Arkady Rotenberg and other pals of Putin may get reimbursed for any Western sanctions, while less favored oligarchs in the Russian billionaire club are taking a fall.
As Switzerland’s central bank engages in controversial monetary-policy gimmicks to keep the Swiss franc from rising, voters will have an opportunity to start reining in the scheming next month.
Just how far will Barack Obama go to keep his far-left agenda in place?
Vice President Joe Biden admitted that Obama's coalition partners in the supposed battle against ISIS/ISIL played a key role in building the threat from the start.
NATO was sold as a defensive pact, a necessity to dissuade Russian aggression after WWII, but it became an offensive entity that almost ensures a future U.S. war.
If Brazil’s latest presidential election offers any indication, the quiet but ongoing socialist conquest of Latin America is likely to continue gathering steam.
Three years after a nuclear power plant accident, the Japanese suffer a thyroid cancer scare manufactured by major media.
If you question the government narrative about terror attacks like the one that occurred on September 11, or believe in religious prophecies about the end times, or dispute the legitimacy of your rulers, or hold any sort of views that politicians consider “extremist,” watch out.
Glamour, beauty, fame, wealth, privilege, power. Gulnara Karimova had it all. As daughter to Uzbekistan’s dictator Islam Karimov, she seemed untouchable, even though her far-flung business dealings that funded her lavish lifestyle had long been tainted with rumors of rampant corruption.
“TALKING TISA — The eighth round of Trade in Services Agreement negotiations kicked off Sunday in Geneva, with negotiators planning to delve into market access offers and rules on financial services, telecommunications, domestic regulation and transparency, the EU has announced.”