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Rape is a concomitant of war. Syria is no different.
In this article you can find out more about Bashar al-Assad, Beirut, Damascus, Faisal Mekdad, International Rescue Committee, Rape, Syria, United States and what William Hague is trying to do to raise awareness around the countries difficulties.
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What does Russophobia mean? Where does it come from? What are the West's Russophobic stereotypes? And why is Russophobia dangerous? CrossTalking with George Szamuely, Alexander Nekrassov and Dmitry Babich.
Russophobia — RT CrossTalk George Szamuely, Alexander Nekrassov and Dmitry Babich
Mike Walter discusses the ongoing crisis in the Ukraine where dozens have been killed and hundreds injured. He is joined by Joerg Forbrig of the German Marshall Fund in Berlin, and Former Special Adviser to the Kremlin, Alexander Nekrassov. Follow Joerg Forbrig on Twitter @JoergForbrig Follow The Heat on Twitter @CCTV_TheHeat
Great website, check out the interview with Alexander Nekrassov on #CCTV #TheHeat
Among the broad-ranging topics broached this week by James Delingpole of Breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov of stirringtroubleinternationally.com are the ongoing situation in Ukraine, Maria Miller'
Do you like listening to the radio? Have a listen to this weeks show. Its a podcast about this weeks Tabloid news.
Osborne's budget has nothing to do with growth.
Chancellor George Osborne’s latest exercise in delivering a budget.
Big, big sigh of relief among Russia's super-rich, as the West announces "smart sanctions" On Sunday, 96.7% of voters in Crimea's referendum chose to leave Ukraine and join Russia.
Alexander Nekrassov former government Kremlin adviser has wrote this article as a Special to CNN.
Moscow and Washington have too much at stake to jeopardize ties, writes a former Kremlin advisor.
Moscow and Washington have too much at stake to jeopardise ties, writes a former Kremlin advisor. Fresh insight on emerging global economies, news about oil, fracking and other news.
The situation in Ukraine, Bill Clinton’s visit to Northern Ireland, reports that Tony Blair is to donate to the Labour Party, the televised debate between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage as well as the cl
The situation in Ukraine, Bill Clinton’s visit to Northern Ireland, reports that Tony Blair is to donate to the Labour Party, the televised debate between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage as well as the closure of BBC3 are among topics discussed in this week's Telling It Like it Is. Joining Brendan Cole for this episode are the writer and journalist Tim Ecott and the former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov.
Moscow is sending a strong signal that it is not going to tolerate an unstable Ukraine on its border.
"Since then the Federation Council, the upper chamber of the Russian Parliament, has approved Putin's request to use military force on the territory of Ukraine in Crimea, in case the need arises, and even called on the Kremlin to recall the Russian ambassador to Washington." Al Jazeera, Alexander Nekrassov 4th March 2014.
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People overdoing it with cosmetics. What's wrong with them?
The industry products hair products to change the grey curtains dunelm. Alcohol the generation sexually transmitted diseases symptoms which effect the fertility test and childbirth without fear from these things.
Larry the Cat tells about Cobra meetings.
reports about this Cobra emergency and the committee in 10 Downing Street. Find out more about what Steve Hilton said to PM David Cameron about Number 10, media BBC and what an earth the world can do about the influx of water.
The drug lobby used Philip Seymor Hoffman's death to plug its nasty agendas.
This entry is in memory of Philip Seymor Hoffman. Dan Majestic is in New York: The moment news emerged that actor Philip Seymour Hoffman died of heroin. Academy Award, Beatles, Boogie Nights, Charlie Wilson, Charlie Wilson's War, John Lennon, New York, Philip Seymor Hoffman, Philip Seymour Hoffman
From Prime Minister David Cameron's plea for Scotland to stay in the United Kingdom to the rival merits of Action Man and G.I Joe, former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov and broadcaster James Deli
Sochi, Tube strike, Scotland, Wendy Deng saying Tony Blair has a beautiful body, Floods in Somerset, Vatican criticised by UN over sexual abuse cover-up, Actor William Roache cleared of rape charges, Action Man v US G.I Joe environmental campaigner and stuff."
Looking at some highly paid jobs that aren't really proper jobs.
The Performing Arts and Stand-up comedy under the microscope again. Harry Potter is in London as acting becomes more popular on television programs about the arts.
James Delingpole of Breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov of stirringtroubleinternationally.com bring their bite and banter to some of this week's headline-hitting news, including the ongoing crisis i
Another radio broadcast of the show Telling It Like It Is with James Dellingpole, Tim Ecott and Alexander Nekrassov. #ukraine #PrinceGeorge #Banksy
Among the broad-ranging topics broached this week by James Delingpole of Breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov of stirringtroubleinternationally.com are the ongoing situation in Ukraine, Maria Miller's resignation, the Pistorius trial, and little Prince George's headline-grabbing visit Down Under. VoR's Dmitry Linnik moderates.
Stephen Sackur speaks to two guests about the developing situation in Ukraine. Alexander Nekrassov in London and Andriy Shevenko on webcam from Ukraine.
Something is very strange about that spying scandal.
by US National Security Agency’s contractor Ed Snowden, who is currently residing in Moscow, with the US Big Brother furious at him for revealing its darkest secrets to the world?
The situation in Crimea, the strange disappearance of a Boeing 777, Prince Charles' ‘black spider letters,’ the Oscar Pistorius trial and Ed Miliband’s speech on Europe are among topics discussed on
Europe are among topics discussed on this week’s Telling It Like It Is. Joining Brendan Cole for this episode are broadcaster James Delingpole and former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov.
Have Western diplomats lost their sense of humour and missed the big picture?
Another well written article by former Kremlin advisor Alexander Nekrassov. This post includes helpful information about people of influence and places of interest. News and comments about Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Viktor Yanukovych, Country Ukraine and Russia, United States, City, Kiev, Moscow, Washington, Brussels Organisation, Crimean government, Crimean parliament, Russian army and the Ukrainian army.
Here's a great job prospect: why not become a loan shark?
Stirring Trouble Internationally, loan sharks in Great Britain that finance and sponsor political an article by Ben Delicious about campaigns: http://stirringtroubleinternationally.com/?p=12963
The continuing crisis in Ukraine, the visit to the UK by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, anti-smoking legislation and the accusations faced by the deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman are among the to
President Obama meet the Dalai Lama. And get the Chinese fuming.
Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama have both recently been awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for their words so this meeting of minds when it happens will be very interesting especially on the topic of human rights in China with the understanding that drones in the world are chose to resolve issues.
New Labour still rules.
Read all about Tony Blair, David Cameron and the Conservative Liberal Democrat Labour Tory New Labour party in 10 Downing Street. 10 Downing Street, Conservative, David
The campaign for Scottish independence gets a boost.
Adam Lovejoy reports from London David Cameron vote for Scotland welcomed by the Scottish Nationalist Party, the Yes vote . More about Tony Blair, the former British Prime Minster and Scottish nationalists.
Looking at what the future holds for Amanda Knox.
Amanda Knox case from Italy is in the Seattle news this week taking a look at the United States and how murder of Beatles travel.