Meanwhile, Hillary...
Alexander Mercouris speaks with Brian Becker of Radio Sputnik on the recent contradictions growing between Beijing and Washington.
Wayne State University in Michigan decided to drop the mathematics requirement from its general education curriculum.
The meaning of Brexit – the bigger picture. UK voters have rejected the EU and, importantly, they have rejected the political status quo. Today, sovereignty and...
Well it has happened - citizens of the UK have decided to call it quits. The decades long debate whether to remain part of the Europe...
The EU has not only become too big for its own good, it’s too big to do hardly anything good.
For politicians, economists, political hucksters and the various news media, this was not their finest hour.
Neocons are like zombies. Until somebody shoots them in the head they are going to keep moving.
The gordian knot of Syria, created by United States foreign policy, is leading the US towards conflict with Russia.
As the International Economic Forum kicks off in St. Petersburg, Peter Lavelle discusses the EU migrant crisis with a stellar panel, including The Duran's Alexander Mercouris.
You can't make this up. Saudi Arabia will crack down on the very terrorists they sponsor?
"The West's offensive against Russia is on multiple fronts and is very dangerous."
Video of a boisterous Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission President, has reemerged sparking a social media storm.
North Korean hackers used “password” as their server password. The US Government wants us to believe that these are the guys that hacked $81 million out...
Paul Craig Roberts is an American economist, journalist, blogger and former civil servant. He served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy under Ronald...
On dissent journalism, Joe Lauria says: “I am doing what I think I should do...Western media minimizes or omits the other side of the story."