Washington is harboring a plan for a new "color revolution" in Syria, seeking to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and replace him with a pro-American submissive government, Russian Senator and intelligence veteran Igor Morozov told RIA Novosti.
Ukraine faces a problem of population decline, RIA Novosti contributor Nyura N. Berg wrote. According to the journalist, there are a number of factors facilitating the process. To make matters worse, there is still no room for cautious optimism.
Iain Begg, research fellow at the London School of Economics' European Institute said in an interview with Sputnik that he expects Theresa May will be forced to resign, if Tories fall short of getting the majority in the parliament.
Australia’s state-owned broadcaster ABC aired a report on Monday claiming the Chinese government is “secretly infiltrating” the country and engaging in “election interference.” But do the allegations ring true? Tom McGregor takes a closer look.
US President Donald Trump continues to gain ground in the US political arena against all odds, Russian scholar Vladimir Lepekhin writes for RIA Novosti. According to the scholar, there are several signs indicating that Trump is likely to prevail over his political opponents.
Saudi Arabia accusing Qatar of sponsoring terrorism is like the McDonald's fast food chain accusing its Burger King rival of sponsoring obesity. However the schism that has opened up between the Gulf States carries with it a dangerous portent of a regional conflict with ramifications for the entire world.
George Soros has a long record of manipulating national currencies and meddling in the domestic affairs of the EU and other countries, Italian political commentator Mario Sommossa told Sputnik, adding that Soros' Open Society Foundations also propagated free drug sales.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has launched a new corruption investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. "Does the latest inquiry signal that Clinton may eventually find herself behind bars?" RIA Novosti contributor Vladimir Ardayev asks.
The overthrow of Qatar’s royal family and, possibly, even the elimination of Qatar's statehood through its annexation to Saudi Arabia could be the endgame for Saudi Arabia in the recent Arab states' diplomatic row with Qatar, experts told Sputnik.
There is a lot of hypocrisy on the side of Saudi Arabia and the United States toward the unfolding Qatar diplomatic crisis, Israeli political analyst Avigdor Eskin told Sputnik, adding that the Saudis are far ahead of the Qataris in supporting the most radical ideological centers in Europe and around the world.
It appears that Budapest has recently become a thorn in the side of Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros and powerful Eurocrats, which are struggling to implement their "liberal globalization project," Igor Pshenichnikov of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS) writes for RIA Novosti.
The UK has been hit by three terror attacks in the space of just a few months, leaving dozens of people dead, and around 200 injured. Two of the attacks took place in central London, with the perpetrators mowing down pedestrians with their vehicles, proceeding to stab unsuspecting civilians and police officers.
Vice President Mike Pence's statement regarding Russia and Iran's threat appears to be a continuation of the outdated policy of Barack Obama, Russian political analyst Kirill Koktysh told Radio Sputnik, suggesting that there are certain divisions within the Trump administration.
Steven Meyer, former CIA deputy chief of the Balkan Task Force, believes that the only way to ease tensions in the Balkan region is to yet again redraw the borders of former Yugoslavia creating a confederation of Orthodox nations in response to the emergence of the so-called Greater Albania.
It is time for an honest conversation about Wahhabism, specifically the part this Saudi-sponsored ideology plays in radicalizing young Muslims both across the Arab and Muslim world and in the West, where in the UK people have just woken up to another terrorist attack in which innocent civilians were butchered and injured, this time in London.
The Romanian Orthodox Church’s expansion on the Balkans appears to be a part of Bucharest’s plans to make the dreams of Greater Romania come true.
Judging by the recent statement made by Christopher Ford, special assistant to the US president on counterproliferation, the US does not expect that its strategic missile defense system will be able to tackle the threat posed by North Korea's prospective ballistic missiles, Russian academic Konstantin Sivkov told RIA Novosti.
President Donald Trump's recent political moves, including the US withdrawal from the Paris climate accords, have triggered concerns among US and European elites. Apparently, therefore, the first three topics on the 65th Bilderberg Meeting's agenda are devoted to Trump and trans-Atlantic affairs.
Longstanding historical and political relations between Moscow and Beijing give an edge to Russian businesses over their international peers in China, an editor at Asia Weekly, Brian Yeung, told Radio Sputnik on the sidelines of the 21st St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).
Analysts claim that Donald Trump saved the US economy from disastrous economic consequences in terms of soaring energy costs by repudiating the obligations his predecessor Barack Obama made in the Paris Climate Accords.
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