Tuesday, 31 January , 2023

USSR

Poll reveals Soviet Union’s most outstanding achievement according to Russians

The poll covered 1.6 thousand Russians over the age of 18 MOSCOW, December 30. /TASS/. The majority of Russians consider the launch of the first...

80 years ago: Members of the “Red Orchestra” executed in Plötzensee

Shortly before Christmas, on December 22, 1942, eleven men and women from the German anti-fascist resistance were executed for high treason at the Plötzensee...

Some Lessons on Planning for the Twenty-First Century from the World’s...

by Elena Veduta Oct 1, 2022 A Brief Overview of Soviet Planning History The successes achieved by the USSR thanks to the socialist revolution of 1917—which transformed...

Values in the Modern World. What Is Their Balance for Genuine...

Sixth Session of the 19th Annual Meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club How can we ensure a fair balance in the new world – not...

What a Cold War crisis over Taiwan could tell us about...

By (Clark) Aoqi Wu, September 8, 2022 Russia’s top leader visits Beijing, meets with his Chinese counterpart, issues a joint communiqué condemning the expansionist policies and...

How To End the War in Ukraine?

by Jean Bricmont Posted on July 12, 2022 Given the devastating effects of this war, first in Ukraine but also, through sanctions, on the world...

How To End the War in Ukraine?

by Jean Bricmont Posted on July 12, 2022 Given the devastating effects of this war, first in Ukraine but also, through sanctions, on the world...

Under banner of “de-Sovietization,” Ukrainian government prepares deep assault on workers’...

By Shannon Jones Jun 8, 2022 As the war in Ukraine continues into its fourth month the Ukrainian parliament is set to enact a major revision...

The War between East and West, the Non-Aligned and the struggle...

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) PART I of two parts We are living through the opening phase of two Armaggedons, and we need to stop both of...

Back to the future: British troops in Greece (1944)

Athens 1944: Britain’s dirty secret When 28 civilians were killed in Athens, it wasn’t the Nazis who were to blame, it was the British. Ed...