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Robert Bridge

Robert Bridge
Robert Bridge, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has worked as a journalist in Russia since 1998. His articles have appeared in a number of publications, including Russia in Global Affairs, The Drudge Report and Infowars.com.
Formerly the editor-in-chief of The Moscow News, Bridge is the author of the book “Midnight in the American Empire”, which was released in early 2013.
​Obama openly admits 'brokering power transition' in Ukraine

In an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Barack Obama acknowledged that the United States had "brokered a deal to transition power in Ukraine," thus admitting to the highest level of democratic impropriety imaginable.

February 01, 2015 18:32
Obama, Michelle and 'The Beast' hit red carpet in New Delhi

Obama’s arrival in India got off to a promising start as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, breaking with protocol, greeted Obama and the First Lady on the tarmac in New Delhi. He even gave the US leader a bear hug for good measure.

January 25, 2015 15:06
2014: The year Russia-bashing got ugly - and dangerous

The western media narrative blames Russia’s “aggressive” foreign policy for triggering the collapse of US-Russian relations. Nothing could be further from the truth, and two major events of the last year prove it.

December 31, 2014 14:02

Tony Gosling

Tony Gosling
Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist. Over the last 20 years he has been exposing the secret power of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and élite Bilderberg Conferences where the dark forces of corporations, media, banks and royalty conspire to accumulate wealth and power through extortion and war. Tony has spent much of his life too advocating solutions which heal the wealth divide, such as free housing for all and a press which reflects the concerns of ordinary people rather than attempting to lead opinion, sensationalise or dumb-down. Tony tweets at @TonyGosling. Tune in to his Friday politics show at BCfm.
​BBC documentary 'Bitter Lake' is 'too dangerous' for TV

Adam Curtis’ latest documentary, ‘Bitter Lake,' examines the 'special relationship’ between the US and Saudi Arabia which has grown to dominate the Middle East.

February 01, 2015 03:58
‘Britain still US cat’s paw getting nothing in return’

There is little democracy left in the UK, according to Toni Gosling, investigative journalist. David Cameron’s policy is influenced by Washington not directly, but through the City of London, part of the same organization as Wall Street, he told RT.

January 15, 2015 14:10
What’s behind BBC’s decision to postpone ‘Reinventing the Royals’ documentary?

The BBC is no longer as independent as it used to be when it comes to criticizing the top levels of the establishment in Britain, Tony Gosling, investigative journalist told RT.

December 31, 2014 13:48

Pepe Escobar

Pepe Escobar
Pepe Escobar is the roving correspondent for Asia Times/Hong Kong, an analyst for RT and TomDispatch, and a frequent contributor to websites and radio shows ranging from the US to East Asia. Born in Brazil, he's been a foreign correspondent since 1985, and has lived in London, Paris, Milan, Los Angeles, Washington, Bangkok and Hong Kong. Even before 9/11 he specialized in covering the arc from the Middle East to Central and East Asia, with an emphasis on Big Power geopolitics and energy wars. He is the author of 'Globalistan' (Nimble Books, 2007), 'Red Zone Blues' (Nimble Books, 2007), 'Obama does Globalistan' (Nimble Books, 2009) and a contributing editor for a number of other books, including the upcoming 'Crossroads of Leadership: Globalization and the New American Century in the Obama Presidency' (Routledge). When not on the road, he alternates between Sao Paulo, New York, London, Bangkok and Hong Kong.
Europe slouching towards anxiety & war

Europe, which the EU is supposed to represent, is fighting a double war that could ravage it beyond recognition – against Greece within its own borders, and against Russia in Ukraine.

February 01, 2015 03:39
‘Empire of Chaos’ in the House

No one in Western corporate media will tell you why US President Barack Obama is hitting Riyadh with a high-powered delegation to “pay his respects” to the new House of Saud potentate, King Salman.

January 27, 2015 15:45
What game is the House of Saud playing?

The House of Saud now finds itself in times of extreme trouble. Their risky oil price war may eventually backfire. The succession of King Abdullah may turn into a bloodbath. And the American protector may be musing a change of heart.

January 16, 2015 12:29

Alexander Yakovenko

Ambassador's view
Dr Alexander Yakovenko, Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Deputy foreign minister (2005-2011).
​Russian military flights: facts and myths

Yesterday FCO Permanent Under-Secretary Simon Fraser and I discussed Russian aircraft flights in the international airspace on 28 January.

January 30, 2015 18:59
What I’m telling UK Foreign Office on Ukraine

Russia is actively working with its European partners on the settlement of the Ukrainian crisis, including within the Normandy format.

January 23, 2015 14:12
Terrorist attacks in Paris: Need for deeper counterterrorism cooperation

The recent terrorist attacks in the centre of Paris, during which extremists killed “Charlie Hebdo” journalists, police officers, and customers of the kosher store, were shocking.

January 22, 2015 21:46

Can Erimtan

Can Erimtan
Dr. Can Erimtan is an independent scholar residing in İstanbul, with a wide interest in the politics, history and culture of the Balkans and the Greater Middle East. He attended the VUB in Brussels and did his graduate work at the universities of Essex and Oxford. In Oxford, Erimtan was a member of Lady Margaret Hall and he obtained his doctorate in Modern History in 2002. His publications include the book “Ottomans Looking West?” as well as numerous scholarly articles. In the period 2010-11, he wrote op-eds for Today’s Zaman and in the further course of 2011 he also published a number of pieces in Hürriyet Daily News. In 2013, he was the Turkey Editor of the İstanbul Gazette. He is on Twitter at @theerimtanangle
134-day Islamic State siege of Kobani lifted

The apparently unstoppable progress of the IS terrorist group now seems to have come to an end on the Syrian-Turkish border. Kurdish fighters, opposition forces and coalition air strikes have thwarted the Caliph's designs on the town of Kobani.

January 30, 2015 15:16
Matter of deadly legacies: War on terror and new Cold War

Today the West, and the rest of the world, is faced with a whole host of deadly threats affecting many people in many regions close by, as well as wide and far removed.

January 28, 2015 16:40
The end of "Secular Turkey" or Ottomans re-emergent?

On the international scene Turkey is playing a high stakes game, trying to transform itself into an international energy hub as vividly illustrated by the recent rapprochement between Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russia's Vladimir Putin.

January 13, 2015 10:55