It's easy to see why, according to a new Harris poll, 71 percent of Americans said they do not want Joe Biden to run for re-election. As Americans face record gas prices and the highest inflation in 40 years, President Biden admits he could not car
The Kremlin emanates confusion. The Kremlin is doing its best to appease the West, and the West won't let them. Just consider the matter of Russia servicing its foreign debt.
After threatening to do so for a couple months now, Russia has pulled the trigger on expanding the list of commodities for which it demands payment in rubles to now include grain exports, effective Friday per a government legal website.
Russian forces are, to put it bluntly, mopping the floor with the Ukrainian military.
The blockade of Kaliningrad by Lithuanian forces does not bode well for the future of Europe. And if it impacts Europe, it will impact the USA as well.
We have a significant development in Lisichansk as the Russian special forces became involved with mercenary forces. According to Russian military sources, there are 14 mercenaries dead and 12 prisoners.
It's too easily forgotten by the deep and not-so-deep in thought that production is all about the getting. Goods and services always flow. Everywhere. Without regard to embargoes and sanctions.
Russia on Tuesday announced a new round of sanctions against 25 Americans that ban them from entering the country.
- the West's endless money printing The announcement that Russia has defaulted on its debt is an attempt by Western central banks to hide the fact that it is destroying the global financial system by flooding it with more newly printed money.
Russia -- "The Security Council has primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security."
Russia is the world's second largest producer of gold.
Russia responds to Lithuania's blockade of Kaliningrad with new threats of 'action,' worsening fears of World War III
"Everyone in the know understands that this is not a default at all... This whole situation looks like a farce."
Lithuania cyber defense: "It is very likely that attacks of similar or greater intensity will continue in the coming days, especially in the transportation, energy and financial sectors."
Europe threatens to cut imports from Russia further, and pretend to pay less, but only if Russia doesn't cut exports to Europe even more first.
Having sparked hyperinflation in European gas prices and record energy costs around the globe with their poorly conceived and implemented Russian energy sanctions which have backfired spectacularly...
Jens Stoltenberg, Washington's NATO puppet, says "peace negotiations," not Russian victory, will end the conflict in Ukraine.
In this panel discussion brought to you by Unlimited Hangout and OffGuardian, panelists discuss the nature of the East-West dichotomy and whether the rise of Eurasia and the fall of the West were engineered by certain factions of global elites and fo
Situation Update, June 24, 2022 - Putin announces new BRICS global reserve currency project to REPLACE the petrodollar
There's a John Mearsheimer video clip from 2016 that's going viral on Twitter right now, as old John Mearsheimer clips tend to do in the year 2022 when his predictions that western actions would lead to the destruction of Ukraine are coming horrifyin
In 1998, President Jimmy Carter's National Security Advisor Zbiegnew Brzezinski told Le Nouvel Observateur that the CIA "knowingly increased the probability" that the Russians would invade Afghanistan by covertly supporting the Mujahideen befor
Russia -- If Kiev forces strike Russian territory, "the armed forces of our country will have no other choice but to strike (the regime's) decision-making centers,"
A wider war is Washington's goal
The problem with anti-imperialists who spend all their time criticizing the evil US empire is that there aren't nearly enough of them.
Those who believe that things will go back to the way they were before the outbreak of the conflict in Ukraine are wrong, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.
Lithuania -- On November 11, 2002, a joint Russia/EU agreement was reached on transiting between the separated Kaliningrad region and rest of the Russian Federation
Ukraine's Parliament passed two bills that will restrict Russian music and books. If President Volodymyr Zelensky signs the legislation, it will be a significant step forward in Kiev's attempt to purge the Russian culture.
Biden Admininstration escalating Ukraine to Nuclear War with Russia
Russia is done with the West. The divorce is nearly complete. In the past few days we've heard from all major Russian leaders the same thing, "The West will play by our rules now."
Experts say a nuclear response is unlikely but not impossible