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Will the USA Impose New Sanctions on Russia in Advance of the Russian Presidential Election 2018?

Not so long ago, United States Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin promised to announce a new round of the sanctions against Russia within the next 30 days. The question is whether the United States will manage to root against Putin once again before March 18th?

Publication date: 09 March 12:41 AM

Europe Cannot Trust Trump, Merkel Says

Market Leader reports that the participants of the G7 summit were discussing the question if disputed Asian territories. Most of the participants condemned any of one-way actions escalating the situation. Apparently, this was a wakeup call for China since most of the disputed territories now belong to China. The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the results of the G7 summit related to the disputed territories.

Publication date: 01 June 11:39 AM

Macron Warns Putin About Possible Tougher Sanctions Against Russia


During the recent joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, Emmanuel Macron said that in case the situation in the East of Ukraine is escalated, the EU may well toughen sanctions against Russia.


As you can see, the new President of the 5th Republic has set direct ties between the anti-Russian sanctions and the situation in Donbass. The most interesting thing is that by saying that, Macron literally put the blame for the war in Donbass on Russia and President Putin. At the end of his speech, President Macron said that he would like to deescalate the Donbass conflict.
Publication date: 01 June 05:18 AM

Firing Comey Won’t Save Trump From Russian Scandal

According to several Western media sources, Donald Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey isn’t going to save President Trump form the scandal associated with the Russians and their possible involvement in the results of the latest U.S. presidential election.


Donald Trump is said to be known for being bad at history. For example, not so long ago he made a big mistake when talking about the reasons for the civil war in the USA. It seems like he is also unaware of the Watergate results.
Publication date: 25 May 08:35 AM

Why Is Russian Political Elite Concerned About Macron’s Victory?

According to Russian journalist and writer Sergei Leskov, if the Kremlin lacks courage and wisdom to see Macron’s victory as a sign of changes dictated by time, they will have to face serious challenges further down the road. For now, high-ranking Russian politicians are said to be leaving fairly diplomatic comments about the fact that Emmanuel Macron has won the presidential election in France and is now President Elect.




Publication date: 19 May 04:29 AM

Moscow Prepares Referendums in Donets and Lugansk Republics

Moscow seems to be entering the final stage of preparing the referendum in Donetsk and Lugansk republics to join the Russian Federation. This is reported by ЛИГА.net in their special project called “War 2017” dedicated to the 3rd anniversary of Russia’s aggression in in the East of Ukraine.




Publication date: 18 May 02:31 AM

Macron Will Shift the Balance of Powers in the Normandy Format in Favor of Ukraine

For those of you who don’t know, the so-called Normandy format was created to resolve the difficult situation in the East of Ukraine. France is one of the participants. As you know, Emmanuel Macron has recently won the presidential election in France. This means that he is going to become the successor to Francois Hollande as President of France, participating in the Normandy format as the French representative.


Publication date: 17 May 08:48 AM

Stratfor Gave Prediction for the next 3 Months

The other day, Stratfor released another quarterly prediction for the global geopolitical situation.


According to the report, the USA will try to settle the nuclear dispute with North Korea. Europe will be waiting for the results of the presidential election in France. Russia will dive even deeper into the local problems. The OPEC will extend the Vienna Accord aimed at cutting oil production.
Publication date: 10 May 10:26 AM

The Price of Defeating North Korea May Be Too High

These days, more and more experts start talking about a possible war against North Korea. However, they also say that the price of defeating North Korea may be too high for the USA and its allies.


For now, North Korea seems to have made considerable progress in creating nuclear arms, which is something that worries the entire world, especially as North Korea keeps on making harsh statements and threatening the USA, South Korea and Japan. The recent test launch of ballistic missiles in North Korea are now treated as wake-up call and real threat. Theoretically, there is a threat that North Korea may hit American military facilities located in Japan and South Korea. As the US Navy is moving closer to the Korean peninsula, international observers are talking about the possibility of another armed conflict between North and South Korea, even though both of them are still at war with each other.
Publication date: 26 April 01:16 PM

Sixteen Structural Reforms Is the Cost of the Next IMF Tranche to Ukraine

Anders Aslund, a Swedish economist and a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, commented on the current and future cooperation between the IMF and Ukraine. He claims that Kiev will have to implement at least 16 structural reforms in order to get another tranche from the International Monetary Fund. He also explained why the IMF is still cooperating with Ukraine.

Publication date: 26 April 11:01 AM

Putin Underestimated Ukrainians When Invading Ukraine, Atlantic Council

American private institution Atlantic Council assumes that Vladimir Putin underestimated the Ukrainians when invading Ukraine.


They say that the hybrid war started by Russia in Ukraine has been going on for the 4th year. There were times when nobody believed that Ukraine would hold on even for 4 weeks. The thing is, the Crimea was annexed without any fight, which made international experts believe that Ukraine was weak and completely dependent on Russia. This stand point used to be popular in Moscow as well. Some Russian politicians expected a complete victory in a couple of months, but back than Ukraine was vulnerable after the revolution, which lead to the end of Yanukovich’s regime, while the temporary government was lacking legitimacy to seriously resist Russia. Back then, Russia got a chance to occupy the rest of Ukraine. Vladimir Putin seemed to be encouraged by the success in the Crimea.
Publication date: 26 April 08:37 AM
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