Russia Insider

2019 Oct 14 - 9:10pm
"Mr. President, I'm not saying we wouldn't get our hair mussed, but I do say no more than 10 to 20 million killed, tops! Uh, depending on the breaks." Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove, or Princeton University? Transcript: - We're continuing our talk about the most important matters.
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2019 Oct 14 - 8:10pm
Russia and Iran will transfer payments using an alternative system to the internationally recognized SWIFT money transfer network, the governor of the Iranian central bank, Abdolnaser Hemmati, announced. Instead of SWIFT, a system that facilitates cross-border payments between 11,000 financial institutions in more than 200 countries worldwide, the two countries will use their own domestically developed financial messaging systems – Iran’s SEPAM...
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2019 Oct 13 - 10:10pm
“There has always been an abyss between Europeans and Semites, since the time when Tacitus complained about the odium generis humani.” Heinrich von Treitschke, Ein Wort über unser Judenthum, 1879.
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2019 Oct 10 - 11:10pm
Russian Defence Minister General Sergei Shoigu in a September 22, 2019 Interview: We long failed to understand the essential nature of what was going on around us.
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2019 Oct 7 - 11:10pm
As Congress lurches towards impeachment, complete with Cabinet-level subpoenas, the specter of a Mike Pence presidency looms larger. But let’s face it: Whether it’s in 2024 or sooner, President Pence in the Oval Office would be a dream come true for establishment Republicans and war hawk neocons alike. Trump-style “America First” nationalism would be dead on arrival, in its place the zombified corpse of globalism.
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2019 Oct 6 - 8:10am
So rich in all the arts, Russia produced a treasure of great painting, mostly in the 2nd half of the 19th century, but also, significantly, since the end of Communism.
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2019 Oct 3 - 8:10pm
Well before James Bond, real-life British intelligence has long been active against Russia, and no other country has achieved such impressive results in intelligence activity and plotting as Great Britain.
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2019 Oct 3 - 7:10pm
At the beginning of the 17th century, the Poles had a chance to crush their main rival and become the ruler of Eastern Europe. For centuries, Eastern Europe was a battleground between two Slavic peoples: the Russians and the Poles. More often than not, the more numerous Russians emerged victorious, so much so that Poland was wiped off the map more than once.
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2019 Oct 2 - 8:10pm
It would be nice to think that, as an Israeli officer once put it, “This time we went too far” — that the killings of 17 unarmed protesters in Gaza by Israeli riflers across a security fence on Friday would cause the world to sanction Israel for its conduct. But if you look over Israel’s history, you find that the massacre has been a ready tool in the Israeli war-chest; and Israelis have not been prosecuted for carrying them out.
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