Tag: Putin

zelensky-angers-putin,-as-ukraine-considers-pulling-out-of-minsk-agreement-(video)
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Feb
2020

Zelensky angers Putin, as Ukraine considers pulling out of Minsk Agreement (Video)Zelensky angers Putin, as Ukraine considers pulling out of Minsk Agreement (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the telephone conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky. The two leaders discussed various aspects of settling the ‘frozen’ conflict in Ukraine’s east, as Zelensky has been hinting that he is preparing to pull out of the Minsk agreement. Support Free […]

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how-russia-can-improve-brazil’s-military-and-economy
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Feb
2020

How Russia Can Improve Brazil’s Military and EconomyHow Russia Can Improve Brazil’s Military and Economy

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, Research Fellow at the Center for Syncretic Studies… Last week the Russian ambassador to Brazil, Sergey Akopov, said that despite the acquisition of the Russian Pantsir-S1, air defense systems not being a priority for Brasilia, Moscow continues to consider Brazil as a promising market to sell weapons and military equipment. For […]

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vector-of-the-european-political-agenda-is-changing:-russia-is-becoming-a-necessary-partner
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Feb
2020

Vector of the European political agenda is changing: Russia is becoming a necessary partnerVector of the European political agenda is changing: Russia is becoming a necessary partner

One of the main political events of the past week was the Munich Security Conference, which brought together more than 150 heads of state, senior diplomats and prime ministers in the Bavarian capital for an open discussion of burning issues of the current political agenda. A topic important for discussion was the vector of further […]

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russia-needs-to-prioritize-greece-as-relations-rift-with-turkey
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Feb
2020

Russia Needs to Prioritize Greece as Relations Rift with TurkeyRussia Needs to Prioritize Greece as Relations Rift with Turkey

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, Research Fellow at the Center for Syncretic Studies… A revealing poll released earlier last week by the highly-reliable Pew Research Center found that the majority of people in Greece and Turkey viewed NATO unfavourably – the only states of the 16 NATO members surveyed to view the U.S.-led organization in […]

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what-macron-can-learn-from-putin
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Feb
2020

What Macron Can Learn From PutinWhat Macron Can Learn From Putin

Submitted by Finn Andreen… In France, the strike over a pension reform project is over, but it had gone on far too long. Millions of people have been affected by the refusal to work of a few thousand civil servants, but Macron remained invisible and silent for several weeks in December 2019. This public transport strike was the longest since 1986. Many French people […]

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russian-diplomacy-cracks-as-erdogan-challenges-russia-in-syria-&-ukraine-(video)
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Feb
2020

Russian diplomacy cracks as Erdogan challenges Russia in Syria & Ukraine (Video)Russian diplomacy cracks as Erdogan challenges Russia in Syria & Ukraine (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss a military operation by Syrian government forces that killed eight Turkish military personnel in Syria’s northwest Idlib region. The conflict between Syrian forces and Turkish troops has jeopardized the fragile Russian-Turkish truce in Idlib. Turkish President Erdogan meanwhile was in Kiev, blasting Russia for its alleged […]

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Jan
2020

Russia’s skilled balancing in Asia and elsewhereRussia’s skilled balancing in Asia and elsewhere

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Padraig McGrath, political analyst… During a parliamentary debate on January 22nd, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stated that 2019 had seen Russian-Japanese cooperative relations reach an “unprecedented” depth. He alluded to the implementation of joint economic projects in the formally disputed Southern Kuril Islands, and told Yukio Edano, the leader […]

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putin-calls-for-a-new-system-guided-by-the-un-charter…-but-is-it-possible?
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Jan
2020

Putin Calls for a New System Guided by the UN Charter… But Is It Possible?Putin Calls for a New System Guided by the UN Charter… But Is It Possible?

Anyone looking with sober eyes upon today’s world and the feeble economic and geopolitical underpinnings holding the system together must accept the fact that a new system WILL be created. This is not an opinion, but a fact. We are moving towards eight billion lives on this globe and the means of productive powers to […]

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putin-updates-russian-constitution-as-western-media-tries-to-catch-up
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Jan
2020

Putin Updates Russian Constitution as Western Media Tries to Catch UpPutin Updates Russian Constitution as Western Media Tries to Catch Up

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Johanna Ross, journalist based in Edinburgh, Scotland… Russian President Vladimir Putin gave his annual inauguration speech on Wednesday, announcing a welfare package for women and children which would put the average western democracy to shame. But it wasn’t the social reform which caused shockwaves across global media.  Instead it was […]

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