A Canadian senator for the NATO Parliamentary Assembly accidentally revealed that US weapons of mass destruction are stored in the EU countries - including Italy, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands. Paolo Raffone, a strategic analyst and director of the CIPI Foundation in Brussels, explained the possible outcome of this discovery.
The House Dems put aside their differences on 16 July, to pass a resolution against Donald Trump denouncing him for his "racist" remarks. A former American politician and a political scientist explain why the divisions within the Democratic Party are deeper than imaginable and what risks they bring.
The United Kingdom enters a new stage of a housing crisis, with more and more people ending up on the streets. Sputnik discussed the issue with George McNamara, Director of Policy and Influencing at Independent Age.
Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has accused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election from his country's embassy in London. The comment comes as Assange awaits potential extradition to the US, following his removal from the embassy in April.
Former President Bill Clinton is trying to distance himself from billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who has remained in detention since 6 July, however, Clinton's statement has made matters even worse triggering new questions and suspicions, says Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel.
Over the past few days, CNN has published two reports claiming that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange allegedly meddled in the 2016 US presidential elections.
The Conservative Party leadership race is nearing its end, with Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt taking part in one final debate before the results from the postal ballot come in next week. But just who will come out on top? And would either candidate be able to finally deliver Brexit? Sputnik has spoken with Marty Caine, leader of ENGAGE for more.
New stats set to be released later this year that are expected to show the severity of Scotland’s problems with drug addiction. To gain more insight into why the issue is so severe, and how it can be addressed, Sputnik has spoken with Ian Hamilton; researcher in the department of health sciences at the University of York.
Facebook's "automatic alternative text" feature silently implemented by the IT giant on its social media platforms may be used to track users and could potentially be abused by hackers and intelligence agencies, say cyber security experts, suggesting that EU authorities may roast the tech giant for violating the bloc's data protection rules.
Huawei is spearheading the quantum communication technology in a bid to build "unhackable" networks. Cyber security experts have discussed whether the tech giant's efforts would make US eavesdropping techniques, once described by Edward Snowden, obsolete.
A day before the five-year anniversary of the death of Eric Garner, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) announced it would not pursue federal charges against a New York Police Department (NYPD) cop whose chokehold is said to have caused an unarmed Garner to go into cardiac arrest. Unfortunately, this delayed ruling comes as no surprise to many.
Pyongyang issued a statement Tuesday saying it would consider rethinking its moratorium on missile and other tests if the US goes forward with the “terrible decision” of joint military exercises with South Korea, Kevin Zeese, co-coordinator of Popular Resistance, told Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear Tuesday.
The crisis between Japan and South Korea has moved on to a new level. Seoul responded to Japanese sanctions by accusing Tokyo of supplying Pyongyang with sanctioned strategic goods, including hydrogen fluoride.
On 15 July, CNN released a story on how WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy in London conspired with "Russian hackers" to thwart Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential bid. Academics and political analysts have not bought into the CNN narrative, ridiculing the "Russians did it" claim.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The conflict between Ankara and Brussels over Turkey’s drilling operations off the coast of Cyprus is unlikely to affect the EU-Turkey relationship in a critical way, and yet a decision of the European Union to impose sanctions is a strong message warning Turkey against pursuing similar policies in the future.
Animal rights groups are sounding the alarm over horse abuse at equestrian dressage tournaments. Horse trainers Hector Carmona Jr and Carel Eijkenaar have shed light on brutal practices used by European athletes overlooked by the International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI).
New Delhi (Sputnik): India should tread cautiously with the US in areas of bilateral engagement notwithstanding recent interactions with President Donald Trump and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, an Indian security analyst has said.
The first batch of Russian S-400 air defence system components was brought to Turkey last week. Moscow and Ankara signed a loan agreement for the delivery of S-400 systems in December 2017.
The growth of China’s gross domestic product (GDP) decelerated to 6.3 percent from the year earlier in the first half of 2019, in line with the 6-6.5 percent target span, the National Bureau of Statistics said in a statement on Monday.
Trillion-dollar e-commerce company Amazon’s “Prime Day” has become a major digital holiday over the years, but employees at the company’s Minnesota and German facilities used the internet craze to amplify their grievances with the company. By the looks of Amazon’s plans for automation, however, their outrage may already be accounted for.