“Russia might be the leverage point for the recovery of Europe, we, the Russians are more Europeans, than the Europeans themselves. We are Christians, ancestors of the Greek philosophy” Alexander Dugin In politics prose comes more naturally than rare moments of romance or
Bulgaria has recently become one of the targets of the ongoing Kremlin influence campaign, evidenced by pivots made by Russia’s propaganda war machine – “Russia Today” and “Sputnik International”. Until recently, Sofia had been spared the ‘’benevolence’’ of Putin’s media spearheads, as Moscow had
Oil prices got a modest lift last week on word OPEC may be upping the production cut ante, but gains were balanced by signs of Russian production growth. A research from PVM (International oil brokers & consultants) suggests delegates at a May meeting of
It is now one month after Trump’s swearing in ceremony and while it is certainly far too early to draw any specific conclusions about his foreign policy, it may not be unreasonable to try to at least sketch out the contours of what we have
Early in 2017, headlines speculating about the possible outbreak of renewed war in the Balkans have popped up in the international press. Tensions that have been simmering in the Western Balkans in recent years are now gaining increasing attention in the sphere of geopolitics, particularly
Changes in Russian TV Propaganda Landscape My friend, a veteran journalist from Eastern Europe, can hardly be called a Kremlin sympathizer. То the contrary, his credentials as a veteran anti-communist and defender of press freedom are impeccable. He never had a chance to have
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Enders Wimbush If Russia Inc. had one or two profitable outlying divisions, it might muddle through. But Russia is fracturing along regional, ethnic, and religious lines. Historian Stephan Blank chronicles Russia’s efforts to hold on to the Russian Far East and Siberia, concluding that