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Rouhani: Cooperation among Muslim states key to resist U.S. pressure

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has underlined the need for cooperation among Muslim countries to fend off pressures by big powers, particularly the U.S., Press TV reported. It is necessary for...
Vladimir Putin

Putin in the Mirror of Economy and Constitution

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By Arthur Evans The 12th of December is an official holiday in Russia — Constitution Day. The Constitution, adopted back in 1993, during Boris Yeltsin’s presidency, in fact, provides a...
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The Matrix Of Anti-Russian Hysteria In The Balkans

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Over the last couple of years we are witnessing anti-Russian hysteria in the Balkans, where Russia is allegedly involved in various coup attempts (Montenegro), assassinations (Azem Vlasi) or the destruction of the SFRY (General Grahovac). All of these alleged “attempts” by Russia always end unsuccessfully, with failed assassinations, coups or conspiracies discovered.
View from the river Moscow on the Saint Basil's Cathedral (photo ROSSOTRUDNICHESTVO)

How to become a participant of the ‘New Generation’ program: A guide for young...

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Unique Russian youth program held annually by Rossotrudnichestvo since 2011. that seeks to create conditions for sustainable dialogue between young professionals from Russia and other countries.
First launch of the Kh-35 Uran anti-ship cruise missile (photo Russia Today)

Tornado warning: Upgraded Smerch missile ship tests new armaments in spectacular

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The footage of the first launch of the Kh-35 Uran anti-ship cruise missile from aboard the modernized Smerch (tornado) fast attack craft has been released by Russia’s Defense Ministry.
Damaged overpass at the intersection of ‘Lutuginskaya’ and ‘2nd Stroitelnaya’ streets in Lugansk (photo Andrey Marochko)

Terrorist attack on an overpass in Lugansk

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Representative of the LPR: The Ukrainian special services are connected with the sabotage of the overpass at the intersection of ‘Lutuginskaya’ and ‘2nd Stroitelnaya’ streets in Lugansk.
Putin in July 2019 (photo: Kremlin)

Russia’s latest elections weren’t about Putin, or were they?

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Does Russia need to upgrade its democratic processes? Obviously, yes, just as any other country does—there can be no picture-perfect examples here.
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NY lawmakers voting to strip Cuomo’s COVID powers amid nursing home, sex harass scandals

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The Democratic-led New York state Legislature is expected to pass a measure today that will neuter Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s emergency powers — granted last year to...
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Pentagon claims 1 ‘Iran-backed’ fighter killed during east Syria strike

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Last week’s US strike at the presumed facility of “Iran-backed” militia on Syria’s territory near the border with Iraq killed one fighter and injured...
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Russia is building a new military base in Syria, near Palmyra

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The Russian military in Syria is preparing to build a "permanent military base" near the historic city of Palmyra (Arb. Tadmor) in the Homs...
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Press review: Will China join a military alliance with Russia and oil market awaits...

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China is not planning on creating a united front with Russia against NATO, the Chinese Defense Ministry announced. Its spokesperson stressed that military ties...
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Continued Israeli airstrikes on Syria are testing Moscow’s patience, Tel Aviv would do well...

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Scott Ritter How Russia responds to Israel's attacks on Iranian targets inside Syria could make all the difference as to whether the region boils over...