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  • Putin, The Mafia And Spain
    Putin, The Mafia And Spain
    Spanish prosecutors out of Madrid, Spain are wanting to indict 27 suspected members of the Saint Petersburg based Tambov gang. The 488 page petition to indict includes information concerning a decade of Tambov activities in Spain. Included in one...
  • The Financial Collapse Of Greece
    The Financial Collapse Of Greece
    Greece, the political mother of many of the world's countries, cannot pay her bills. She is on her second bailout and has now at the eleventh hour requested a third bailout from Eurozone which if approved will be enough to take her into 2017....
  • Russia’s top 140 lies about Ukraine
    Russia’s top 140 lies about Ukraine
    The Kremlin’s propaganda continues to advance by leaps and bounds. Instead of being embarrassed by the constant stream of debunked news stories, Russia’s agitprop machine is on the offensive. The principle of “mirroring” is...
  • Laurent Chehere's "Flying Houses” at the the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow, Russia
    The best exhibitions and events to visit this summer: From NYC to Russia
    New York City, the city I reside in, is, by far, one of a few cities around the world that offers so many events and exhibitions that feature local and international artists, which makes the residents the luckiest people because we don’t...
  • River Victoria
    Cruisers cool to Russia river trips amid political tensions
    Headlines in recent days – “U.S. moving tanks to Europe” on CNN.com, “Russia's Black Sea Fleet heads to Atlantic” in the Moscow Times, among others – indicate that the political clashes between Russia and...
  • European Union Extends Sanctions Against Russia
    European Union Extends Sanctions Against Russia
    For the past year Russia has lived with sanctions against its businesses and citizens. Russia started all this by stepping in when former Ukrainian President Yanukovych was going to sign a trade treaty with the European Union. Russian President...
  • Vladimir Putin, The Man
    Vladimir Putin, The Man
    Russian President Vladimir Putin recently opened up to some reporters and talked about his family and ex-wife. He said that he has kept the lines of communication opened with Lyudmila, and that he and his family can be found talking in the wee...
  • Military testing balloons to counteract Russian cruise missiles
    Military testing balloons to counteract Russian cruise missiles
    Most Americans assume the Cold War ended in 1989 with the tearing down of the Berlin Wall. Nothing could be further from the truth and the military is spending more now to prevent a new Cold War. It was reported Saturday the Pentagon is reportedly...
  • Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: U.S. foreign policy is to buy off politicians and media
    Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: U.S. foreign policy is to buy off politicians and media
    On June 20, the former U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, gave an address to theConference on the European/Russian Crisis in Delphi, Greece. During his assessment of U...
  • Moon landings a hoax? Russian official wants international probe into Apollo
    Moon landings a hoax? Russian official wants international probe into Apollo
    A Russian official went after NASA's Apollo program this week, calling for an international investigation into the manned moon landings that took place between 1969 and 1972. He said the investigation could also concentrate on locating the...
  • Is OPEC close to using Petro-Yuan as Russia commences talks with Saudi Arabia?
    Is OPEC close to using Petro-Yuan as Russia commences talks with Saudi Arabia?
    Within the past 10 days, Russia and China have concluded two historic energy agreements in which both oil and natural gas will now be sold using the Yuan currency. And with Russia beginning oil talks with Saudi Arabia on June 18 during the...
  • ICBM’s in Russia’s future, report reveals members of Congress favored by USSR
    ICBMs in Russia’s future, report reveals members of Congress favored by USSR
    The Cold War lasted from 1945 to 1991 and during that time, both the United States and the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) built thousands of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), a guided ballistic missile with a minimum...
  • Vladimir Putin Ups The Ante
    Vladimir Putin Ups The Ante
    Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking at Army 2015 has announced that 40 intercontinental missiles or ICBM's will be added to his countries nuclear arsenal by years end. Putin presented this little bombshell in response to last weeks NATO...
  • Kurds Take On ISIS
    Kurds Take On ISIS
    The Syrian-Turkish border town of Tal Abyad saw major fighting between the Kurds and ISIS on Monday. The town has been held by the Islamic State and has been a major source of commerce for the terrorists. The Kurdish fighters known as YPG along...
  • Killer Troop, 3rd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, begin Dragoon Ride in Poland [Image 1 of 8]
    Russia might soon have U.S. armored combat vehicles near its borders
    Russian aggression in Ukraine continues worrying the U.S. and NATO, and the threat of further Russian encroachment into Europe is causing the alliance to discuss plans to move armored vehicles and troops closer to the Russian border.Bloomberg...
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