13.06.2024 Kirill Benediktov

Europeans are Against Continuing the War in Ukraine

Europe voted against the war in Ukraine, says the famous American political analyst David P. Goldman. According to Goldman, while mainstream (i.e., left-liberal) pundits and journalists call the rise of national conservatives in Europe a “knee-jerk response to immigration,” the analysis suggests the opposite: Sunday’s electoral earthquake was a response to voters’ concerns that the […]
3min 42
12.06.2024 Tony Rocchi

European Elections and Far-Right Parties: Has Fascism Returned to Europe?

The recent elections to the European Parliament showed that both far right and right-wing and conservative parties made big gains. The 720 members of the parliament generally belong to European-wide parties consisting of national parties grouped along ideological lines. Media have focused on the gains made by the far-right Identity and Democracy party and the […]
7min 61
11.06.2024 Sergey Stankevich

Macron is in a Hurry

Macron continues to hurry — persistently, but to no avail. And this combination suits him. According to the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag, the French leadership is persistently trying to mobilize European states for the special operation “landing of instructors”. The Chief of the General Staff of the French Armed Forces, Thierry Burckhardt, sent a […]
3min 60
09.06.2024 Kirill Benediktov

Real Threat of a Nuclear Strike on Europe

Putin’s discussion with Karaganov about the use of nuclear weapons is an obvious sign of the legitimization of the nuclear war scenario. Of course, this is a game of Putin as a good and Karaganov as a bad one, but although Putin always stipulates that he really hopes that nothing like this will happen — […]
1min 82
08.06.2024 Dmitri Drobnitsky

Steve Bannon and Peter Navarro Go to Prison

Trump allies sentenced to 4 months in prison for refusing to cooperate with commission on January 6. A commission to investigate the event of January 6, 2021 was created in the House of Representatives under the leadership of Nancy Pelosi — then the majority in the House belonged to the Democrats. Pelosi did not allow […]
2min 90

Review & Opinion


Miracles Happen

I watched the movie “Sister”. Here, finally, is a film not about evil, but about kindness. Or even like this: about Kindness. Director Alexander Galibin made his film based on the story of the wonderful Bashkir writer Mustai Karim “The Joy of Our Home”. The story is quite simple. In a Ukrainian village destroyed by […]
6min 118

19.05.2024 Oleg Yasinsky

Nuclear Weapons in the Hands of Mad Politicians

The topic of the use of nuclear weapons is a difficult question for the mind and heart. In recent years, the world has quickly accustomed us to all varieties of madness, turning things that were completely absolute yesterday into something relative and thus freeing our brain not only from the remnants of common sense, but […]
2min 167

13.05.2024 Tony Rocchi

Russian and European Revolutions: More Risky Comparisons

Part 1. Comparing the Russian Revolutions of 1905-1907 and 1917-1922 to other revolutions in different countries and regions has its risks. In general, it is safest to set the Russian revolutions in the entire history of European revolutions beginning with the revolution of 1768 in Geneva, Switzerland and finishing with the Russian Revolution of 1917-1922. […]
6min 365

08.05.2024 Tony Rocchi

Russian and European Revolutions: the Risk of Making False Comparisons

Just how unique were the Russian Revolutions of 1905-1907 and 1917-1922? Both revolutions had their elements of uniqueness, but you can determine their uniqueness only by setting these revolutions in the entire history of European revolutions beginning with the revolution of 1768 in Geneva, Switzerland and finishing with the Russian Revolution of 1917-1922. This means […]
7min 637

12.04.2024 Lucy Dickerson

Naive Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson seems to be a smart guy, he is quick witted, he hammers like an electric broom. Tucker Carlson is clearly well educated and even quite erudite (although he doesn’t know Russian history at all, but this is not surprising for a Westerner in general, and an American in particular — they are Western […]
3min 599

05.12.2023 Boris Mezhuev

Henry Kissinger Was a Politician of the International Realism

Many different words can be said about the late statesman — both good and evil, fair and biased. Kissinger activities can be considered from a variety of points of view — from the position of abstract humanism, the global claims of Euro-Atlanticism, and finally, based on the postulates of his favorite international realism. But in […]
3min 1863

Galleries


Culture & Art


09.08.2023 Olga Makarova

Naughty Children: Nuisance or Blessing

Once in a while, every parent, to one degree or another, faces the disobedience of their child. In France in the 60s, even a kid named Nicolas was popular — a character in children’s illustrated books, on which more than one generation of French grew up. He is curious and restless, mischievous but a dreamer, […]
2min 6103

15.07.2023 Olga Makarova

Romance at the Tip of the Pencil

Animated Short Film “THOUGHT OF YOU” is a delightful graphic novel with images that look like they’ve stepped out of the pages of an artist’s album and came to life. A great way to show the experience and dreams of each character is simply through a pencil drawing that comes to life without distracting details. […]
2min 6654

13.04.2023 Yuri Chekalin

Seppuku and Death in Japan

“Where does all this madness about hara-kiri, bushido come from…” /From one Russian radio broadcast./ “… We must win honestly, We must live in the bright light, They will compose songs about us, Heaven will be hot…” “Sport Heroes”    “…Who knows what awaits us?  Who knows what will happen?  And will be strong  And […]
19min 8422

Sincerity is somewhere inside us

Adult life is a strange thing. It often feels different than it actually turns out. As a child, you look at life with wide eyes. We stretch our arms to everything: to a flower and a butterfly, to a puppy and a kitten, to a cloud in the sky. We have fun and we laugh. […]
3min 9151

14.02.2023 Olga Makarova

The Attractive Force of Bad Luck

Opposites are known to attract. Because the heroes of the French animated comedy “Jinxy Jenkins & Lucky Lou” were doomed to meet, and, according to the authors’ intention, their meeting was to be completely random and completely captivating the attention of the audience. As a result, an exciting race of heroes in an uncontrolled ice […]
1min 9403

09.01.2023 Alexander Lavrov

Musical Art of the XXI Century

To begin with, in the 21st century, the convergence of academic and popular music has increased. If earlier in world practice, academic composers went into film music, now the trend is reversed – film composers and even computer game composers are moving into academicism. They write music for ballets that are staged in the world’s […]
10min 9325

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Europeans are Against Continuing the War in Ukraine

Europe voted against the war in Ukraine, says the famous American political analyst David P. Goldman. According to Goldman, while mainstream (i.e., left-liberal) pundits and journalists call the rise of national conservatives in Europe a “knee-jerk response to immigration,” the analysis suggests the opposite: Sunday’s electoral earthquake was a response to voters’ concerns that the […]

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