Russia

by Vladimir Rozanskij | UKRAINE-RUSSIA

For the Orthodox Patriarch Emeritus, Ukraine will defeat Russia. Attack on Moscow Patriarch Kirill, guilty of supporting Putin's intended invasion. To Pope Francis: we have nothing to fear from NATO. In future there will be only one national Orthodox Church in Ukraine.

 

 

by Vladimir Rozanskij

The invasion of Ukraine ordered by the Russian president is running out of steam. The Kremlin has little to celebrate today, the day of the victory over Nazi Germany. Kiev on the counterattack. Moscow's general mobilization is impossible. Time is in favor of the Ukrainians.

 

| 09/05/2022
| RUSSIA - UKRAINE
by Stefano Caprio

Rushism is the new ideal of conquest in the post-global world. Instead of cultural levelling, everyone is trying to win against everyone. After almost a century of laying in the background, weapons are heard again, like at the end of La Belle Époque, a time when the invention of electric lighting, radio and cars seemed to have definitively let humanity out of the caves.

| 07/05/2022
| RUSSIAN WORLD

The hacktivist collective warns China against invading Taiwan, urging Beijing to avoid Russia’s mistake in attacking Ukraine. After picking Russian targets, the hacker group is ready to go after Xi Jinping and associates. Noting the sinking of the Russian cruiser Moskva, Anonymous warns that China’s aircraft carrier Liaoning could suffer the same fate.

| 07/05/2022
| CHINA – TAIWAN
by Vladimir Rozanskij

Industrialists call for the re-legalization of "patriot companies", corporate boxes that allow unrestricted access to market dynamics. The State should take over the debts of companies in difficulty. Russian banks ready to insure companies for 2 trillion rubles.

| 06/05/2022
| RUSSIA

Today's headlines: sandstorms in Iraq provoke a health emergency, one victim and 5,000 hospitalizations; the Apostolic Vicar  of Phnom Penh receives the title of "friend of Buddhism"; Russia bombs Kiselevka destroying the historic Church of the Immaculate Conception; 53 official victims  in the collapse of a squat in central China; in Israel the hunt for "terrorists" who killed three people yesterday, during Independence Day celebrations.

| 06/05/2022
| ASIA TODAY

Today's headlines: The ban on fertilizers and the Ukrainian war torpedo Sri Lanka tea exports; in Dandong hundreds of North Korean workers in China undergo mass testing for Covid-19; Manila, the Christian sect Iglesia ni Cristo supports the Marcos-Duterte candidacy; over the skies of Moscow in flight "Putin's plane" ahead of the May 9 parade; in Kazakhstan a law on cyber-bullying threatens to limit freedom of expression. 

| 05/05/2022
| ASIA TODAY
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