Valery Kulikov

Great Britain is Violating Human Rights


The deeply critical attitude of current United Kingdom politicians in relation to other countries’ violations of fundamental human rights is widely known. However, while criticizing other countries, the United Kingdom, with its characteristic stance of…

Revolution is On Doorstep in the US


President Obama just like any other US politician is particularly keen on criticizing human rights situations in other countries, while glorifying the ideals of “American-style democracy.” Moreover, these topics are not simply the prime topic of his speeches…

Who is to Be Blamed for the War in Iraq?


The political elites of the United Kingdom are repelled by the very thought that the results of an investigation on their criminal policies in the Middle East may one day go public. Therefore, they are throwing a monkey-wrench into the activities of an independent…

Hollande Shot Himself in the Foot by Canceling the Mistral Deal


The events surrounding the contract between France and Russia on the construction of two Mistral ships for more than a year have been the focus of different countries. Particular interest to this deal was paid by Washington, where policymakers were…

Racism in Britain


As a result of the “color revolutions” initiated in a number of African and Arab countries by the United States, as well as the military intervention in Libya, Iraq and Syria, in the last decade there has been a significant increase in the flow of illegal migration to Europe…

Social Equality, the British style


Salary ratio of the Members of the Parliament (MP) around the world compared with the average in the country is certainly very revealing in determining a true link between the “people’s representatives” and the country’s population which they represent at the highest…

Cameron is Engineering a “Color Revolution” in Great Britain


British national health care model, represented by the state public health services, known since 1948 as the National Health Service (NHS), has been the pride of this country for many decades. All strata of the British society had access to…

Will the “Shale Revolution” Be Brought to an End?


Recently, a national daily newspaper USA Today published a propaganda article «The newest US export may leave Russia with excess gas», in which the author tries to convince his readers, especially his European ones, that “there’s enough gas getting…

The Struggle for a Multipolar World is Getting Intense


On July 8-10 the capital of Bashkiria Ufa will be housing two summits at the same time – BRICS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation. Since the SCO summit will be held back to back with the BRICS summit, it will only increase the individual importance of…

Bahrain and its Uncertain Future


Recently Bahrainis filled streets across the country to protest the sentencing of the Al-Vafak opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman. It’s reported that civil unrest broke out in some neighboring countries. It should be noted that since the events of the Arab Spring, all across…

India Fighting Against Foreign NGOs


The development of public diplomacy in world politics, the activities of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are actively being discussed in public and political circles of various countries. According to some estimates, there are over 60 thousand…

Libya, Illegal Migration and War Crimes

According to information released by the UN, about 60,000 Africans have tried to cross the Mediterranean Sea in as little…

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