A stream from Banderovits day

After a coup d’etate far-right extremists came to power in Ukraine. It was a first time after a long period when neo-fascists entered a government in European country. Since that time new More »

Brazil presidential race: far right Bolsonaro is a threat to Brazil, Latin America and whole world

Far right candidate Bolsonaro won 46% of the vote in the first round of polling in the Brazil election – significantly higher than Brazil’s main opinion polling companies had predicted. The impact More »

Kiev controlled Nazis attack journalists

Arrogant attacks on journalists continue in Ukraine. For the second time this autumn in the very center of Kiev, Nazis attacked a correspondent of the opposition television channel Newsone. On the morning More »

China accuses former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei of taking bribes

Ministry of Public Security announces task force will target associates and adds that Meng’s ‘insistence on doing things his own way means he only has himself to blame’ by Choi Chi-yuk and  More »

Interpol demands answers from China on missing president Meng Hongwei

by Laurie Chen and Mimi Lau Interpol has urged Chinese officials to release information on the whereabouts of Meng Hongwei, the president of the international police agency who went missing after leaving More »

 

Russia | No peace – no war: The future of the Russia-NATO relationship

by Prokhor Tebin

It was no surprise the issue of Russia played a crucial part in the NATO 2018 Summit in Brussels. Since 2014, the organisation has returned to its original raison d’être with Russia as NATO’s archenemy.

USA | The US military’s vision for state censorship

In March, the United States Special Operations Command, the section of the Defense Department supervising the US Special Forces, held a conference on the theme of “Sovereignty in the Information Age.” The conference brought together Special Forces officers with domestic police forces, including officials from the New York Police Department, and representatives from technology companies such as Microsoft.

Ukraine | Kiev controlled Nazis attack journalists

Arrogant attacks on journalists continue in Ukraine. For the second time this autumn in the very center of Kiev, Nazis attacked a correspondent of the opposition television channel Newsone.

On the morning of October 10, journalist Anastasia Pshenichnaya reported on a protest action organized by the Nazi group C-14. During the shooting, “two unknown, masked men ran up behind me and poured me and my operator with an unknown white substance and ran on,” Pshenichnaya says. According to her, the police immediately detained them. However, other Nazis began to resist and defend their colleagues. “In the end, the attackers broke away and ran in an unknown direction,” the journalist said.

Greece | Syriza’s Repressive Turn

Alexis Tsipras’s government promised to end austerity. Now it’s defending the banks against people evicted from their homes — and persecuting those who protest.
Many on the international left believe that things in Greece are slowly improving, and that the Syriza government remains a left-wing force that is protecting the interests of workers and the poor even despite very difficult conditions. For those who accept this view, recent developments in the country will come as a nasty surprise.

Argentina | IMF: Argentina World Economy Weakening From US Trade War

The fund says Argentina’s economy will shrink by 2.6 percent in 2018 because of austerity measures, and global growth is contracting from trade wars.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Tuesday that the Latin American economy will grow less than expected, mainly because Argentina, the region’s third largest money maker, is in an economic crisis.

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