“The claim that Russia attacked America during the 2016 presidential election is both exceedingly dangerous and a complete falsehood,” says Stephen Cohen on Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay
In Ukraine, the U.S. officials and their counterparts from other NATO countries played a key role in the unconstitutional regime change that broke what had been a delicate balance in an unstable and corrupt state.
Fast-forward to the present, when Ukraine will have a second-round runoff Sunday between comedian Volodymyr Zelensky and the “Chocolate King” oligarch, President Petro Poroshenko. Judging from U.S. officials’ words and actions, their choice is the latter.
Ethnic diversity may be why voters in Odessa reject their incumbent president in the first round of the presidential election.
How the long-anticipated report addresses—or ignores—Russiagate allegations will be vital for US-Russian relations.
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Religious conflict in Ukraine has been much in the news of late.
The liberal network is booming. But is it selling its viewers a conspiratorial fantasy?
Can you think of a more vulgar and disgraceful manifestation of Trump-Russia media malfeasance than Rachel Maddow?