Authored by Philip Giraldi via American Herald Tribune: There has been some reporting in the United States mass media about...
After more than 20 years of fraught diplomatic efforts, the five littoral Caspian nations agreed upon a legal framework for sharing the world’s largest inland body...
At some point, the West will have to recognize Crimea’s right to self rule.
Ruble continues to tank under the spectre of looming American sanctions imposed on the basis of circumstantial evidence and insinuation.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is not apologizing for his country’s call that the Saudis release human rights activists.
The American people are being led to the abyss by politicians who are either ignorant, insane or prostitutes for war profits.
The bottom-line difference between Donald Trump and Barack Obama, regarding U.S. national security policies.
What poses as antiracism and opposition to “hate” is little more than hostility to the identity and values of the core American ethnos.
Hate speech is libel, defamation and death threats. Alex Jones has never engaged in hate speech.
CNN Fake News lies about Yemen reporting that the war in Yemen is between “the internationally recognized government in Yemen and against the Iran-backed Houthi rebels.”
Social media and news media alike condemn Twitter CEO for decision, but he is actually the sane man in the room right now.
Financial warfare is just as devastating as physical warfare.
This article is being submitted to all US media, but it’s not likely to be published by many (if any).
The US government displays its lack of contact with reality with sanctions, designed to hurt both US-Russia relations and President Trump.
The EU has also gone on the offensive.
Accusations against Russia are based on outright lies and unproven accusations that continue to get more bizarre with each re-telling.
Is the Trump Administration playing odd-man-out, teaming up with one of the two powers against the third.
Edward Snowden changed the practices of both the internal and external focused US and global intelligence agencies.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad continues to restore order in his country after many years of a brutal civil war, thanks to Russian help.
President Trump's Press Secretary shows she is made of steel in her daily presser as she calmly dispatches CNN's "White House agitator."
China is set to levy tariffs on $60 billion in US goods.
The European Commission earlier this month stepped up a legal battle with Hungary
On Wednesday, Republican Senators introduced a bill that would make mandatory U.S. economic sanctions on companies building the Nord Stream pipeline
What actions can countries take in the name of national security, even if it violates their WTO commitments?
The Russian military is expected to beef up the Syrian forces to launch the long-awaited offensive against jihadi militants in Idlib province.
Despite an attempt to oppose President Trump, this Senate bill just brings up more questions of recent US foreign policy decisions.
64-year-old scientist allegedly gave secret tech information to Vietnamese nationals; attorney says this was public data, not classified.
The Soviet era's enigmatic wing-in-ground-effect (WIG) "Ekranoplan" is set to make a comeback according to various Russian media reports.
The Obama administration approved a $200,000 grant to a group with clearly known Al-Qaeda affiliation in Sudan.
Russian 60 Minutes program further highlights differences between the US sensationalist "fake news" and the FSB's careful investigation.
What specifically did the Russians and the Germans, and the French, discuss about Syria and Ukraine?
India is adamant in its desire to acquire Russia’s famous S-400 air defense system.
President Lenin Moreno is apparently closer to making Mr. Assange leave the Ecuadoran embassy, ensuring his arrest and extradition to the US.
However, as with all other allegations in this 24-hour fictional drama, there is no evidence to offer as proof.
"This unmanned aerial vehicle and Russia’s future combat aircraft plans offer a glimpse into Moscow’s thoughts on future warfare.”
Global geopolitical conflicts along with trade tensions triggered by the US earlier this year have made some countries follow suit.