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    American Fascism: Lessons From Russia
    Nov22

    American Fascism: Lessons From Russia

    Pity the poor Russia expert. We’re like the old Maytag repairman, sitting in our forgotten offices, hoping someone will need our help. But when our experience is called upon, it’s usually not good news. No one seeks out a grizzled old veteran of the theory wars to solve a Dostoevsky emergency. Pundits and politicians don’t look...

    Fascism Rising, Israel And America
    Nov22

    Fascism Rising, Israel And America

    Traveling from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem, one week after “What happened, if it happened,” I find my reality becoming increasingly surreal due to distance. That’s rather surprising to me, what with Facebook and digital newspapers and the like telescoping distance, but having not yet grieved it’s been a bit of a relief. Visiting...

    Ukraine detains 2 Russian soldiers near Crimean border — and Russia is not happy
    Nov22

    Ukraine detains 2 Russian soldiers near Crimean border — and Russia is not happy

    Shamil Zhumatov/ReutersUkrainian security services have detained two Russian soldiers near the border with Crimea, with Ukraine saying the men were deserters from the Ukrainian army detained on Ukrainian-controlled territory and Russia saying they were seized in Crimea. Moscow and Kiev have been locked in conflict since Russia’s annexation...

    Abe’s Russian Dream
    Nov21

    Abe’s Russian Dream

    Next month, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will welcome Russian President Vladimir Putin to Japan for a much-anticipated summit. Since taking office in late 2012, Abe has expended considerable effort to improve Japan’s strained relationship with Russia. Abe and Putin have met on numerous occasions on the sidelines of international...

    Putin: Russia Will Take ‘Countermeasures’ to NATO Expansion
    Nov21

    Putin: Russia Will Take ‘Countermeasures’ to NATO Expansion

    President Vladimir Putin says Russia will take steps to counter NATO’s expansion to nations on its borders. In remarks made as part of a documentary film produced by American filmmaker Oliver Stone, to be aired Monday night by Russia’s REN-TV, Putin suggested Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine was motivated by fear over...

    Trump’s Foreign Policy a Cause for International Apprehension and Controversy
    Nov21

    Trump’s Foreign Policy a Cause for International Apprehension and Controversy

    The future of the relationship between the incoming Trump administration with Russia and Iran has become a major issue for the mandarins of the Republican Party, which had nominated the tycoon for the presidency; and for the leaders of the US’ European allies. The main concern is the apparent bond emerging between Russian President Vladimir...

    Russia accuses Ukraine of arresting 2 servicemen from Crimea
    Nov21

    Russia accuses Ukraine of arresting 2 servicemen from Crimea

    Russia’s Defense Ministry says Ukrainian security services have arrested two Russian servicemen. …read more Source: FOX...

    Russia accuses Ukraine of arresting 2 servicemen from Crimea
    Nov21

    Russia accuses Ukraine of arresting 2 servicemen from Crimea

    Russia’s Defense Ministry says Ukrainian security services have arrested two Russian servicemen. The ministry said Ukrainian agents whisked the two servicemen from Crimea into the Mykolaiv region Sunday. In Monday’s … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Russia Accuses Ukraine of Arresting 2 Servicemen From Crimea
    Nov21

    Russia Accuses Ukraine of Arresting 2 Servicemen From Crimea

    Russia’s Defense Ministry says Ukrainian security services have arrested two Russian servicemen …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukrainian Protesters Smash Up Russian Bank Branch in Kyiv
    Nov21

    Ukrainian Protesters Smash Up Russian Bank Branch in Kyiv

    Protesters in Kyiv smashed windows and ransacked a branch of a Russian bank, Sberbank, in the Ukrainian capital. A group of demonstrators targeted the building on Tolstoy Square as events were held around Ukraine on the evening of November 21 to mark the third anniversary of the Euromaidan protests, which eventually ousted a pro-Moscow president....