Clayton Morris sits down with Colonel Douglas MacGregor to outline the next phase of the war in Ukraine.
Russia -- On Dec. 27 by executive order, Vladimir Putin banned sales of Russian oil and petroleum products to nations imposing a price cap in defiance of market principles and the rule of law.
Russia's former president and current deputy chair of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev wrote a lengthy article for Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper, in which he summarized his thoughts on how the year 2022 has changed the world order forever.
Russia Close To Legalizing International Trade In Bitcoin, Crypto: Head Of Finance Committee
Russia seeks arms control agreements to prevent dangerous escalation. But the U.S. seeks only unilateral advantage. This risks all out conflict unless this changes.
Winter is campaign season in Russophone warfare. Which side has the advantage headed into 2023?
I will also say that in my articles I am defending truth, not Putin, although Putin is, in my considered opinion, the most honest player, and perhaps the most naive, in the current game that could end in nuclear Armageddon.
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One civilian was killed, another eight people were wounded, and a poultry farm was damaged in Ukrainian shelling in Russia's Belgorod Oblast, the region's governor said on Sunday.
Russia -- Ongoing by hot and other means, the empire of lies has been using Ukrainian Nazified and conscript troops as proxy foot soldiers against Russia and its people since its 2014 coup in Kiev.
Putin prepares new hypersonic 20,000 mph Avangard 'meteorite' missile that travels at 27 times the speed of sound and can hit any target in the world in less than 30 minutes
Russia -- Hegemon USA has been at war on Russia since the Obama/Biden regime's 2014 coup in Kiev.
Among realists who don't accept the Kiew siegt an allen Fronten! narrative it is widely assumed that Russia will soon begin, perhaps in dramatic and decisive fashion, a winter offensive.
"Michael McFaul, who I would say is the leader of the neocons in the House... I got into an argument with him once last year on the phone. He told somebody that I was a Russian agent or something, and I was outraged," Tucker said, referring to the fo
UPDATED 8:41 AM EST -- "POINT OF NO RETURN" - Kremlin: Russia and the West Have Reached the "Confrontation" Stage
When news broke on Thursday that Joe Biden, one of the worst U.S. politicians ever when it comes to foreign policy --
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has offered his bluntest and most dire assessment to date of the state of Russia-West relations, saying in Monday remarks that even if the war were to end quickly, relations are beyond repair. He described that
Putin 'readies nuke missile for LAUNCH' as Yars rocket able to strike UK and US is locked and loaded in silo near Moscow
Dear Readers, you might be tired of "doom and gloom," but the life of the planet is threatened by the continuing conflict in Ukraine, and no one else is addressing the dangerous situation.
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Dear Readers: The insouciance of Washington and its European puppets toward the dangerous situation they are provoking with Russia is frightening.
In what Antiwar's Dave DeCamp describes as "a rare acknowledgment of the dangers of backing Ukraine," NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg acknowledged a fear of something going "horribly wrong" and leading to a hot war between the nuclear-armed a
The war in Ukraine has been in a partial hiatus for the past two months.
...with 'merchant of death' arms dealer Viktor Bout
The section will allow gas to be transported from Russia to China's eastern economic powerhouse Shanghai, according to the report.
Five years ago today, Congress learned from sworn, horse's-mouth testimony that there is no technical evidence that Russia (or anyone else) hacked the DNC emails showing how the DNC had stacked the deck...
The Ukrainian President called for the Russian Orthodox Church to be outlawed after Kiev's intelligence agency conducted several raids on Orthodox cathedrals
In an effort to dull the effect of international restrictions on its oil sales, Russia has discretely assembled a "shadow fleet" of more than 100 tankers, according to shipping brokers and industry analysts who spoke to the Financial Times.
Russia -- The price of goods and services is largely determined by supply and demand.