Russia Claims Blackwater Subsidiary Involved in Kharkiv Takeover
Pulitzer-prize winning investigative reporter Seymour Hersh (who uncovered the Iraq prison torture scandal and the Mai Lai massacre in Vietnam) says that high-level American sources tell him that the Turkish government carried out the chemical weapon
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused the U.S. government of backing violent actions and promote a coup against his administration in an interview released today by the British newspaper The Guardian.
Media outlets in Greece went dark Tuesday as journalists staged a work stoppage ahead of an anti-austerity general strike expected to sweep the country Wednesday.
Russia urged companies to delist their shares from overseas stock exchanges and trade in Moscow in an effort to safeguard them as international sanctions mount against the country after its takeover of Crimea.
Under the attentive eye of Russian state television, several hundred pro-Russian demonstrators in the city of Donetsk, in eastern Ukraine, declared on Monday that they were forming an independent republic and urged President Vladimir V. Putin to send
Interim PM Dubs New Price 'Unfair'
A high-level Malaysian source has confirmed that missing Flight MH370 must have been hijacked by remote control.
Ron Paul says the Ukraine bailout bill is a bad deal for the American people. But it passed the Congress by a landslide. On the issues that determine our freedom and prosperity, the Washington parties are more alike than different.
Jeremy Scahill talks to Rachel Maddow about new revelations of Anwar al-Awlaki death
Japan has ordered a destroyer in the Sea of Japan to strike any ballistic missiles that may be launched by North Korea in the coming weeks after Pyongyang fired a Rodong medium-range missile over the sea, a government source said on Saturday.
Answering the key questions about NATO, Putin’s intentions, and what George Kennan would do.
Numerous cultures have had holidays dedicated to the celebration of pulling the wool over the eyes of others, from the ancient Romans, to early Muslims, to medieval Christians, to Americans and Europeans today.
Troops Seize Bulldozer in Venice, Weapons in Lombardy
It seems that the last thing the internet needs right now is another story on the Crimea but this is an older story.
NATO-Russia relations continue to get worse for no apparent reason today, as NATO officials keep warning Russia against invading Ukraine, despite Russia repeatedly reassuring them that this isn’t being considered.
Crimea and Afghanistan: A comparative analysis
The BRICS’s support for Russia shows the Western-dominated post-Cold War order is eroding.
When Ukrainian neo-Nazis – infuriated over the killing of an ultranationalist leader – surrounded the Parliament in Kiev, the incident presented a problem for the U.S. news media which has been trying to airbrush the neo-Nazis out of the Ukraine narr
When an interviewer recently confronted Vladimir Putin about Europe’s American-made missile defense system, the President of the Russian Federation couldn’t help but laugh right in his face.
A British man reportedly amputated his own hand after he claimed hospitals refused to perform the operation for him.
Battling food shortages, the government is rolling out a new ID system that is either a grocery loyalty card with extra muscle or the most dramatic step yet toward rationing in Venezuela, depending on who is describing it.
UN's traditional 'blue helmet' colour scheme is in doubt as it could be misinterpreted as a show of support for an independent Scotland
The guest speaker will be Dave Hodges (The Common Sense Show) and will feature topics from the Ukraine, Crimea, Russia, America's Foreign Policy, and more....
Lucia Topolansky: Senator, ex-guerrilla, prison escapee, torture survivor, blonde-bombshell-turned-wild-haired, farm-living, hard-as-nails first lady.
As the old saying goes, you cannot truly understand a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes.
The Ukrainian parliament is witnessing a second day of picketing, as hundreds of Right Sector activists pressure MPs to sack the interior minister.
While analyzing Vladimir Putin, our latest foreign devil, I wonder if many of our born-again Russian experts could pass a simple exam evaluating and explaining the possible impact of Russia’s past on him?
We recently reported of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdoğan’s effort to silence the social media service Twitter to repress dissent within Turkey. Now, the courts in Turkey are beginning to reverse some of these efforts.
Among other things, there is one major obstacle to the West's "costs" imposition on Vladimir Putin and his Russian economy - China.