President Barack Obama will leave his post in four months, which legacy does he leave? It’s the first US president who suffers from megalomania, and who is absolutely incompetent in everything. Many believe in the US that he has deliberately destroyed the country and damaged its image in the world. Is it so?
Venezuela assumed a three year presidency of the 120 nation Non Aligned Movement (NAM), at its 17th summit on the island of Margarita, this week. That role in the NAM underscores Venezuela's ongoing leadership on key international issues, such as UN reform, regional integration and anti-imperialism, despite the country's constitutional and economic...
One year has passed since Donald Trump formally announced his candidacy in America's presidential election. Since that time the GOP nominee has made great strides toward achieving his goal. Against all odds and aligned against an establishment that cannot handle truth in any form, The Donald prevailed.
Russian experts believe that the upcoming presidential vote in the United States will not improve America's relations with Russia as anti-Russian rhetoric remains predominant in the statements from both Republican and Democrat candidates. It is hard to find at least one US presidential candidate, who would speak in favor of US-Russian cooperation
On August 29, Senator John McCain turned 80 years old. The US made McCain a hero: a son of a soldier, a military pilot, he had spent five years living in a pit as a POW in Vietnam. McCain, a classic Republican, had the reputation of an honest patriot, who always defends America's interests. What happened to the US "tough guy" in recent years?
American exceptionalism is a reaction to the inability of people to understand global complexity or important issues like American energy dependency. They search for simplistic sources of comfort and clarity. And the people that they are now selecting to be, so to speak, the spokespersons of their anxieties are, in most cases, stunningly ignorant
This heartbreaking story made headlines in all American newspapers and television channels. When American swimmers were robbed at a gas station in Rio de Janeiro, the reports about the incident appeared as "breaking news" in most of US publications. It was the Americans who initiated the robbery and accused the Brazilian police of violence.
On February 15, 1977, Suzanne Coleman committed suicide. She is alleged to have had a sexual affair with Bill Clinton during the time he was Arkansas State Attorney General. Coleman was seven and one-half months pregnant at the time of her death when she shot herself in the back of the head. No autopsy was performed
Michael Morell, former deputy director of the CIA openly called to kill Russians and Iranians in Syria. He believes in such a way Moscow and Tehran should pay a price for their acts in the Middle East. Colonel General Leonid Ivashov, President of the International Centre of Geopolitical Analysis, commented Pravda.Ru on the issue.
How politicized are the complaints about shortcomings in the Olympic Village and the doping scandal surrounding Russian athletes? Is Rio safe for all or are there places one should not go? What impressions will foreign visitors take home from Brazil? The Olympic Games in Rio will be special as this is the first time South America hosts the Olympics
Donald Trump says that the results of the US presidential election will be rigged. There are reasons for him to think so. The US Constitution starts with "We the people", but these people are deprived of their primary right - the right to vote. It is the election law that makes a country a democracy
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff refused to attend the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games. She has been removed from power for six months and remains outraged by the impeachment that was organized by neo-liberals. Their media outlets trumpet about the "optimism" that has gripped the masses against the backdrop of an economic recovery in Brazil
In the event the US presidential campaign leads to the election of the wife, who has bitter memories of Monica Lewinsky, she will most likely keep her promises. Clinton, who rejoiced at the killing of Bin Laden and was very pleased with the death of Muammar Gaddafi, will continue to exacerbate confrontation with Russia