RT reports: UN sources believe that the United States is planning to carry out a “tactical assault on Iran” in response to the attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, which it blamed Tehran for without providing credible evidence. Diplomatic sources based at the UN’s New York headquarters told the Hebrew-language Israeli newspaper Maariv that they are assessing US plans to carry out the assault. The
CrossTalk: Imagining Russia (EXTENDED VERSION) CrossTalk has travelled to Sochi to attend Valdai Discussion club. On this edition of the program we discuss Russophobia and its impact on U.S.-Russia relations. CrossTalking with Dominic Lieven, William Wohlforth, and Dmitry Suslov.
Mar 10, 2017 Wikileaks strikes again. On full display are the CIA’s spy tools and methods. Snowden provided a briefing book on U.S. surveillance, but the CIA leaks could provide the blueprints. And your Samsung TV and iPhone are a big part of this. CrossTalking with Larry Johnson, Suzanne Nossel, and Patrick Henningsen.
Thanks to “MS” who drew my attention to this amazing video. This is an except from an RT program entitled “Watching the Hawks” (see full video here). In this excerpt, a (supposedly) “former” Mossad officer, Juval Aviv, predicts that Donald Trump will be impeached for treason in the next few months. See for yourself: Nevermind the telling way Aviv constantly uses “us” when speaking of the USA and nevermind the
This text is slightly modified from an interview that Andrew Korybko gave to a Moscow-based PhD student specializing in the “Arab Spring” regime change events. The Role Of Social Media Social media platforms were instrumental in organizing and deploying the regime change destabilizations that took place during the “Arab Spring” theater-wide Color Revolutions. They allowed the initiators of these events to more easily connect with tens of thousands of sympathizers
Nov 18, 2016 President-elect Donald Trump says he wants to improve relations with Russia. The Russian President Vladimir Putin tells us he agrees. What does it mean to have better relations and will the American foreign policy establishment allow this to happen? CrossTalking with Daniel McAdams, an Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, and Andrew Langer, a President of the Institute for Liberty. Follow Scott
Nov 11, 2016 With the surprise election of Donald Trump, can we expect an equally surprising foreign policy from him? During the campaign he provided us with a glimpse of his thinking. Will there be a Trump Doctrine?! RT’S PETER LAVELLE INTERVIEWS DR. RON PAUL Follow Scott on twitter for more updates
With Syria locked in a statement while Russia-US relations spiral downward, which party in this conflict is the barrier to peace and what needs to happen next? CrossTalking with Mark Sleboda, Alex Christoforou, and Mohammad Marandi. Recorded from RT, CrossTalk, October 10, 2016
Victor Medvedchuk: Kiev has done all it could to leave Crimea to Russia Translated by Scott Humor Viktor Medvedchuk, leader of the”Ukrainian Choice” political organization, Kiev’s special envoy for humanitarian issues. He has been instrumental in prisoner exchanges between Russia and the Kiev regime. Russian president Vladimir Putin is a godfather to Medvedchuk’s daughter Darina (born in 2004). He is also the best candidate to become a president of the liberated Ukraine. 28
Jun 26, 2016 The meaning of Brexit – the bigger picture. UK voters have rejected the EU and, importantly, they have rejected the political status quo. Today, sovereignty and national interest trump elite-driven internationalism. CrossTalking with Alex Christoforou, Mark Sleboda, and Patrick Henningsen.
CrossTalk: Bullhorns Uncensored Jun 20, 2016 Know-nothing American diplomats demand regime change in Syria. Encircling Russia, NATO continues to break its word and international agreements. And how US foreign policy is now a political football. CrossTalking with Andrei Bystritsky, Stephen Ebert and Alexander Mercouris.
Like most of you, I spent 1 hour listening to Bashar al-Assad’s interview with the Russian media yesterday. I have to tell you that I am impressed. But before I discuss this in more detail, let me confess something which old-time readers of this blog might remember: I used to be very opposed to secular Arab nationalists, especially Baathists. Not only did I have an extremely bad opinion of Saddam
I am happy to see Pepe Escobar is doing better on Russia now. Hopefully he will reconsider some of his more inept statements on Iran one day…
FYI – an interesting interview of Libyan Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa by RT TV: (many thanks to F. for this pointer!) Link to original article