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Publisher's column

Western delusions triggered this conflict and Russians will not yield

The west is without direction and losing sight of moral convictions

Editor's column

Battle Against West Gives Russia New Purpose

It is commonly held that events in Ukraine have breathed new life into NATO, reinvigorating it with a sense of external threat. But the flip side of that is also true


Russia Shouldn't Expect a Prosperous Future

The world economy is evidently entering a lower growth period, after decades of prosperity unique from a historical point of view

Mistral Deal Is Replaceable

The recent sinking of the Mistral deal, in which France was to have supplied Russia with high-tech assault craft for 1.2 billion euros ($1.66 billion), was heralded as a political victory for the West.

In the next issue

Russia and Germany and the Chance for Menage a Trois

Germany would not “divorce” the U.S. to embrace Russia. Still, a monogamous relationship between Washington and Berlin could well be transformed to a peculiar menage a trois, in which Moscow could find its role in sharing influence and possibly even domination in East/Central European space.