Category: Russia

Pepe Escobar: Playing the New Silk Roads

A pacified Syria is key to the economic integration of Eurasia through energy and transportation connections

Jeremy Scahill: Moscow Mueller

What the Indictments and Plea Agreements Mean for Donald Trump

Juan Cole: Upshot of Mueller Probe

Putin did to US what we did to Iran and Iraq

Nick Turse: From America With Love

U.S. Commandos Are a “Persistent Presence” on Russia’s Doorstep

CJ Polychroniou: The failed dream of a Russian revolution

The possibilities available to create an egalitarian, socially just, ecologically friendly, and decent society lie outside the ideas, practices and policies of the October Revolution

Robert Fisk: Putin main player in Middle East

It would be Russia who does the rebuilding of Syria after the war and Saudi Arabia who paid for it. The two vast oil nations now seem to be set on a course of mutual collaboration

Mark Evans: The Classist Dynamic of Democratic Centralism

My Contribution to the 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution

Mikhail Gorbachev: My plea to the presidents of Russia and U.S.

Relations between the two nations are in a severe crisis. A way out must be sought, and there is one well-tested means available for accomplishing this: a dialogue based on mutual respect

Ryan Lizza: Dizzying Trump-Russia Revelations

The possible outcomes of the Russia investigation have always been wildly divergent. On one end of the spectrum, it is possible that the Russian government penetrated deep inside the Trump campaign—perhaps with the candidate’s knowledge—and the two entities knowingly colluded in a clearly illegal and perhaps treasonous manner, which could lead to a delegitimization of Read more…

Edward Snowden: ‘There Is Still Hope – Even for Me’

Interview on life in Russia, the power of the intelligence apparatuses and continuing to battle against all-encompassing surveillance by governments.

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