Kate Middleton looked her best at the coronation of the British King. The coronation of Charles III came out rather lackluster, highlighting the temporary decline of the royal house of Windsor after the departure of the eminent ruler, Elizabeth II. The best thing that the venerable monarchical couple Charles and Camilla could do to reset […]


Taiwan received a blow from where it did not expect. Until now, the island has had diplomatic relations with only 13 countries, mostly poor and developing countries in Central America, the Caribbean and the Pacific. And here is minus one. The Honduras Foreign Ministry said it recognizes the People’s Republic of China as the sole […]


The giants of the oil business, instead of the former straightforward brutality, are practicing more and more complex dances — logistics, contract and price. Moreover, these dances are not at the forefront, but behind a curtain that is less and less transparent for the sanctions controllers. An impressive counter march: Russian suppliers leave Europe for […]


Preparing an attack on the oil cartel. A bipartisan group of US senators has submitted a bill to the US Senate to ban oil cartels. The document received the ironic name NOPEC (No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels Act). The main authors are Republican Chuck Grassley and Democrat Amy Klobuchar. If the NOPEC Act is […]


In Munich, on the sidelines of the International Security Conference, a meeting was held between US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and the head of the Chinese delegation, Wang Yi. This top-ranking Chinese diplomat is the Head of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the CPC Central Committee, a member of the Politburo […]


In Stockholm, Sweden, right-wing radicals demonstrated against Turkey, Erdogan, and the country’s accession to NATO. During the demonstration, the Koran was burned. Left-wing radicals (mostly Kurds) at another demonstration also attacked Turkey, Erdogan, NATO and put forward the slogan “We are all PKK” (“Kurdistan Workers’ Party”, which Erdogan is fighting against). The protests in Stockholm, […]

Yuri ShekhunovYuri Shekhunov10.10.2022

Immediately after the explosion on the Crimean bridge, adviser to the office of the President of Ukraine Mikhail Podolyak declared Ukraine’s responsibility for the explosion on the Crimean bridge. He posted a post on Twitter, where he stated that everything “illegal” should be destroyed, and wrote “Crimea. Bridge. Beginning.” On the morning of October 8, […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin27.09.2022

A rare state funeral for Shinzo Abe, the former prime minister who was assassinated in July, has split Japan. The hawkish Abe was one of the nation’s most divisive postwar leaders, but it is the ruling party’s cozy ties with the ultra-conservative Unification Church that has fired up much of the opposition to the funeral. […]

Yuri ShekhunovYuri Shekhunov22.09.2022

Typhoon Nanmadol, better known in Japan as Typhoon No. 14 (serial number this year), caused great damage to the Land of the Rising Sun. As a result of the elements, three people died and 133 were injured in the south and southwest of Japan, NHK reported. On the island of Kyushu, the brunt of the […]

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