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China's official news agency, Xinhua, rips into the pretenses and hypocrisy of the West's adventures in the Ukraine in its commentary, "The West's Fiasco In Ukraine."
As he was meeting with the EU heads of state/government and with NATO in Brussels, new Kiev Prime Minister Arseni "Yats" Yatsenyuk had three deputy defense ministers fired, to comply with an ultimatum posed by the Right Sector neo-Nazis that their forces needed equipment, arms, and ammunition. The fired generals had vehemently opposed that.
A lengthy article by former IMF chief economist Prof. Simon Johnson calls FDIC vice chairman Thomas Hoenig's debunking of the 'bail-in' menace on Feb.
The official news service of the Chinese State Council, China Internet Information Center, published a scathing attack on the US "fascist" putsch in Ukraine, written by their correspondent Zhao Jinglun. Zhao reports on the "hawkish bluster" in the US press and Congress, calling for military confrontation with Russia.
In an interview with the Financial Times, Russian Railways head and Putin's close ally Vladimir Yakunin has blasted the "global financial oligarchy" for orchestrating the coup and the crisis in Ukraine, as part of an effort to "destroy" Russia.
The EU knows that some of the people in Kiev are dangerous, and more and more Europeans will be wondering whom the EU is supporting in Ukraine, especially after the leaked tape of Catherine Ashton's phone call. London-based barrister and international law expert Alexander Mercouris told "Russia Today":
The World War II crimes of Stepan Bandera and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, and, the question of who was behind the sniper shootings that sabotaged German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier's compromise agreement for a negotiated settlement in Ukraine, were presented back-to-back by Vitaly Churkin, Russia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, at a March 6 press conference after t
Egon Bahr, the eminence grise of the German "ostpolitik" of the 1970s, stated on the "Beckmann Show" on German TV Thursday night that it would be "stupid" to abandon the security partnership that has been built over decades between the West and Russia, in favor of destructive sanctions. And Munich-based economist Prof.
The Obama Administration and its NATO co-conspirators are tightening the noose they hope to ring around Moscow's neck, allegedly in an effort to force Russia to "de-escalate" the Ukraine crisis. The destroyer USS Truxtun passed through the Dardanelles today, on its way into the Black Sea for "previously scheduled" exercises with the Bulgarian and Romanian navies.