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Israel gave Russia a farming drone and pissed-off Uncle Sugar, Spain, assorted military bureaucrats

Or would you rather have a cow?

❝ Never look a gift horse in the mouth, or so the saying goes. And it probably should have applied to the following laborious and comical international incident concerning a drone and Israel, Russia, and the United States.

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Putin Makes His Move! Russian Economy Minister Alexey Ulyukaev Arrested for Corruption

I have to interrupt the regularly scheduled posts I promised you all yesterday for this huge breaking news. Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexey Ulyukaev has been detained earlier today in Russia. 1,856 more words


Rassegna settimanale 31 ottobre-6 novembre: Cina e Corea del Nord

31 ottobre 2016, CINA – Cina: nulla è cambiato alle Scarborough

La scorsa settimana le navi cinesi hanno smesso di ostacolare le navi da pesca filippine nell’area dell’atollo Scarborough (conteso tra diversi Paesi del sudest asiatico, oltre che dalla Repubblica Popolare Cinese). 672 more words

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In Historic St. Petersburg Meeting, Russian & Chinese PMs Map Out "Win-Win" Vision for Future

Meeting yesterday in St. Petersburg for the 21st Regular Meeting of Russian and Chinese Heads of Government, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev laid out a vision of “win-win” cooperation, to strengthen their strategic partnership through a stunning array of bilateral cooperation agreements. 520 more words


Can Russia Learn From Brazil’s Fate?

William Engdahl recently explained how Washington used the corrupt Brazilian elite, which answers to Washington, to remove the duly elected President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, for representing the Brazilian people rather than the interests of Washington. 798 more words



The historian Valery Solovei had this to say about the rumored reforms of the government that are supposedly coming:

Over the past two days I have received several dozen requests to comment on the possible reform of the state administration (the replacement of the presidency by the State Council as a central element of )….

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Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte about to 'cross the Rubicon' with US

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday he has decided to “cross the Rubicon” in his ties with the United States and will open trade alliances and offer long-term land leases to “the other side of the ideological barrier,” China and Russia. 418 more words