The Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund
TV show “Time for Public Diplomacy” with Alexey Fenenko is on the air of Gorchakov TV – about results of the Munich Conference
Alexander Konkov: A “gesture” by Ukraine in the UN Security Council harmed itself, which is obvious to the whole world
An alliance against “dictatorship of Berlin” is emerging in Europe – mass media
10 years since the Putin’s speech in Munich: they should have listened
A point of view from Norway: Crimea is Russia
Sergey Kukharenko: What will the Trump’s position on Russia depend on?
Remembering Vitaly Churkin
A point of view from France: Now is the time to turn right!
Above all, the French expect resolution of the issue of Islamism, believes geostrategist Emeric Chopard.
Orientalist: There are no madmen in Pyongyang or Seoul
Modeling of a big war on the Korean Peninsula has proved that it would critically damage the U.S.
Theresa May: To get Britain out of the EU in the harshest possible way
The British leader displayed courage by stating that Brexit will be fast and rough.
Nobody will be able to restore G8 – an opinion
Moscow will never come back to the club of western countries, from which was excluded, forecasts VZGLYAD.
National Interest: U.S. imperialism is harmful for them as well
If the U.S. do not get off that dangerous road, they will have to pay a lot for such an approach, writes Daniel L. Davis in an article for National Interest.
Forbes: To leave the cold war behind
Tim Reuter – about friendship between the U.S. and Russia in the past and the future.
The Nation: What are U.S. accusations towards Russia fraught with?
U.S. efforts to accuse others in their problems can result in decay of America, writes columnist of The Nation Patrick Lawrence.
A Bulgarian journalist: Lost the cold war together with Russia
Russian soldiers gave their lives for freedom of Bulgaria, but not for the county with democracy killed over years, believes Bulgarian journalist Boris Anzov.
Russophobia. Two centuries of “falsifications” - a perspective from Italy
Russophobia — a feeling popular in the Anglo-Saxon world — goes back to two centuries ago in history, writes Italian publication Il Giornale.
What challenges will face a new head of the Department of State? A perspective from the U.S.
The biggest challenge for a new head of the Department pf State – is the U.S. policy in the world, writes National Interest.