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The Superpowers Are Violent Powers

If asked to identify the world's superpowers today, most people would name the United States, Russia and China. Although many citizens of these countries maintain that this status is based on the superiority of their national way ofShow More Summary

The Future?

From Christianity Today: Yesterday, Russia’s new anti-terrorism laws, which restrict Christians from evangelizing outside of their churches, went into effect. The “Yarovaya package” requires missionaries to have permits, makes house churches illegal, and limits religious activity to registered church buildings, among other restrictions. Show More Summary

The Five Best Moments of the Republican Convention: Thursday Edition

It's over. Finally. Here are today's five best moments: Trump says blandly that he might not come to the aid of our NATO partners in the Baltics if Russia invades them. Mitch McConnell chalks this up to a "rookie mistake." Newt Gringrich won't even go that far: "Estonia is in the suburbs of St. Show More Summary

Culture Of Corruption Forces Russia From Olympics. Will World Cup Be Next?

Russian track and field athletes will not attend the 2016 Olympic Games, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) confirmed earlier today. The question is whether Russian can retain a shackle hold over holding the 2018 World Cup.

Trump Says He Wouldn’t Automatically Rush to Aid NATO Allies Threatened by Russia

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

Donald Trump gave a new interview to The New York Times today in which he said a couple of pretty unbelievable things about his outlook on the rest of the world.

MH-17: Russia Convicted By Propaganda, Not Evidence

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Today is the second anniversary of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, and we still do not know the explanation. Washington and its European vassal politicians and media instantly politicized the event: The Russians did it. Show More Summary

This is why you don't Lambo in the Rain: Video

6 days agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Normally, the dash-cam videos we see from Russia involve a healthy dose of road rage or an attempt at insurance fraud, which is apparently a big thing there. Today, however, we’re looking at a video from early June that involves a Lamborghini acting like, well, a Mustang. Show More Summary

Why Russia's Enemies Should Fear the Su-35 Fighter

Sebastien Roblin Security, Eurasia Evolutionary, not revolutionary. The Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker-E is the top Russian air-superiority fighter in service today, and represents the pinnacle of fourth-generation jet fighter design. It willShow More Summary

Samsung Gear IconX, Cord-Free Earbuds Hit the Shelves Today

Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of the truly cord-free earbuds, the Gear IconX, in select markets including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, Canada, Australia and Korea. The Gear IconX will then gradually be...Show More Summary

United States Recognizes One-Year Anniversary of the Iran Nuclear Deal

One year ago today, representatives of the United States, Iran, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, Russia, and the European Union reached an historic international agreement. That agreement was the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly called the Iran Nuclear Deal.

Kerry's Mission to Moscow: Any Prospects for Peace in Syria?

On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker discusses Secretary of State John Kerry's two-day trip to Russia with the host of RT’s Crosstalk Peter Lavelle and Mark Sleboda, an international affairs and security analyst.

Three People Dead After Gunman Opens Fire Outside A Michigan Courthouse [Breaking]

Three people were reported dead following a shootout at a courthouse in Michigan, Russia Today reports, citing WBND News. Initial reports say that the shooting took place at the Berrien County Courthouse in St. Joseph, Michigan. The shooter is also among the dead. Show More Summary

Kovalev vs Chilemba: Live streaming updates and round by round coverage

Sergey Kovalev faces Isaac Chilemba today in Russia. Today in Russia, Sergey Kovalev will defend the WBA, IBF, and WBO light heavyweight titles against Isaac Chilemba, as Kovalev looks to pass his final tune-up test before a November date with Andre Ward. HBO will air the fight in the United States, but on tape delay tonight at 10:15 p.m. Show More Summary

Kovalev vs Chilemba: Fighters make weight in Russia

Sergey Kovalev and Isaac Chilemba are set for tomorrow's fight in Russia. Sergey Kovalev and Isaac Chilemba both made weight today in Russia, finalizing Monday's fight for Kovalev's WBA, IBF, and WBO light heavyweight titles. Kovalev...Show More Summary

The Warsaw declaration on Transatlantic Security

Today, our nations face an unprecedented range of security challenges, including the terrorism that has struck hard in many of our countries; Russia's actions, especially in Ukraine, that undermine the rules-based order in Europe; and the instability in the Middle East and North Africa. Show More Summary

US Sends Another 1,000 Troops To Poland As Part Of NATO Effort To Counter Russia

President Obama is in Warsaw, Poland today where NATO members are holding a summit to show the alliance will stand firm against new threats, including a “resurgent Russia.” The Warsaw meeting is being held in a district of the capital,...Show More Summary

NATO Summit: A Launchpad for Further Confrontation With Russia?

On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker discusses the landmark NATO Summit taking place in Poland with international affairs analyst Mark Sleboda and former CIA analyst Ray McGovern.

NATO vs. Russia: How to Counter the Hybrid Warfare Challenge

Dan Goure Russia, Europe Whatever challenges the United States, Europe and the Free World face today, they pale in comparison to the difficulties confronting Vladimir Putin. As NATO prepares for its summit in Warsaw, the leaders of the...Show More Summary

FIFA reveal ticket prices for 2018 World Cup; Cheapest available are £80

Fifa FIFA urge fans to dig deep into their pockets FIFA has today revealed the ticket prices for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, with the cost of the cheapest tickets for foreign fans up more than 16 percent since the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The cheapest tickets for foreign fans are $105 (£80) […]

Milo Yiannopoulos: 50% of Gays Will Vote for Donald Trump After Orlando Islamist Massacre (VIDEO)

This weekend Milo Yiannopoulos joined the Russia Today Network to talk about Donald Trump, globalists, guns and the threat of... The post Milo Yiannopoulos: 50% of Gays Will Vote for Donald Trump After Orlando Islamist Massacre (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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