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Russia Sanctions: Congress Obstructs Trump’s ‘One Good Policy’

August 2, 2017

Blaming Russia for the 2016 election outcome is an “extraordinarily dangerous game that’s leading us into a very dangerous new Cold War with a nuclear power,” says Richard Sakwa, professor of Russian and European Politics at the University of Kent

Russians See Sanctions Regime as a Blessing in Disguise

August 1, 2017

Despite existing sanctions against Russia, German exports to Russia have gone up by twenty percent, and investments are increasing in the domestic economy, says Richard Sakwa, professor of Russian and European Politics at the University of Kent

Ukrainians Breathe Sigh of Relief As Diplomatic Efforts Continue Between West & Russia

March 6, 2014

Professor Nicolai Petro lays out how the Crimea crisis could be resolved, as tension remains between pro-EU groups and Russian supported factions

Venezuela Coverage and Analysis

February 23, 2014
Find all of our Venezuela stories here, from the current crisis to the early days of The Real News Network

US & Iran Relations

November 25, 2013
Robert Parry: Obama’s historic move to sign a nuclear deal with Iran sends a stern message to the new Saudi-Israeli alliance, which sought to thwart the deal and maneuver the U.S. into another military confrontation

Reality Asserts Itself - Max Blumenthal

October 30, 2013
In this episode of Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay, Max Blumenthal, author of Goliath – Life and Loathing in Greater Israel, looks at PM Netanyahu’s strategy of ethnic cleansing and negotiations without end

Petraeus Scandal Reveals Surveillance State and Hypocrisy Over Benghazi

November 16, 2012
Larry Wilkerson: The traditional concept of privacy is disappearing; Lindsey Graham and John McCain, how dare you?