It was the dogs what done it. The picture of the "pile of canine corpses on the streets of Russia killed in the name of the world cup," I mean.
Outrage over the Trump administration's “zero tolerance” immigration policy appears to have little to do with genuine concerns over human-rights abuses.
As thousands of English football supporters attend the FIFA World Cup, the overwhelming feedback is that Russia is far better than they expected. The British media needs to analyze its own role in this paradox.
John Wight: The complicity of Western governments in the ocean of suffering being wrought in Yemen exposes them as agents of Saudi brutality.
Mikhail Khodarenok about whether or not Russia should manufacture the largest military transport aircraft in the world, the Antonov An-124 (Ruslan).
Neil Clark: In the present geopolitical climate, the idea of a pact between the UK and Russia seems far-fetched to say the least.
Danielle Ryan: Trump’s praise of Kim Jong-un has been presented by much of the Washington political class as a stark deviation from political norms.
Listening to Western media and politicians these days, you would never guess that nearly three decades ago the Soviet hammer and sickle lowered for the last time over the Kremlin, replaced by the Russian tricolor.
President Donald Trump appeared to blindside everyone this week when he announced he was cancelling “war games” on the Korean Peninsula as a gesture of peaceful intent towards North Korea.
Little more needs to be said about events in Singapore. Slings and arrows finally parked after a 65-year war in which millions died on a divided Korean peninsula where a nuclear slingshot was assembled and decommissioned.
While most other western leaders fiddle and seethe, Donald Trump powers ahead as bully-in-chief. A genuine new world order is the only way to stop him.
Last week I wrote about what civilians from Ghouta told me regarding unverified claims of the Syrian Army attacking them with chemicals, but they also talked about crimes committed by terrorists and the White Helmets’ role.
In a bow to the #MeToo phenomenon that is sweeping the nation, America’s most recognizable beauty pageant is telling its contestants to ditch the bikini. Can this really be considered ‘progressive’ thinking?
Vanessa Beeley: Stories of wartime heroism abound in Hollywood movie history promote US military personnel to cult figures, ‘saving the world’.
Fueling hysteria about ‘Russian disinformation,’ ‘Russian meddling,’ and ‘Russian propaganda’ has quickly become a lucrative pastime. Now NATO’s Atlantic Council has gathered the leading proponents under one umbrella.