Do not poke the bear. The West may soon face the consequences for rousing the economic and military might of Russia.
The coming dismemberment of Ukraine
A bailout of Ukraine would benefit Wall Street and China’s investors.
Nuclear war is thinkable
The West is miscalculating if it thinks it can safely push Putin to the brink.
China is the winner in the Russia-Ukraine war
The US must remember that communist China is its greatest threat, and to resume its ‘pivot to Asia’ policy.
A 2nd Chernobyl
Who knows where the fallout from Zaporizhzhia, a nuclear power complex 50 percent larger than Chernobyl, might land?
Russian derangement syndrome Trumps all
To punish Russia, the Europeans are knowingly visiting far more severe punishments on themselves. A greater punishment still is being voiced in the form of nuclear war.
Why did Putin apologize to Israel?
An antagonistic Israel isn’t in Russia’s interest.
Europe’s electorate is shifting on the Russia-Ukraine war
Although the public in Europe generally demonizes Putin and sympathizes with Ukraine, it understands its interests are tied to Russia.
The global majority does not condemn Russia
Countries representing the majority of the world’s citizens defy the West’s attempt to sanction Russia.
The US is losing Germany over its obsession with Russia
U.S. foreign policy is toxic to most Germans, who point to the Iraq War, the overthrow of Libya’s Ghaddafi, and Afghanistan as examples of misguided American militarism that cost blood and treasure […]
Russia is a natural friend; China is not
Yes, Russia during its communist aberration over most of the 20th century was a Cold War adversary of the West, but as President Barack Obama correctly observed, those fixed on the Russia […]
Carbon credit rort has to stop
Turns out New Zealanders have been buying carbon credits from the Ukraine. In the wake of the country’s Climate Cheats scandal, Andrew Dickens, for New Zealand’s Newstalk ZB, calls out the Emissions Trading Scheme as “rortable”.
Cold War II? Nyet
Putin knows where Russia’s real threats lie.
Greece, the way out
The Greek government has only one sensible choice.
If Greece leaves the eurozone, Russia will enter it, casting a chill over Europe.