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Democracy in Crisis

October 11, 2017
What 'War and Peace,' umbrellas and anti-fascists tell us about the way we understand the world

NATO Exercises Encircling Russia: U.S. Might be Sleepwalking into a Doomsday Scenario

July 17, 2017
For the first time, the U.S. has deployed advanced Patriot missiles as part of military exercises in the Baltic region, escalating tensions with Russia and helping boost military industry stock prices to record highs

Senate’s Russia Hearings Will Lead Nowhere

April 3, 2017

Michael Hudson explains that the Senate hearings on Russia are an effort by Democrats to torpedo improvements in Russia-US relations and lack any real evidence of Russian meddling

Russia

March 28, 2017
The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Tayler says the opposition does not offer much of a political program beyond calling for removing Putin from power

Russia vs. USA: Who is the Threat, Who is the Aggressor? (2/2)

March 23, 2017

Jeffrey Tayler, Contributing editor to The Atlantic, tells Paul Jay there are steps the Trump administration can take if it is serious about reducing tensions with Russia

Why Further Revelations on Trump’s Russian Connections Might Fail to Bring Him Down

March 23, 2017

Investigative journalist James Henry argues that the revelations on Manafort and further inquiry into Trump’s ties to oligarchs are unlikely to produce a ‘silver bullet’ against the administration – and says there’s no substitute for grassroots organizing in preparation for the 2018 elections

Russian, U.S. Geopolitical Interests in Growing Tension with Netanyahu’s Political Self-Interest

March 14, 2017

Russia and the United States are in a strong position to protect their respective geopolitical interests in spite of Netanyahu’s attempts at political self-preservation, says TRNN’s Shir Hever

Dakota Access Plipeline Protests

March 14, 2017
DeSmogBlog’s Steve Horn says the steel used in the construction of the pipelines will be produced in the US or Canada, but nonetheless will be owned by foreign multinationals

Real News Doesn’t Side with Russian or American Oligarchs

March 5, 2017

Kim Brown and Paul Jay discuss TRNN’s approach to covering Jeff Sessions and the Trump-Russia connection controversy