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Roslyn Fuller

Roslyn Fuller
Currently a Research Associate at the interdisciplinary INSYTE Group, Dr. Roslyn Fuller has previously lectured at Trinity College and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, on Public International Law, International Trade Law and International Criminal Law. Having obtained her first bar exam in Germany, Dr. Fuller wrote her PhD on the topic of ‘Democracy and International Law’. Her research focuses on the legitimization of power and international law enforcement. In 2013, she published the 2nd edition of ‘Biehler on International Law: An Irish Perspective’ (Roundhall/Thomson Reuters), Ireland's leading textbook on International Law, in which she outlined how smaller countries can use International Law to their advantage. She has written for the Irish Independent and Huffington Post in addition to academic articles on topics as diverse as whistleblowing in the military, the potential of technology in the implementation of direct democracy and the use of shaming as an enforcement mechanism in International Law. She tweets at @roslynfuller and can be reached at
The Trans-Pacific Partnership – one sick treaty?

The secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will increase patent protection for the benefit of big pharmaceutical companies, but are such policies really in the interests of global health?

October 21, 2014 16:00
​Prestige does not necessarily mean progress: A history of the Nobel Peace Prize

The Nobel Peace Prize has stirred controversy for decades. Who decides on the winners of this prestigious award, and does their choice reflect courage or conformity?

October 13, 2014 12:05
David Cameron: ‘Non-Violence’ responsible for ISIS

As military action against ISIS continues, British Prime Minister David Cameron tells the UN General Assembly that “non-violent extremism” is responsible for the group’s existence.

October 01, 2014 16:09

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
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.
US needs pro-American lobby in Israel

Behind the polite and diplomatic statements regarding the “unbreakable bond” that exists between the United States and Israel lays a more disturbing truth that is slowly coming to the surface.

October 21, 2014 13:38
Warmongering Washington hunting for Ebola, Russia and Islamic State

The US Secretary of Defense Secretary categorized Russia as a global threat – much like Obama in his UN address last month - in the same breath as Ebola and Islamic State.

October 16, 2014 14:57
EU cowers to American power as relations with Russia tumble

In the dramatic diplomatic disaster that is occurring alongside the Ukrainian crisis, why are European leaders compelled, against their better interest and judgment, to follow Washington into an intractable feud with neighboring Russia?

October 07, 2014 15:52

Max Keiser

Max Keiser
Max Keiser, the host of RT's ‘Keiser Report,’ is a former stockbroker, the inventor of virtual specialist technology and co-founder of the Hollywood Stock Exchange.
​‘Truth blocked in US through mainstream media’

A blockade on the truth in America can be broken by billboard campaigns, like that criticizing Fox News host Sean Hannity, with the involvement of crowdfunding and cryptocurrency, Max Keiser, the host of RT's ‘Keiser Report’, told RT.

October 21, 2014 13:33
Bankers killing bankers for the insurance money and another look at 9/11

Two big, macabre stories came out of Wall Street recently: the rash of banker deaths by apparent murder and/or suicide, and speculation that bank CEOs themselves are behind the trend to cash in on the insurance.

May 14, 2014 19:12
End the Fed (and minimum wage laws) to rebalance the economy

​The US economy is trapped between two economic barriers that effectively are whittling away America's global dominance: the Federal Reserve Bank and the minimum wage laws.

May 12, 2014 09:05

Mauricio Savarese

Mauricio Savarese
Mauricio Savarese has been a journalist since 2003, and holds an MA in Interactive Journalism from the City University London. A former reporter for Reuters, Yahoo! and Brazil news websites UOL and, he blogs on Latin American affairs. He has covered two Olympic Games, presidential elections in Brazil and abroad, a papal conclave and general news stories. He spent three years as a correspondent, half of this time in Brasilia on political stories and the other half in London. He has contributed to RT since the June protests in Brazil, both in English and Spanish. He is also a partner in The Conteudo, a web content agency in Sao Paulo, and a freelance journalist specializing in politics and sport.
Neck & neck Brazil presidential race casts doubts on Mercosur, BRICS

About a year ago everyone expected an easy ride for President Dilma Rousseff in her reelection campaign. Now, in the final week of Brazil’s election season, she is technically tied with opposition’s Aécio Neves.

October 21, 2014 09:33
​Religion and gay rights take center stage in Brazil elections

Three weeks ago the 2014 Brazilian presidential elections were set to be the most boring ever.

September 04, 2014 14:47
Brazil elections: Rousseff still the favorite, but Silva’s nomination casts doubts

​It was all set for this to be the most boring presidential elections in Brazil since 1989. But the protests in June last year made it all a bit more difficult to foresee.

August 22, 2014 15:09

Nadezhda Kevorkova

Nadezhda Kevorkova
Nadezhda Kevorkova has worked at RT since 2010, before which she was a special correspondent for ‘Novaya gazeta,’ ‘Nezavisimaya gazeta,’ and ‘Gazeta.’ Kevorkova has also worked extensively in Russian mass-media. As a war correspondent, she covered the Arab Spring, military and religious conflicts, and the anti-globalization movement. She has worked as a reporter in Egypt, Sudan, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece, Turkey, Cuba, and in the republics of the North Caucasus, Tatarstan, and in the Far East. In 2001, after an invitation from US State Department, Kevorkova visited a number of states, including Alaska. As a correspondent of 'Gazeta' she reported from Indian settlements in the US. She covered the ‘Gaza Freedom Flotilla’ in 2008, 2010 and 2011; she also visited Gaza several times during the blockade. In 2010, Kevorkova was nominated for the ‘International Women of Courage’ award.
​Why do we know nothing about ISIS?

“Don’t you know that Isis was the name of an Egyptian goddess?” a colleague from Iraq recently wrote me. “Mind you, they never give things names for no reason in the West. Terror, death and fear – that is what we have to cope with day by day.”

October 20, 2014 15:12
Russian wife of a Crimean Tatar hero

“Do you want to talk to the Russian widow of our Crimean Tatar hero? You’ll hear the opinion of a Russian who knows our people, though her view is different,” a Crimean Tatar family offers.

October 03, 2014 11:17
Homecoming: Crimean Tatars speak about living and voting on the peninsula

The biggest question of the Sept. 14 local elections in Russia has been whether Crimean Tatars would vote. This has been the first time Crimea voted as a Russian territory.

September 14, 2014 16:19

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