Putin ‘doesn’t think anything is over’ in Ukraine

Fiona Hill said the conflict in Ukraine has been devastating for Russia, but Putin doesn’t think things are going well. The Russian expert said the Russian leader had received poor intelligence and was living “in a bubble”. Hill emphasized though that Putin would not give up his goal of “dismembering” Ukraine, despite the major setbacks … Read more

Biden’s burdens are increasing: the deteriorating global economy is adding to the problems of the United States

Washington (AFP) – As President Joe Biden sets off for Asia Thursday, he faces a new danger at home for the economy and his Democratic Party: the global slowdown caused by the Russian invasion Ukraine and the epidemic shut down the Chinese Cities and factories. The global economy cannot cast the votes of the United … Read more

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reaction to NATO’s expansion in Sweden and Finland is a big farce

As the position of the political leadership of Finland and Sweden to join NATO (NATO)-Russian President Vladimir Putin Worst nightmare – Putin suddenly showed calm, only this week stating that he “has no problems” with Finland and Sweden joining the collective defense organization. “With regard to enlargement, including the accession of two possible new members, … Read more

Yellen: It is not legal for the United States to seize official Russian assets

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Wednesday that the United States had no legal authority to seize Russian Central Bank assets frozen over its invasion of Ukraine, but was in talks with U.S. partners about ways to make Russia. Pay the bill for post-war reconstruction in Ukraine began. Yellen also said that a special license … Read more

NATO talks with Finland and Sweden are stalled but will continue

Diplomats said NATO envoys failed to reach consensus on Wednesday on starting membership talks with Finland and Sweden, as Turkey renewed its objections. The accession of the two Scandinavian countries. The envoys met at NATO headquarters in Brussels after the ambassadors of Finland and Sweden submitted written requests to join the military organization, in a … Read more

How Turkey spoiled NATO’s historic moment with Finland and Sweden

Turkey surprised NATO allies Finland and Sweden hope for rapid accession Turkish President Cavusoglu meets with his US counterpart Blinken ISTANBUL/WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS, May 18 (Reuters) – When Finland and Sweden signaled they were considering the historic decision to join NATO, the alliance expected a tough response from Moscow, not from it. However, at a meeting of … Read more

Orbán and the United States’ Right to Engage at Cpac in Hungary on Ideology of the “Great Replacement” | Victor Urban

Hungary’s national leader, Victor Urbanwill be the star speaker at an extraordinary session of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to be held in Hungary this week, in an effort to cement the bonds between the radical right on both sides of the Atlantic under the slogan “The Great Replacement”. In a speech on Monday, … Read more

Dollar Rises, Stocks Fall As Inflation Tensions Return

NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar strengthened and global stocks fell on Wednesday as concerns about economic growth and rising inflation soured sentiment as British consumer prices rose 9% and prices accelerated more than expected. in Canada. British inflation climbed to its highest annual rate since 1982 as energy bills soared, while Canadian inflation surged … Read more

Trump Russia adviser Fiona Hill describes Putin’s dinner

A former U.S. National Security Council official described a strange dinner meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin — which smelled “almost as if he came out of a private prep bathroom.” Fiona Hill, who served as an adviser on Russia under then-President Donald Trump, littered the strongman during a recent sit-in. With “Desert Island Discs” … Read more

The latest news of the war between Russia and Ukraine: live updates

BRUSSELS – The global economy is heading for a potentially bleak period as rising costs, shortages of food and other goods, and the continuing Russian invasion of Ukraine threaten to slow economic growth and cause a painful global recession. Two years after the coronavirus pandemic emerged and left much of the world paralyzed, policy makers … Read more