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News Bites: The Cold War never really went away

News Bites: The Cold War never really went away | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
The Cold War never really went away, you know. If it did, there wouldn’t be the circus we saw in Wales. Former Kremlin troubleshooter Alexander Nekrassov says that the very existence of NATO proves be
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Former Kremlin advisor Alexander Nekrassov - News Bites:

The Cold War never really went away.

 

This entry mentions NATO and explains the politics on the subject of Russia and takes another look at the economy.

 

Alexander knows a lot about the West having spent time advising the Kremlin a decade or more ago.

 

Read the News and get the latest updates about the Sanctions and the cold war over on the Voice of Russia.

 

News Bites and interesting talking points to help you keep up to date with this weeks news.

 

http://voiceofrussia.com/uk/news/2014_09_08/News-Bites-The-Cold-War-never-really-went-away-5604/

 

https://twitter.com/kohlerfyre/status/509083779714273280

 

Find out more about NATO, Politics, Russia, Economy, West, Kremlin, News, Sanctions and the Cold War. A selection of News Bites and talking points making the news this week. #Russia #Politics

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MH17 plane crash and the Ukraine crisis

MH17 plane crash and the Ukraine crisis | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it

Ukraine MH17 plane crash news from CCTV America. Latest video interviews from people on the ground, journalists in Ukraine and representatives and speakers of countries around the world give reports of what they have noticed these past few days.

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CCTV America Live shares the latest interviews with journalists about the ongoing investigation into the MH17 Malaysian Boeing 777 flight over Ukraine. The investigations are still ongoing. Most of the information here is still unclear. See for yourself what the interviews reveal over on CCTV America News.

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Rough sleeping Homelessness in the UK

Rough sleeping Homelessness in the UK | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it

762 people aged under 26 sleeping on the streets between 2013-2014, compared with 316 in 2010-2011. Almost half of all London's homeless are from the UK, while almost a third come from Central and Eastern European countries. VoR’s Brendan Cole spoke to Paul Noblet, Head of Public Affairs at Centrepoint.

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The thing about homelessness is that it is growing. The key thing to do is try and stop it. The problem is people are leaving their homes where they are settled. The transition can be a bit of a gamble. Sometimes things do not always work out as planned. This is what people say who are living on the streets. Research is trying to tackle the problems. Listen in a find out how you can help.

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Six million turn to A&E if they can't see a GP, says new study

Six million turn to A&E if they can't see a GP, says new study | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
says new study, uk, hospitals, a&e, doctors, gps, general practice, patients,GPs, Medical, A&E, British doctors, News
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Six million turn to A&E if they can't see a GP, says new study #VoRUK

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Click here to find out more about the US intervention and how both the British embassy and US embassy see the news.

Click here to find out more about the US intervention and how both the British embassy and US embassy see the news. | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
The UK is set to re-open its diplomatic mission in Iran, according to its Foreign Secretary, William Hague. Meanwhile, the US has announced it will send more than 250 soldiers to Iraq protect US asset
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Today's post over on the Voice of Russia is about the UK representatives examining Iran. Iran’s nuclear programme and the War in Iraq back in 2003. Find out more about the US intervention and how both the British embassy and US embassy see the news.

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Telling It Like It Is: From political earthquakes to classic US literature

Telling It Like It Is: From political earthquakes to classic US literature | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
VoR's Brendan Cole is joined by James Delingpole of breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov of stirringtroubleinternationally.com for half an hour of incisive mulling over the week's headlines.
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Implosion of the LibDems,Ukrainian elections,US troops to remain in Afghanistan, Gove 'banning' classic US literature in UK schools and One Direction allegedly smoking something, saying the 'N-word'.

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Politicians Reading Their Tributes To Mandela From The Script

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Politicians reading tributes from the script. Looks very bad.
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The late former South African President Nelson Mandela.  He was South African born on July 18th 1918 anti-apartheid and politician who was President of South Africa between 1994 and 1999. Yep, that’s what US President Barack Obama has read for the notes in front of him. The design is reminiscent of the tribute Apple made for Steve Jobs. 

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Using The F-Word Properly. And Keeping Its Sparkle Intact

Using The F-Word Properly. And Keeping Its Sparkle Intact | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Swearing is an art. So don't you forget it.
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The swear words and other forms of verbal abuse are losing there sparkle.Who needs this sort of attitude. Skills generating good quality verbal abuse like piece of shit, shagging the kid of analyse you’d find on a  David Attenborough show looking at the human species.  David Attenborough, entertainment, Health, Hollywood, media, New York, news, Profanity, Verbal abuse, Youth

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Not Much Interest In Post Typhoon Relief Effort In The Philippines

Not Much Interest In Post Typhoon Relief Effort In The Philippines | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
How come no one's interested anymore in what is going on in the Philippines?
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Anton Goryunov reports from Manila: It always happens like that.  News coverage, appeals formoney are issued and then it all falls quiet. Which brings me to the typhoon that had struck the Philippines only a few weeks ago but has already been forgotten by now. Big things happen in the follow-up periods of Mother Nature showing who’s the boss. Haiti anyone?

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"America is undermining the world economy"

"America is undermining the world economy" | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
In this week's edition of Telling It Like It Is, VoR's Brendan Cole talks through the week's news with former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov and broadcaster James Whale. They give their view on
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The Voice Of Russia hosts the podcast with James Whale, Alexander Nekrassov and host Brendan Cole. In this weeks news they discuss the world economy particularly in the US and China. Announcements about next weeks news from the police force and satirical news about bicycles and cyclists around the city. Get some interesting tips about investing from Russia and the latest views on prisoners in the UK as a punishment having to vote.

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Conspiracy: The Gathering In Davos Is About Plotting And Scheming

Conspiracy: The Gathering In Davos Is About Plotting And Scheming | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Conspiracy buffs got it spot n about the World Economic Forum in Davos: a gathering of spivs who plot against the rest of us.
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Why Care Whether Lance Armstrong Took Drugs Or Not? | Stirring Trouble Internationally

Why Care Whether Lance Armstrong Took Drugs Or Not? | Stirring Trouble Internationally | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it

Why should anyone care that Lance was on dope? Most others are on it as well.

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This post is a reaction to cycling news and entertainment broadcasted recently about Lance Armstrong in the recent media news. Oprah Winfrey asked Lance some interesting questions about Performance-enhancing drugs that brought up some taboo subjects related to sport that are not discussed enough. The United States is addressing these problem's thanks to the Winfrey show.

 

Entertainment News can be quite good for this sort of thing and the Oprah Winfrey show is no different. The use of performance-enhancing drugs is a reality for many people who are engaging in sport in the United States and around the world and I am sure this is why on the Winfrey show Lance Armstrong chose to make these announcements to the national Media.

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Retail Chains Go Belly Up In Britain. But The Internet Isn't The Reason | Stirring Trouble Internationally

Retail Chains Go Belly Up In Britain. But The Internet Isn't The Reason | Stirring Trouble Internationally | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Retail chains going down. The Internet is the least of their problems.
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From digital camera's to sexy lingerie is it any wonder shops like Ann Summers are staying afloat during this rough recession and shops like Blockbuster and Jessops are taking the knock. Sales of  Compact Discs, DVDs have plummeted in the high street shops and George Osborne has been saying some interesting things about the HMV Group, what is happening on the Internet, why are Jessops broke and why McDonalds are still making coin. This is today's News of the day. The topic today is about retail and ecommerce.

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Telling It Like It Is - TuneIn - VoRUK - This Weeks News

Telling It Like It Is - TuneIn - VoRUK - This Weeks News | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
The execution of the journalist James Foley, the media frenzy surrounding Sir Cliff Richard and the press conference given by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange are among the subjects tackled by the Ind
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Telling It Like It Is - TuneIn - VoRUK - This Weeks News in the United Kingdom via The Voice of Russia. Just listened to the show its really good have a listen see what you think. Telling It Like It Is, VoRUK, Alexander Nekrassov, Julian Assange, Wikileaks, Maggie Pagano, James Foley, Sir Cliff Richard, TuneIn, News

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News today that the British foreign office top job goes to Philip Hammond #Politics

News today that the British foreign office top job goes to Philip Hammond #Politics | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
David Cameron’s reshuffle of his cabinet is seen as a strategic move to appeal to a broader cross-section of the electorate ahead of the 2015 General Election. One of the top three jobs – that of Fore
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Hammond who has shown he can communicate well with Europe. Have a listen to understand more on his position, why he was chosen and more importantly what needs to be done. 

William Hague stepped down this week which made headline news. David Cameron and Philip Hammond will be working together to make a brighter future for Britain and build better stronger relationships with Russia and Europe.

#PhilipHammond #DavidCameron #ForeignOffice #News 

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Spain's disenchanted youngsters flock to UK to work

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Spaniards are increasingly coming to the UK to flee the economic woes of their home country. With an unemployment level in Spain of 25 percent and up to 50 percent of people under 24 out of work, they
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Students around the world are looking for work and the UK is a popular choice. An economist in Spain predicts this could have challenging global effects. Have you immigrated to a country and not feel comfortable. Perhaps you are struggling fitting in or having healthy relationships. Find out how travelling to other countries can effect your future.

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Telling It Like It Is: US foreign policy Butter or Margarine?

Telling It Like It Is: US foreign policy Butter or Margarine? | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
The situation in Iraq, the visit of the Chinese premier to the UK and what are we to make of mixed messages on saturated fats? Brendan Cole discusses these topics and more with James Delingpole of breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov, the former Kremlin adviser.
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"it is important Britain has its own policy. It is a good positive sign for Britain." Telling It Like It Is: US foreign policy. Butter or Margarine?

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Children as young as 12 live in fear of forced marriage in Britain

Children as young as 12 live in fear of forced marriage in Britain | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it

New legislation comes into force today which makes forced marriages punishable by a prison term - with seven years the maximum sentence. Charities are warning that they fear the practice is on the

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Telling It Like It Is: From World Cup to welfare cuts

Telling It Like It Is: From World Cup to welfare cuts | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Drug gangs in London using younger and younger children, the Mark Duggan ruling, welfare cuts and Dennis Rodman 'doing a Marilyn Monroe' birthday song for the North Korean leader are just some of the
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Protesters in gowns and wigs, the Mark Duggan ruling, welfare cuts and Dennis Rodman  doing a Marilyn Monroe  birthday song for the North Korean leader are just some of the topics up for the bite and banter brought to the week s headlines by broadcaster James Delingpole and former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov.

 

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Ukraine: "It’s a case of rats actually clamouring aboard a sinking ship"

Ukraine: "It’s a case of rats actually clamouring aboard a sinking ship" | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
In this week’s Telling it Like It Is, the former Kremlin adviser and editor of stirringtroubleinternationally.com Alexander Nekrassov, is joined by the journalist and broadcaster James Delingpole.
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VoRUK Radio show Telling Like It Is show 14 first broadcasted on 6th December 2013. The European Union meddling in the affairs of Ukraine. Estonia, it is a classical liberal country, I can’t believe Estonia. There will be a flood of Chinese businessmen coming to Britain. Deal with the Hinkley Point nuclear plant. Alexander Nekrassov, David Cameron, Eurozone, Life in the UK, News | Tagged: China, Estonia, Great Hall of the People, Hinkley Point,Hinkley Point Deals European Union, James Delingpole, Russia, Telling It Like It Is, The Voice Of Russia, Ukraine, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, Viktor Yanukovych, VoR, VoRUK 

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The World Of Spying: US Big Brother Spying On Others | Stirring Trouble Internationally - Humorous Comments and Analysis Of News And Current Affairs

The World Of Spying: US Big Brother Spying On Others | Stirring Trouble Internationally - Humorous Comments and Analysis Of News And Current Affairs | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
America caught spying again. Everyone is getting used to it by now.
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 Canada, Communication Security Establishment Canada, entertainment, Espionage,media, National Security Agency, news, Ottawa, Stephen Harper, United States, Washington

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Moron Land Doing The PR For US Big Brother Nicely

Moron Land Doing The PR For US Big Brother Nicely | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
America's spooks have the best PR people in the business - morons.
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Entertainment, Media, News, Arab Spring, Mossad, National Security Agency, Public relations and US Big Brother. The yanks are doing a bit of PR themselves, feeding wide-eyed hacks stories about the Russians and the Chinese and God knows who else doing a bit of their own spying against the freedom loving America and its Western allies.

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The week's news: Syria, veils and party conferences

The week's news: Syria, veils and party conferences | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
In this week's Telling It Like It Is, the former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov and broadcaster James Whale discuss the week's news with VoR's Brendan Cole. This week the discussion covers The S
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This week Alexander Nekrassov, James Whale and Brendan Cole talk about the weeks news on The Voice Of Russia, Telling It Like It Is.

 

Debating Russia In Conversation of this weeks headlines.

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John Galliano - Another Victim Of The 'Celebrity Disease'

John Galliano - Another Victim Of The 'Celebrity Disease' | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Drink and drug addiction is now a 'disease', apparently AIDS, Amy Winehouse, Antisemitism, entertainment, Galliano, John Galliano, Media, New York Fashion Week, News, Paris, Russell Brand If you're a celebrity.
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Did UK Intelligence Fail To Anticipate The Algeria Hit? | Stirring Trouble Internationally

Did UK Intelligence Fail To Anticipate The Algeria Hit? | Stirring Trouble Internationally | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Hague And Hammond should have been in London. Did no one tell them about Algerian terrorists?
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In today's post you can find out why British Embassies are on red alert since the things that have happened in Algeria.

 

Find out interesting hurdles Alistair Burt is leaping through to make sure everyone knows what is going on around the world.

 

Get the inside scoop from the Cabinet Office. curious about what David Cameron has to say about the troubles there again this is something worth reading up on.

 

This is also for entertainment and is very interesting reading especially the bit about Hague, Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, Mali, Philip Hammond and the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

 

Find out what William Hague tasks will be over the next few weeks by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.

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