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The United States and Our Russian Obsession:...

In this interview, journalist Daniel Falcone talks to writer and activist Margaret Kimberley to discuss the mainstream media’s obsession with Russia and its alleged...

Zuma’s Growing Relationship With Russia’s Putin Raises...

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Jacob Zuma is back from Russia, with love for its leader. Again. The South African president, who attended a massive World...

Is the U.S. List of ‘State Sponsors...

As the U.S. reportedly considers removing Cuba from the politically important list of nations that are "state sponsors of terrorism" and adding North Korea...

Obama in Europe Must Convince EU to...

When President Obama stepped off the plane in the Netherlands today, he was facing a huge foreign policy test: Convince the possibly reluctant nations...

As Crimea Prepares for Referendum on Joining...

One day before Crimea's referendum vote to secede from Ukraine and join Russia, international leaders seemed to accept that the passage of the vote...

Second Suicide Bombing Hits Russia as Winter...

A second suicide bombing claimed at least 14 lives in the Russian city of Volgograd on Monday just one day after another suicide bombing...

Obama Fires Shot at Russia: Gay Athletes...

President Obama, unhappy with Russia’s antigay stance, sent a resounding message with his appointment of U.S. delegates for the Sochi Olympics: openly gay athletes. He...

Russia Quietly Signs Deal to Forgive Cuba’s...

Exclusive (Reuters)- Russia and Cuba have quietly signed an agreement to write off 90 percent of Cuba's $32 billion debt to the defunct Soviet...

UN Rejects Africa Bid to Halt Kenya...

The U.N. Security Council refused Friday to grant an African request to delay by one year the International Criminal Court prosecution of Kenya's leaders...

African Players Threaten to Boycott 2018 World...

African players, on the heels of racist remarks against Yay Touré in Moscow last week, could boycott the 2018 World Cup in Russia if the...

US, Russia and Other UN Powers Strike...

In a remarkable turn of events for President Obama and the United States, the five nations in the United Nations Security Council have agreed...

South Africa’s President Zuma: UN Security Council...

The United Nations Security Council remains undemocratic, unrepresentative and unfair to developing nations and small states, South African President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday. Nearly 70...

Syrians Provide ‘Proof’ of Rebel Chemical Weapons...

Syria has given Russia new material evidence that it says proves Syrian rebels used chemical weapons in an attack on August 21, a Russian...

Obama Places Blame for ‘Lost Year’ on...

As the Syrian crisis appears to be resolving itself in a way that reflects positively on the Obama administration, commentators are tripping over themselves...

Memory of Iraq War Vote Lingers Over...

President Barack Obama has acknowledged that he faces an uphill battle to win congressional backing for a military strike against Syria. As the unpredictable debate...

Putin: Russia May Support UN Measure to...

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned the West against taking one-sided action in Syria, but also says his nation "doesn't exclude" supporting a U.N. resolution...

Russian Spy Ships Watching Syria’s Back

Russia has sent ships to the Mediterranean that could give Syria advance notice by monitoring U.S. ships.

Arab Allies Refuse to Support US Attack...

As the Western drum beats war threats against Syria, the Obama administration is having difficulty convincing its Arab allies to publicly support military intervention. According...

Obama Announces Significant Review of US Surveillance...

With Edward Snowden and the NSA surveillance scandal still dominating the news, President Obama yesterday was forced to step to the podium at the...

Obama Cancels Summit With Putin Over Snowden...

The relationship between Russia and the United States chilled further Wednesday as President Obama canceled plans for a presidential summit with Vladimir Putin that...

Congress Considers Stripping NSA of Surveillance Powers

The major players in Washington are wrangling over the future of the NSA's domestic mass surveillance program as Congress attempts to strip power from...
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