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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin
    Russian parliament passes law against 'undesirable' foreign organizations
    In a (not so) shocking move, Russia’s parliament overwhelmingly approved a law Tuesday, May 19 that would effectively shut down any organization that it deems “undesirable.” What constitutes an organization as undesirable? Well,...
  • Alexander Ovechkin
    After the abrupt end of his NHL season, Alex Ovechkin to join Russia for Worlds
    Though his NHL team, the Washington Capitals, are no longer in the running to capture the Stanley Cup, Alexander Ovechkin still has his sights set on bringing home some hardware. Instead of the silver of Lord Stanley’s Cup, he is hoping for...
  • Kerry And Putin Are Talking Again After Two Year Silence
    Kerry And Putin Are Talking Again After Two Year Silence
    Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian President Vladimir Putin carried out talks on Monday after a two year absence. It was in 2013 when John Kerry traveled to Moscow to talk with Putin. The last time the two met the main topic was Syria and...
  • Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
    Japan looks to strengthen military ties with United States
    Japan’s military hasn’t had much of a regional presence, much less a global one, for about 70 years. During World War II they had one of the strongest navies and air forces in the world, to say nothing of their army. A combination of...
  • Russian Biker Gang, The Night Wolves
    Putin-backed bikers stopped at Polish border, not permitted entry
    Ten members of the Night Wolves, an Ultra-Patriotic Putin-backed Russian biker gang, were stopped by Polish border guards at the country’s border with Belarus Monday morning, April 27. The Night Wolves’ attempt to ride through Poland...
  • Irving Berlin
    Irvin Berlin asked God to bless America
    Arriving on May 11, 1888 in Tyumen, Siberia, Israel Isidore Beilin (Irving Berlin) was a Russian born composer of Jewish heritage. His father, Moses Beilin, was a cantor in a synagogue prior to uprooting his family to make a new home in America....
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    Putin and Kim Jong-un to meet in Moscow as part of Russia's 'Look East' policy
    Vladimir Putin’s Russia and Kim Jong-un’s North Korea have a few things in common: they share an international border; have a penchant for throwing wrenches into diplomatic arrangements; and are both sanctioned by the United States....
  • Gallup's confusing survey concerning respect for various country's leaders
    Gallup's confusing survey concerning respect for various country's leaders
    It may not be to the left-leaning mainstream media’s delight, but to millions of Americans it is. In a Gallup poll released Wednesday, when it comes to international approval of leadership, the world's residents think U.S. leaders are...
  • Texas A&M University welcomes sanctioned terrorism supporter Alexander Dugin
    Texas A&M University welcomes sanctioned terrorism supporter Alexander Dugin
    Neo-Nazi Preston Wigginton is a familiar face at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. He has been allowed to spread racist, anti-Semitic speech at this prestigious learning institution for nearly a decade. In January 2012, Wigginton...
  • Obama foreign policy
    What is the Obama foreign policy?
    Void. Incomplete. Soft. Ineffective.Basically it means cutting enemies some slack to engage them in conversation. The idea is that enemies may soften up, listen, and change. How’s that working out?In the short run, enemies see that behavior...
  • Russians, Ukrainians, Americans march together in Los Angeles
    Russians, Ukrainians, Americans march together in Los Angeles
    A powerful march of peace and unity took place today in Los Angeles. Russians, Ukrainians and Americans came together for the March of Peace and Freedom. Organizers of this event stated: “We know that the power in the Kremlin does not...
  • Nicolas Maduro, during a visit to China to seek financial assistance.
    The strategic alliance of Iran, China, and Russia in Latin America
    Washington D.C. – It is no secret that the in the present-day China and Russia enjoy a significant amount of influence in Latin America. Likewise Iran has strong friendships that continue to be nurtured with the building of religious centers...
  • Could the next foot print be Russian?
    A Russian moon landing by 2030 is easier said than done
    When Space Daily reported on Friday that Russia is planning to land cosmonauts on the moon by 2030, the question arose about how serious the announcement was. Reading the story closely, the inevitable answer has to be that they are not that...
  • Russia sells missiles to Iran; Israel, U.S. are skeptical
    Russia sells missiles to Iran; Israel, U.S. are skeptical
    On Monday, April 13, Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted a 2010 ban on missile sales to Iran. The announcement comes less than two weeks after “Iran reached a framework agreement with world powers, including Russia and the United States,...
  • Putin Ignites Middle East
    Putin Ignites Middle East
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has once again opened the door for more controversy. On Monday he stated that a deal was in the works for the sale of the S-300 air defense missile to a tune of 800 million dollars for the Russians. Now this is bad...
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