Do you know the feeling when a sentence just jumps at you from a page? This is what happened to me today. I was reading a post on RT entitled “Russia wants answers on NATO troop movement in Eastern Europe” when I suddenly saw this: The statement comes after the USS Truxtun destroyer started a military exercises in March with the Bulgarian and Romanian navies a few hundred miles from
Tag "Saker venting"
It just happens that a group of lawyers make a report on human rights in Syria. It just happens that they had previously done the same in the former Yugoslavia. It just happens that their report is based on one single and anonymous source. It just happens that this anonymous source claims to have been employed by the Syrian regime to, you guessed it, make photos of dead bodies. It
Russia and the Arab and Islamic world – let us set the record straight, ok? (-: Saker venting warning :-)
For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong. H. L. Mencken Yesterday, Masoud posted a comment which I think deserves a separate post as an answer. Here is the comment in full: The answer to the mystery of why the resolution seems so lopsided is simple: Russia is simply doing what it always does. I don’t believe Russia is interested in the primacy of