Sweden is set to have a political earthquake in September.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's populist economic policies have finally caught up to him.
Scandinavia is entirely unexceptional.
US sanctions negatively affect the economies of the targeted countries, but they also push the nations hit by them to move closer to each other.
It’s not just campaigners saying it any more: democracy is officially at risk, according to parliament’s own digital, culture, media and sport committee.
The United States is in the terminal phase of its unipolar moment.
17th years in Afghanistan and America's list of enemies continues to grow.
"Anyone who does care about news needs to understand Facebook as a fundamental threat."
Authored by Philip Giraldi via American Herald Tribune: There has been some reporting in the United States mass media about the deteriorating relationship between Washington and...
After more than 20 years of fraught diplomatic efforts, the five littoral Caspian nations agreed upon a legal framework for sharing the world’s largest inland body...
At some point, the West will have to recognize Crimea’s right to self rule.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is not apologizing for his country’s call that the Saudis release human rights activists.
The American people are being led to the abyss by politicians who are either ignorant, insane or prostitutes for war profits.
The bottom-line difference between Donald Trump and Barack Obama, regarding U.S. national security policies.
What poses as antiracism and opposition to “hate” is little more than hostility to the identity and values of the core American ethnos.
Hate speech is libel, defamation and death threats. Alex Jones has never engaged in hate speech.
CNN Fake News lies about Yemen reporting that the war in Yemen is between “the internationally recognized government in Yemen and against the Iran-backed Houthi rebels.”
Financial warfare is just as devastating as physical warfare.
This article is being submitted to all US media, but it’s not likely to be published by many (if any).
The former US ambassador to Russia has proven to be quite adept at chastising Russia at every turn, even in retirement. But what exactly has McFaul...
Let’s compare Russia's "occupation" of Crimea with an occupation that the US is not demanding a swift end to: the US/NATO occupation of Afghanistan.
On the rare occasions the US mainstream media refer to the US shoot-down of an Iranian airliner in 1988, they sustain the myth it was simply...
The EU has also gone on the offensive.
Put aside what you think of Alex Jones for a moment. If they can do this to him and not fear the repercussions, they can do...
Everyone concerned is fortunate that tensions never led to open combat.
Accusations against Russia are based on outright lies and unproven accusations that continue to get more bizarre with each re-telling.
If half of what I have come to understand about the Curious Case of Bill Browder is true, then the “Magnitsky Trio” of Senators John McCain,...
The Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker-E is the top Russian air-superiority fighter in service today, and represents the pinnacle of fourth-generation jet fighter design. It will remain so...
Two ‘philanthropists' will now be fighting for control over Europe's political markets (or institutions).
Is the Trump Administration playing odd-man-out, teaming up with one of the two powers against the third.
Russia has certainly been bridge building these past few years, figuratively and literally.
In Greece we witnessed this repulsive, internally-generated tragedy in all its horrifying glory. Unfortunately we may soon see more far-reaching consequences...
The Soviet era's enigmatic wing-in-ground-effect (WIG) "Ekranoplan" is set to make a comeback according to various Russian media reports.
You may find it difficult to believe some of the things that I am about to share with you. Instinctively, most of us know that America is...
'There is a national security crisis, and there is a Russian threat. And we ourselves here in the United States, have created both of them.'
'Life pre-World Cup and post-World Cup is the same in Russia, only with less tourists.'