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U.S. Citizens in Ukraine – The Flies Come Home to Roost

“Hi, it’s me, I’m back. Slava Ukr-anus!” The shameful history of US depredations in Ukraine is now beyond dispute and wide open for all the world to see. And it seems that the degenerates, killers and losers who came to Ukraine to exploit the war here for their own ends are all cut from the […]


Orthodoxy and the Multipolar World

Back in the Middle Ages, Christianity was playing a major role in spreading literacy and knowledge. Interestingly, during the 11th century East-West Schism, when Christianity was being split into what is now known as the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church, one of the theologian disagreements between two churches, apart from disputes over the […]

Flores: How to create war like Syria – Herland Report TV

“Truth is the first casualty of war, the narratives become polarized,” says Joaquin Flores, editor-in-chief of Fort Russ News and director for Center for Syncretic Studies in Belgrade. “I am not saying the truth is somewhere in the middle, because that just simply creates the incentive for both sides to exaggerate further, to push the […]

Flores UNRAVELS Sudan Intrigues – MidEaStream

A new Sudan agreement ushers in a new governing council, including both civilians and generals, to pave the way towards elections and civilian rule and the establishment of an independent investigation into the crackdown on protesters by the security forces. Flores engages with Marwa Osman and explains on Mid East Stream how and why its […]

Putin’s Grand Strategy: A Brief History of Russia’s Restoration

By Arthur Evans – Today, Vladimir Putin is regarded by many, even by his opponents, to be one of the grandmasters in global politics. Most recently, he reaffirmed his status as a historic figure as he paid final tribute to Jacques Chirac, a person whom some in Europe call France’s last true president and who […]

POPOV: Steinmeier formula – a chance for peace in the Donbass

Eduard Popov is a Rostov State University graduate with a PhD in history and philosophy. In 2008, he founded the Center for Ukrainian Studies of the Southern Federal University of Russia, and from 2009-2013, he was the founding head of the Black Sea-Caspian Center of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, an analytical institute of […]

FLORES: Will the ECHR Determine That Russia Occupies Crimea? Ukraine’s Bungled Attempt Stands to Massively Backfire

By Joaquin Flores, originally published at SCF Ukraine has filed a problematic complaint through the European Court of Human Rights against Russia, alleging violations of the human rights of both individual citizens, and violations against the Crimean Tatar minority on the whole. But how they’ve gone about it, may require the commission to determine – […]