Category: Russia

Nina Khrushcheva: Why Moscow Protests Have Putin’s Government Worried

Up to 60,000 protesters gathered Saturday in Moscow in the largest demonstration Russia has witnessed in years

Jeremy Kuzmarov: Russian Blast Points to Danger of New Nuclear Arms Race

A new mobilization is now urgently needed in favor of arms control which can be modeled on the nuclear freeze movement of the 1980s

Dilip Hiro: Keep America Great (Don’t Count on It!)

Two Years Later, Trump Has Failed to Reverse America’s Decline

Chris Hedges: Manufacturing War With Russia

The new Cold War with Moscow shows little sign of abating

Richard Falk: Barr-bed Wire: A Framing Puzzle

In the tidal waves of mainstream coverage of the Barr Performance(stonewalling; no show; legalistic hairsplitting; evasion and lies), there is a huge elephant in the room that as far as I can tell has been ignored: THE RUSSIANS DID EVERYTHING THEY COULD DO TO HELP TRUMP WIN THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. This seems to have Read more…

Susan Sheinfeld: Why the focus on Russia and treason?

Trump should be charged with Abuse of Power, Violating the Emoluments Clause, and Obstruction of Justice

Ivan Ovsyannikov: Russia: The Protest Movement is Younger, Poorer, and More Left Wing

The populist leadership of the modern Russian opposition movement strikingly distinguishes it from protests at the beginning of the decade

Ted Glick: Mueller Time and Equating Trumpublicans and Democrats

The vast majority of us want the release of that report with all of its damning information in it about Trump to be used by the Democrats in the House to get at the truth about what has been going on since 2015

Glenn Greenwald: Trump-Russia Ties, Obstruction & More

The Justice Department has released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report detailing Russian meddling in the 2016 election, the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia and President Trump’s attempts to impede the special counsel’s investigation. The report states the campaign “expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released through Russian Read more…

Vijay Prashad: Venezuela’s future depends on China, Russia

If China and Russia are able to withstand the US pressure – and build alternative financial mechanisms – then a multipolar order can come into being. If they fail, then the world will remain under unipolar dominance

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