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In a long interview with Il Foglio April 19, Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini said that if we don't want a nuclear war, negotiations with Russia on Ukraine are the only solution. Italy backs Germany's approach to the Ukrainian crisis, and calls for a solution that involves "the interest of all" parties involved.
In an interview with the Czech TV, CT24, former Czech president Vaclav Klaus made clear that the EU and the United States had contributed to the Ukraine crisis.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown wrote and released a letter April 16 to the Federal Reserve, asking the Fed to ban commodities and commodities-infrastructure holdings by banks.
Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) says the worst is yet to come with Obamacare. When the various provisos that Obama has delayed by decree finally kick in...
NATO's eastward drive has continued escalating over recent days. The Pentagon's announcement that small numbers of U.S. ground troops would be deploying to Poland and the three Baltic countries, followed reports indicating intentions to increase military posture in northern Europe.
NATO's military build-up in Poland is a dangerous and provocative development which might lead to another Cuban Missile Crisis, international law Professor Francis Boyle told RIA Novosti today. Boyle is a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law.
The outpouring of mocking criticism of President Obama's bungling of the Ukraine crisis, by both the standards of sane war avoidance and even the standards of the British Crown's drive for war, are continuing. Two particularly notable hits on Obama appeared in U.S. media yesterday...
Lyndon LaRouche appeared live on Press TV's news broadcast at noon Eastern Time yesterday, April 22, closing out the first story on Press TV's "Top Five" program.