The Duran – News in Review – Episode 125.
It is now just six months before Britain formally leaves the EU. This article details the economic and political issues, followed by a commentary on the...
Greece repeatedly raised taxes during its international bailouts between 2010 and August 2018.
Creating "a defensible banking architecture" is the end goal for the Europeans, China and Russia.
Under Article 13, platforms would have to install “upload filters”. YouTube could be shorn of much of its content. Big sites would probably survive but, smaller sites...
Some are pointing out that the new copyright push could potentially block or ban memes from being shared on the European internet.
Viktor Orban tells EU parliament: 'Hungary will not be blackmailed!'
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 104.
Under the mask of the separation of Serbs and Albanians, Vucic wants to execute an open treason that violates the Constitution that he is obliged to...
Europe's relationship with the US was changing even before Donald Trump and his provocative Tweets came along. Germany now sees the current trans-Atlantic antipathy as a...
The austerity imposed on the Greek people by the EU, the IMF, and the Greek government has resulted in the contraction of the Greek economy by...
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 76.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 70.
Thousands of people have signed onto a petition calling on the British government to ban Steve Bannon from entering the UK.
Spain’s Popular Party speaks out against the arrival of “millions” of migrants.
Branson noted that if another vote were to take place, he believes the 'stay' vote would win.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 67.
Steven Bannon is taking on George Soros in his own Brussels back yard.
Juncker came to DC and became Trump's little "surrender monkey."
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 55.
The role of Matthew Nimetz in the longstanding conflict between Greece and its northern neighbor may purportedly be that of an impartial mediator, but his past...
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 41.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 33.
Alexander Mercouris in London: Breaks down the Gazprom - EU legal dispute.
Italy's unelected pro EU President has just set a democratic election aside by preventing anti-EU parties forming a government
Despite his anti-austerity facade, Varoufakis' Eurogroup deal in February 2015 led Greece into the third memorandum agreement.
Two Greek soldiers captured by Turkey continue to be held in a maximum security prison pending trial, face five years in prison.
EU Council statement retreats from "culpable" to "highly likely", and refers to "ongoing investigation" of Skripal case
Michael Nevradakis spoke to Radio Sputnik about Turkey's aggression towards Greece and Cyprus, the Macedonia name dispute, the consequences of Eurozone membership for Greece and the...
The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) puts EU agriculture and the environment, as well as democratic institutions, at risk.
The interview was broadcast Friday on the "Fault Lines" radio program, aired on Radio Sputnik's Washington DC-area station.
A herbicide accused by some of being a carcinogen and harming the honeybee population, "Roundup" licensed to be distributed in Greece for five years.
Dimitris Avramopoulos tells Europe that migrants are here to stay, predicts new migration surge.
The EU is deliberately, and without any justification, wrecking one of its own member states, destroying its entire economy
The EU and NATO perpetually fail to protect their member states in the face of Turkish aggression towards Greece and Cyprus.
The Italian elections have resulted in the predicted swing against the centre-left pro-EU Democratic Party, the successor of Italy’s once mighty Communist Party – the party...
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