Gabriele Krone-Schmalz, who worked in Russia as a correspondent during the perestroika era, is considered one of the leading German experts on Russian politics. In an interview with Sputnik, she presents her new book "Ice Age: How Russia is Demonized and Why It is So Dangerous" and shares her opinion about conflict between Moscow and the West.
The US military footprint in the Middle East has swelled some 33 percent in just the past four months, according to a new Pentagon report.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told Le Figaro newspaper in an interview published Thursday that Athens would not make any concessions on the principle of separation of powers and would not allow the executive branch to overturn the judiciary's decision on refusal to extradite Turkish soldiers.
Japanese scientists have for the first time documented that lightning can spark nuclear reactions in the earth’s atmosphere, an event that happens via the release of antimatter.
In an interview to Radio Sputnik, Tim Anderson, an academic expert in economics and international politics from the University of Sydney, pondered on the US’ role in the standoff in Syria, saying that America misinterprets the Russian arms’ presence in the country.
The UK is no longer one of the world’s five largest economies, as Chancellor Philip Hammond admitted that 'Britain is the world’s sixth largest economy.'
In the wake of ever-growing accusations of human rights abuses and an increasingly dictatorial control, the reign of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen will soon end, and in a similar fashion to the recent fall of Zimbabwe's longterm strongman Robert Mugabe, according to Cambodian political opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
A homeless veteran helped a young woman stranded on a highway near Philadelphia by buying her gas with his last $20. She repaid him with more than just a thank you.
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