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As has been pointed out many times by European observers of the American political scene - maybe since Dwight Eisenhower's presidency, and certainly since Richard Nixon's resignation, no one can even think about one-man management of American politics
With less than a year to go until the 2018 FIFA World Cup hosted by Russia, and as the qualifiers reach their final stage, who is already qualified and how are the groups shaping up for the 32 places in the Finals to meet the Official Mascot, the Wolf called Zabivaka (the Goal Scorer)?
Oxford UK, the "city of dreaming spires", as described by poet Matthew Arnold and the oldest university city in the English speaking world, is to rescind the honour of the Freedom of the City awarded to Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi, over her response to the Rohingya crisis, reports The Guardian
Judging by statements from US President Trump, he is ready to abandon the traditional policy of interference in affairs of other states under the pretext of promoting democracy. It is obvious that Donald Trump says one thing, but the team that works with him often takes steps that come contrary to what the president says
Russian liberals do their best to speak ill of the history of Russia's relationships with the West. They talk about the need to introduce European values in Russia for the modernisation of socio-cultural reality. However, even in most difficult and darkest times of history, Nazi Germany was dearer to the West than Soviet Russia
A train rammed into a passenger bus, the motor of which died on railway tracks in the Vladimir region of Russia on October 6
As a result of the talks between Russian President Putin and King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdel-Aziz Al Saud in the Kremlin on October 5, the parties signed a package of agreements worth "billions of dollars"
The propaganda mill and the mainstream media greatly exaggerate the US national security risk to the American people, and it is for their own greedy self-interest to spread panic and paranoia among the American people
Turkish archaeologists unearthed the genuine burial ground of Nicholas - a saint revered by Orthodox and Catholic churches, who lived in the territory of modern-day Turkey. They believe that the real Saint Nicholas was buried in Demre. If this theory is true, it will just so happen that millions of Christians were worshiping the wrong relics
A train rammed into a passenger bus, the motor of which died on railway tracks in the Vladimir region of Russia on Friday, October 6. The drivers could not start the engine because of a problem with a battery
The moving airstairs of the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdel-Aziz Al Saud malfunctioned upon the king's arrival at Vnukovo international airport in Moscow
RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan said that she never came across such strong pressure against the television channel before, as the authorities of the United States are determined to oust RT from the USA. The US Department of Justice demands RT should be registered as a foreign agent. "In fact, we are supposed to flog ourselves," she said
The West can't change the course of war in Syria. They have to come up with a new hotspot, where they can harm Russia. It makes no sense for the West to make a greater problem out of Syria, it's easier to create another war in another place. Iraq does not seem to be a good choice at this point, because the West has eaten this country alive
As the proportion of the older persons across the Asia-Pacific region increases exponentially, we must seek out new and innovative approaches to this demographic trend. The number of older persons in the region is expected to more than double, from 535 million in 2015 to about 1.3 billion by 2050. The phenomenon has a strong influence on our lives
The King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, arrived in Moscow on September 4. The Saudi king will stay in Moscow till October 7. Experts believe that the state visit of the Saudi monarch to Moscow may justify Russia's hopes in the field of economic and defense cooperation with the largest monarchy of the Gulf
The issue of the independence of Catalonia places Europe in the middle of a quandary, in unchartered territory where the Union has never been before. Some speak of the break-up of the European Union, others of the right of a people to self-determination, others of respect for the Spanish Constitution. But at what point is a document worthless?
The World Health Organization has issued an alert that Bubonic and Pneumonic Plague are back, ravaging Madagascar since August this year, causing panic in the heavily populated coastal cities. In total there have been 131 cases and 24 deaths. Despite this, the WHO as usual has advised against any travel or trade restrictions.
On September 25, 92 percent from the total of 8.4 of Iraqi Kurds have voted "yes" to independence on the Iraqi Kurdish referendum, on whether to secede from the Iraqi territory. That was a symbolic step for the world's largest ethnic group composed by more than 30 million people spread across five countries...
The referendum in Catalonia has spiced up the topic of "tectonic" processes in the Old World. The Russian diplomacy may take advantage of the Catalan referendum to revisit the painful topic of the legal status of the Crimea. It is not only the Catalan referendum, but also the recent elections in Germany that give Russia such a reason
President Putin paid a surprising visit to Ankara on September 28th and put his signature on important decisions for the future of the region as a consequence of a bilateral discussion with President Erdoğan. Putin accepted President Erdoğan's invitation to consult regarding the latest occurrences in the Middle East