Kiev’s Military Officials Shared Some Intriguing Details About NATO’s Proxy War on Russia

Kiev’s Military Officials Shared Some Intriguing Details About NATO’s Proxy War on Russia

Kiev finally acknowledged that it can’t sustain its staggeringly high attrition rate in the face of Russia’s ongoing special military operation. It’s also becoming concerned that it can no longer rely on its Western partners like before, some of which are losing interest in supplying it in light of recent on-the-ground developments in the Battle…

It’s Immoral for Israeli Guides at Auschwitz to Attribute Blame to Poland for the Holocaust

It’s Immoral for Israeli Guides at Auschwitz to Attribute Blame to Poland for the Holocaust

No self-respecting state would ever sell its soul for a few shekels by letting foreign guides break a very sensitive law that was promulgated in defense of historical truth and get away with it scot-free. Everyone is equal in the eyes of the law, and being an Israeli Jew doesn’t make anyone an exception. Israeli…

The West’s ‘Endgame’ Might Be Nearer Than We Think in Ukraine. Tick Tock

The West’s ‘Endgame’ Might Be Nearer Than We Think in Ukraine. Tick Tock

It seems that Joe Biden is now ready now to turn on Zelensky, as indeed are the British who are already calling for peace with Putin. There was never actually a special relationship between Zelensky and Washington, more a marriage of convenience. But it seems that Joe Biden is now ready now to turn on…

Afghans are Coming to the St Petersburg Economic Forum

Afghans are Coming to the St Petersburg Economic Forum

Representatives of Afghanistan have been invited to this year’s St Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). Their delegation will be represented by Jamal Nasir Garwa, Chargé d’Affaires a.i. of Kabul in Moscow. That being said, Russia shows it is not cooperating with the Taliban, who are still banned by both the UN and the Russian Federation, but with…

Poland and Ukraine

Poland and Ukraine

From the Carpathian Mountains to the Urals, there are no mountains. Consequently, Eastern Europe is a vast plain in which many peoples have passed and sometimes settled without the relief allowing to delimit the borders of their territory. Poland, Moldavia, Ukraine, Belarus, the Baltic States and the European part of Russia are corridors of passage…