Home / REGIONS / Russia-CIS

Russia-CIS

The Frightful NATO and the U.S.’ Response to Putin’s Nuclear Threat

The Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau said in an interview with Polish radio station RMF FM that NATO would have a “conventional response” to a possible Russian nuclear attack on Ukraine. When asked whether NATO troops would enter Ukraine, Rau said this could not be ruled out. However, …

Read More »

Middle Eastern Geopolitics in The Midst of The Russo-Ukrainian War

Russia’s national interests have been harmed by the West’s efforts to obstruct Eurasia’s integration and provoke conflict. Support from the United States and the European Union for Ukraine’s anti-constitutional coup d’état sparked a societal upheaval and a bloody conflict. Right-wing nationalist ideology is getting more and more popular, …

Read More »

Soaring US Inflation & Looming Recession Are Bifurcating Democrat Support, Economist Says

Ekaterina Blinova US stock markets continued to plummet on 13 June on the prognosis that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates by as much as 0.75% this week after… 14.06.2022, Sputnik International US traders and investors are overwhelmingly betting that the Federal Reserve “will hike hard and …

Read More »

How Could US Sanctions on Russia Speed up De-Dollarisation and Help Rise of the Yuan?

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently stated that the greenback has no serious competitors in the world, but that claim might be “wishful thinking” on Washington’s part, geopolitical analyst Brian Berletic says. “While the US dollar is still a formidable reserve currency worldwide with tremendous coercive power, a …

Read More »

Russia, Ukraine, and the Desert of the Real

Hanna Eid What we are seeing is the USA-NATO nexus reacting to the new reality of multipolarity in the world system by desperately attempting to control the flow of information. The instantaneity with which the entire western political spectrum was whipped into line during the ongoing conflict between …

Read More »

America Defeats Germany for the Third Time in a Century

Michael Hudson  The MIC, OGAM and FIRE Sectors Conquer NATO My old boss Herman Kahn, with whom I worked at the Hudson Institute in the 1970s, had a set speech that he would give at public meetings. He said that back in high school in Los Angeles, his …

Read More »

What Putin’s Invasion Means for Foreign Policy Realism

Rand Paul History will remember this aggression, not as genius, but as folly. Realism in foreign policy means that tactics and strategy change as the facts on the ground change. The best tools for deterring Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine are less relevant now that Russia has invaded. …

Read More »

Ukraine-Russia Crisis: Belt and Road Initiative and China’s diplomacy

Pushkar Pushp It has been more than a week since Russia has launched a war against Ukraine. The United state and its allies have already put sanctions on Russia. These sanctions aim to weaken its financial assets and the military. However, as we monitor the Russian invasion of …

Read More »

The Impact of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict on Global Financial Markets

Since the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine war, the global capital markets had experienced the initial plunge on February 24, and then stabilized and rebounded in the second trading day on February 25. The three major U.S. stock indexes closed up collectively, with the Dow Jones industrial average, the …

Read More »