Americas, Venezuela, China, Russia, Opinion, Politics
Europe, Russia, Human Rights, Opinion, Politics
While enabling the perpetuation of the tyranny of Nicolas Maduro’s Venezuelan United Socialist Party (PSUV) over the country, Russia and China seem to have become the last lifeline remaining for this red-wing authoritarian regime within a national context of humanitarian devastation and economic downturn. But just how much will Russia and China influence the fate of Venezuela?
Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, China, Russia, Business, Politics, World
For those who identify with occidental cultures, listening about Russia on the news means listening to some weird stories. This country, besides a solid political background, has had a strong Russian Nationalist movement going on for almost a century. But what is Russian Nationalism?
Europe, Russia, Life, Editor's Choice
As Trump’s international policies have fenced the US apart from their American neighbors in the South, the Eastern giants of Russia and People’s Republics of China have made their own path to strengthen relations with fast-growing Latin America, performing delicate movements that have been seen as unthreatening by Washington.
Japan, Russia, Business, Politics
The Western media loves to portray Russia as the country of eternal snow and Russians as brave people who are doing some crazy stuff. Everyone jokes about Russians riding bears and walking barefoot in the winter, but how true is all of that? I mean, let’s be honest, they are as human as anyone else.
Europe, Russia, Politics
Ever heard of Kuriles or the Kuril Islands? Well you should have! This volcanic archipelago that stretches across the Sea of Okhotsk in between Russia’s Far East region and Japan’s Hokkaido has been the subject of a serious territorial dispute that has scratched heads and sharpened bayonets for decades.
Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Politics
With polls officially closed across the Russian Federation, the nation’s parliamentary election to appoint representatives to the State Duma has resulted in a decisive win for Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party, ensuring an extension of his hegemony within Russian politics.
It has been nearly two and a half years since the illustrious Putin gave the marching orders for the full-scale annexation of the Crimean peninsula, yet the contentiousness has failed to evaporate in the prolonged tense political atmosphere.