Tag: Geopolitics

ISIS – The New Old Terrorist Threat

| September 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

obamaThe world leaders are debating these days about whether they have to join forces against this “new” enormous terrorist threat called ISIS that apparently “has appeared from nowhere”. The United States have already started to bomb some ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria but now the conversations are about bigger coalition against this new big enemy.

The uninformed public is watching the news, sees how radical islamists execute people and the officials, well, they take advantage of all this.

Continue Reading

MH17 – Unveiling USA’s Propaganda

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

mh17 crash

Something is rotten in the state of Ukraine. There are a lot of questions about the Malaysian jet that are pretty inconvenient both for the Kiev junta and for USA that support it. Despite the whole propaganda confusion, it is not hard to understand the discrepancy between USA’s accusations against Russia and the facts that were alleged.

Continue Reading

The West – Shocked by Russia’s Actions

| July 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Mikhail Delyagin

We offer you an analysis of the relationship between Russia and the West by the economist Mikhail Delyagin. It is an excerpt of his own program “Delyagin’s Hour”. The statement is from April this year, short after the reunification with Crimea.

Continue Reading

Ukraine – Bargaining Chip in the Battle Between China and USA for the EU Market

| June 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

ukraine china 2013In this article about the Ukrainian crisis, we present a point of view that is pretty different from the ones on the mass media. The economist Mikhail Khazin gives a well-grounded explanation of the situation in Ukraine with the competition between China and USA for markets. Here are the most significant points.

Continue Reading

The War In Ukraine – Road To Catastrophe

| May 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

mariupol ukraineIt’s a total mess. That’s the so called Ukrainian crisis. The war that is going on there is a road to catastrophe – it’s already local, it might turn into global.

We’ve covered the Kiev protests earlier this year, our prediction that the country would divide turned out to be right. We later explained the situation in Crimea and if you follow us on twitter you know that we comment on the events every day. It’s not because Ukraine is hot news but because it’s the most important battlefield in the world since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Continue Reading

Putin’s Order

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Vladimir Putin

Sergey Dorenko is a famous Russian TV and radio journalist. On the 4th April he published an interesting video monologue on his YouTube channel Rasstriga (literally “defrocking”), in which he criticizes the way the majority of people interpret Russian politics and explains Vladimir Putin’s role in the world’s political game.

Continue Reading

The Shale Gas Deception

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

fracking, frack offShale gas – one of the current bitter bananas liberal media throw at us. It is claimed that shale gas extraction is a major breakthrough in petrol industry that will help USA and European countries have energy independence. Big petrol companies are involved in exploring the opportunities to produce shale gas in Eastern Europe. But the real question is whether this will lead to a major change in the present status quo on the market. The answer is NO. Here’s an explanation why.

Continue Reading

Turkish Dictatorship – Not a Problem for the West?

| March 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

erdoganTurkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has never been as impertinent as now – by banning Twitter in Turkey he is boasting off power and even claimed that he does not care about the opinion of the international community. Erdogan’s government remained stable after long-lasting riots and has a significant number of core supporters. In the same time, there are many opponents to Erdogan’s Neo-Ottoman dreams in Turkey itself. It is disturbing that the country with the second-largest army in NATO is ruled by Islamic extremists.

Continue Reading

More On The Ukrainian Riots – Possibly Leading Russia to Another Geopolitical Triumph?

| March 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

ukraine russia crimea usaKiev is under control of the criminal parliament minority supported by neo-nazis and extreme nationalists. The Crimea region separated from Ukraine. The other regions inhabited by Russian speakers (the actual majority of Ukraine’s population) are ready to do the same as long as the nazi junta is posing a threat to them. Russian public figures and politicians are openly insisting on starting an intervention in Ukraine. The presence of Russian troops in Crimea and the massive military drills are a demonstration of Putin’s decisiveness to defend Russian geopolitical positions and economic interests. Western liberal propaganda is trying to demonize Russia but it is all bluff media puffery. Here is an explanation why.

Continue Reading

Ukraine Divided – The Violent Ukrainian Protests Explained

| February 1, 2014 | 1 Comment

protests in ukraineUkraine – one of the poorest countries in Europe is almost in a civil war. The ongoing lawlessness and violence and the inability of Ukrainian authorities to deal with them threaten to turn into a humanitarian crisis. Even the future existence of the country is called into question. Here is a short explanation of the problem.

Between Russia and EU – how it started

Continue Reading