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‘Free gas to Ukraine? Sounds a bit strange’ - Eurogas ex-chief Jean-Marie Devos, former head of Eurogas
The events in Ukraine have brought to light many issues, including the issue of energy. Authorities in Kiev claim they are not ready to play by the market’s rules and pay full price for gas; the EU is mulling sanctions against Russia and cl... April 18, 2014 10:30 6

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Ray McGovern (Paul Morigi / Getty Images for EPIX / AFP)
​Europe will now think twice before following Washington's orders - Ex-CIA Officer Ray McGovern

The Ukrainian crisis may have seen a flickering light at the end of the tunnel, as politicians from the great powers collided over the former Soviet...

April 14, 2014 08:30 14
Kanwal Sibal (AFP Photo / Prakash Singh)
‘West scared of BRICS since it can’t control bloc from within’ - Ex-Indian Foreign Secretary

Representing a fifth of the world economy, the BRICS states pose a challenge to the US-dominated world. Submarket growth in Russia and the West could...

April 11, 2014 06:50 9
Former US Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) (AFP Photo / Brendan Smialowski)
Economic sanctions are an act of war – Ron Paul

As Ukraine is caught in a socio-political whirlwind, Russia is locked in a standoff with the US, and Europe is counting losses from the transcontinental...

April 07, 2014 08:30 66
Jack Matlock
NATO expansion to Ukraine will be grievous mistake for US - last US ambassador to USSR

An emerging chill between the US and Russia is causing alarm around the world. But despite the diplomatic blows traded over Ukraine, cooperation on other...

April 04, 2014 05:43 16
Nihal Singh
​One day BRICS will challenge the Western dominance in the world - Indian author Nihal Singh

Ukraine's crisis sent triples across the globe. As Western states slap sanctions on Russia calling for Moscow's isolation the countries of the BRICS...

March 31, 2014 08:30 4
Colonel J. Joseph (Still from RT video)
​Lost MH370 flight could’ve been shot down by missile - aviation expert Col. J. Joseph

We live in a world where your every step can be tracked. Your own phone has GPS, and the Orbit of Earth itself is covered with numerous satellites,...

March 28, 2014 10:30 6
David Speedie, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow
Post-Cold War West poked Russian bear with a stick until it finally swiped back - David Speedie, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow

Crimea's secession has steered up a storm in the West, with flaming speeches being heard from politicians. However, there’s little real action being...

March 24, 2014 08:30 8
Ewald Stadler
​‘More democracy in Crimean vote than Kiev's coup’ - Ewald Stadler MEP

The region of Crimea has decided on a referendum to join the Russian Federation in a vote that was branded illegitimate and undemocratic by the West...

March 21, 2014 10:30 18
US foreign aid agencies paid for Kiev street violence - ex-US agent Scott Rickard

The EU is a hurry to sign the long-awaited association treaty with Ukraine, while the new leaders in Kiev are turning to Washington for support. Whose...

March 17, 2014 08:30 31

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