“Russian spring” gave us back faith in victory

  The return of the Crimea to Russia were among those historical events whose meaning is understood by virtually all in the moment, when they do happen, in fact, is the surest indicator of the

Scotland needs to depart the sinking ship of Brexit

  The Scottish National Party’s (SNP) spring conference in Aberdeen may well turn out to be the most important in the history of a party whose raison d’etre of independence and self-determination has never been

All quiet on the German American front

  Angela Merkel was dubbed the leader of the free world on the eve of her visit to see Donald Trump. The stakes, we were told, could not be higher. The Atlantic alliance was at

Will Russia be able to resolve Syrian-Israeli conflict?

  The Syrian Army has reported that it has shot down an Israeli F-16 that violated Syrian airspace to carry out an attack on Syrian Army positions near Palmyra. According to Russian political scientist Gevorg

Will Turkey really cancel the EU refugee deal?

  Amid the ongoing spat between Turkey and the EU over the ban on rallies for Turkish politicians and Turkey’s subsequent threat to reassess its migration agreement with the EU, Russian political analysts commented on

Germany’s vassalage towards US remains unshakable

  Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Washington, which was postponed for three days due to a blizzard on the east coast of the United States, has finished. Preparation for the visit was accompanied in Germany by

EU-Turkey migrant deal verges on collapse

  The 2016 refugee agreement between the European Union and Turkey, which the EU alleges has helped avert a migration crisis, is teetering on the brink – several damning reports on the damaging humanitarian impact

Weekly wrap “Front Line”, March 17

    News Front’s weekly wrap “Front Line”. Check the most breaking and top events which took place recently. Anchorwoman – Catherine Nollan.      

Brussels, NATO, and the Globalists: In Total Disarray

  The EU, NATO, and the western alliance have utterly failed the people of eastern Europe. The unrequited love of former Soviet bloc nations is slowly turning to scorn. The Euromaidan and ensuing civil war

The Dutch election: Winners and losers

  Wednesday morning, Election Day in the Netherlands, found European elites apprehensive that the next domino on their continent was teetering. Their latest scourge was Geert Wilders, the populist insurgent and head of the Party

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