By Rachel Douglas April 18—As the Trump Administration of the USA exercised a quick trigger-finger in attacking Syria’s Shayrat airbase with cruise missiles on April 7, and has made increasingly ominous statements about unilateral action to terminate North Korea’s military programs, Russian political leaders and diplomats, so far, have kept […]
Anglo-American war party seeks to blow up Ukraine, wreck U.S.-Russian prospects
By Rachel Douglas Feb. 14—“If I were Michael Ledeen,” a European friend of mine said yesterday, “and I wanted to intensify a clash with Russia, I would use Ukraine.” He was talking about the U.S. neoconservative operative and the author of Universal Fascism, who has been flitting around the newly […]
Russia Invites NATO Officials to Conference in Moscow
On Aug. 1 Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov announced that military officials from NATO have been invited to a September meeting in Moscow to discuss the military-political situation in Europe, Sputnik reported. The issue of preventing any incidents in the air or on the sea is high on the […]
Middle East Cockpit at a Turning Point?
In what some are defining as a turning point in the war in Syria, the Syrian army, backed by Russian air power, has completed the encirclement of Aleppo, to cut off supply lines to the terrorist groups who have been entrenched in the eastern part of the city since 2012. […]