• Kasparov: Alliance of the West with Russia is immoral

    Following the attacks in Paris last week, the US entered into an alliance with Russia, Iran, Syria, France and other countries against the Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the attacks. Former world champion chess player, Garry Kasparov, has called this alliance immoral and disgusting. Kasparov, who heads the Human Rights Foundation in New York, stated in his interview to the Wall Street Journal, that NATO doesn't need Putin’s and Iran’s help to destroy ISIS; it simply needs the …

  • No power supply for over 2 million people in Crimea

    Last night, 1, 9 million residents of Crimea have remained without electricity as a result of PTL (Power Transmission Line) power pylons bombing in Kherson region. Now, Crimea, isolated from Ukraine’s power system, makes the transition to the autonomous power sources. Though, these power sources can provide at most a half of the desired capacity. Residents were asked don’t switch on heating devices and comply with rolling blackouts. The Crimean peninsula will be able to gain its energy …

  • Crimea in dark

    Almost 2 million people have been hit power cuts in Crimea, a Ukrainian peninsula annexed by Russia in March 2014.All four of the main power lines running through the mainland Kherson region of Ukraine have been knocked down. The first two were heavily damaged on Friday, and the second two were blown up on Sunday shortly after midnight plunging the disputed peninsula into darkness overnight and prompting a state of emergency there. Crimean Tatar activists, denying repair workers access to the …

  • Putin – From Aggressor to Peacemaker

    “Participation in the Syrian campaign will help Putin return to a more favorable position in world politics. But, it will hardly change world leaders’ opinions regarding the Kremlin’s actions in Ukraine.” wrote Sergey Rudenko in a special comment for German broadcaster Deutsche Welle. Crimea’s annexation and the war in Donbas forced the West to implement harsh measures against Russia. However, the Syrian war and the union of Russia and France in fighting against the Islamic State may improve …

  • Pegida movement: With Russian flags against Islam and Merkel

    Anti-Islamic movement Pegida in Dresden appears to be acting in Russia’s interests. On November 16th, three days after the recent terrorist acts in Paris, more than 10 thousand people showed up in Dresden to participate in a protest demonstration against German authorities’ migration policies. The turnout was a few thousand more than the previous week but still less than during the rise of the protest movement. Pegida (short for Patriotic Europeans Against Islamization of the West) followers …