Russia’s Return To The World Stage: The Primakov Doctrine – Analysis

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The Russian Flag International power balance is primarily based on claiming ascendancy on the world stage, which in turn is driven by political imperatives, the prime mover in all initiatives towards claiming power. After the break-up of the Soviet Union, … Read More

Vladimir Putin’s Russia is rehabilitating Stalin. We must not let it happen

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An archive of artifacts from Stalin’s brutal reign should stand as evidence against Putin’s vision of a ‘heroic’ Soviet past Irina Sherbakova was a founding member of the human rights organization Memorial  ‘An image of Stalin as a strong leader … Read More

Los Angeles Times: Russian Revolution still echoes 100 years later

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Communist party supporters carry portraits of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin, left, and Soviet dictator Josef Stalin during a demonstration marking the 100th anniversary of the 1917 Bolshevik revolution in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017. Thousands of Communist demonstrators marked … Read More

Secret JFK files to be released by U.S. government

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Is America about to find out the truth about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy? On Thursday, the government is due release its final batch of secret files relating to the assassination, the majority of which will come from … Read More

In a German village, the bell still tolls for Hitler

BERLIN • In a verdant German village, a church bell that bears a swastika tolls. Above the symbol is an inscription: “All for the Fatherland, Adolf Hitler.” When the Nazi iconography was discovered this summer in Herxheim am Berg, some … Read More