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28 April 2015
Asia & Pacific
Brave New World
Connecting The Pieces
00:49 28 April 2015 / updated: 08:01
National Guard Moves Armored Vehicles into Baltimore, Troops Authorized to Use Weapons
South Korean Court Sentences Sewol Ferry Captain to Life in Jail
US-Russia Exchange Programs Impaired by Lack of Joint Agreement
US Vice President, Mayor of Kiev Discuss Transparency, Corruption
National Security Restrictions Hinder Expanding Russian Studies - Official
Russian T-14 Armata: Most Powerful Tank in the World in Details
Looking Through 15 Years of Power: Putin Unveils Never Known Details
German Army Has No Chance Against Russian Tanks - German Newspaper
Will Russia Really Build a Fleet of Supercarriers?
Chile’s Media Mogul Was a CIA Paid Propagandist, Ousted by Journalist Union
United States documents show that the CIA paid a Chilean media mogul to smear President Salvador Allende in the run-up to the September 11, 1973, military coup in which Allende died, the country’s journalist union alleges.
US Seeks to Present Russia as Violator of Nuclear Obligations – Official
Accusing Moscow of failing to comply with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, the United States tries to present Russia as a violator of international obligations, the head of the Department for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control of the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
Pentagon ‘Lost’ $1.3 Billion in Afghan Reconstruction Aid
The Pentagon cannot account for $1.3 billion that was shipped to military commanders in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2014 for critical reconstruction projects, an internal report released Thursday concludes.
Russian FM ‘Outraged’ at Examination of Russian Bikers on Polish Border
Moscow is outraged that Poland exposed Russian bikers traveling across Europe to a lengthy examination before turning them back at the border, Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday.
Military & Intelligence
F-35 Engines Deemed Unreliable by Government Accountability Office
Two separate US government watchdogs are outlining problems with the engines used in their F-35 jet fighters - one finding the systems unreliable and another citing dozens of violations in its quality assurance inspection.
Stephen Hawking: Humanity Won’t Survive Another 1000 Years on Earth
Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking says that humanity won't make it through the next 1,000 years unless we find a way to leave Earth.
EU Refugee Crisis Made by... the EU
How NATO Kills Africans in the Club Med
Gas for Greece, Mayhem for Macedonia
Extraordinary Double Standard: West Silent Over Murders of Kiev's Opponents
Beauty and the Wild: Russian Models Pose With Brown Bear
Multilingual French Bulldog Talks to His Owner
Frightened Birds Fill the Sky as Quake Rocks Nepalese Capital
Sensation! Mockingbird Teaches Humans Spink Language
Terrifying FPV: Avalanche Blankets Everest Tourists After Nepal Quake
Massive Earthquake in Nepal
WikiLeaks Release of Hacked Sony Data
The 2015 Victory Day Celebrations in Moscow
China's World Bank: Opportunity or Threat?
Russian Bikers' Victory Day Ride to Berlin
Gulf States Launch Military Operation in Yemen
Atlantic Resolve: NATO at Russia's Gates
After Minsk: Will Peace Come to Ukraine?
Greece's Gordian Knot: Syriza Tackles Austerity
The Plight of the Migrants: Between ISIL Hate and EU Inaction
The deadliest migrant boat disaster in the Mediterranean coincided with the mass murder of African Christian migrants by Islamists in Libya.
24 April 2015
The Sino-Pakistani Partnership, Space Lasers, the US’ Balkan Breakup Plans
We begin by criticizing the West’s cultural blindness in responding to South Africa’s xenophobic violence, before explaining why the hundreds of drowned Libyans in the Mediterranean were refugees and not migrants.
24 April 2015
Do the TIPP and TPP Treaties Signal the Rise of the One World Government?
In his book, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins pulls back the curtain to reveal how exactly the globalization machinery works. The signing of the TTIP and TPP treaties create the framework for a one world government.
24 April 2015
Do You Get Stressed Out?
A little bit of stress is OK, even desirable. A lot can destroy you. For tips on how to reduce your stress levels, listen to our experts.
24 April 2015
From Moscow to Berlin on Bikes: Night Wolves' Victory Day Rally
Most Memorable Moments of Vladimir Putin's Career
Tehran at a Glance: A Fusion of Modern and Ancient History
Sites Where St. George Ribbons Are Distributed Worldwide
Taking the Low Road
All Men Left Behind
Analysis & Opinion
Attempt to Isolate Russia, Carry Out Regime Change is Doomed - Stephen Cohen
Not a single modern global security threat can be dealt effectively without Russia's cooperation, Stephen F. Cohen stressed, adding that Ukraine has already cost America in terms of its national security.
US Intelligence Community Abuses the Worst in Recent History
Intelligence community abuses are worse under the 2001 US Patriot Act than at previous times in US history, retired intelligence officials told Sputnik on Monday.
US-Japan Military Alliance Faces Critical Turning Point
Although Japan still remains one of America's closest allies in the Asia Pacific region, some of Tokyo's actions should worry Washington, Ted Galen Carpenter stressed.
EU Tries to Regain Moscow's Trust Despite US Displeasure
It seems that Europe is inclined to re-establish political and economic relations with Russia, deteriorated over the Ukrainian turmoil, and to revive the idea of the free trade zone "from Lisbon to Vladivostok," George N. Tzogopoulos noted.
Republican Candidates to Hound Hillary Over Clinton Foundation Allegations
Experts say that US Republican presidential candidates will stick with the story of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s acceptance of foreign government donations to the Clinton Foundation as long as they can gain politically.
Obama's Successor Unlikely to Soften US Stance on Russia
US President Barack Obama's successor is unlikely to soften Washington's stance on Russia, stated Ariel Cohen, suggesting that Ukraine will remain "at the heart of the conflict" between the Kremlin and the White House beyond the 2016 presidential election.