Vladimir Danilov

Vaccines and the Ugly Path of Healthcare Politicization


It’s rather unfortunate that the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic has turned the search for an effective vaccine against COVID-19 into one of the most expensive and politicized scientific endeavors of this century. However, Big Pharma is not the only one take to the blame here, as administrative entrepreneurs and heads of regulatory agencies…

American Occupation Forces are Now Facing Partisan Warfare in the Middle East


The United States is known for demonstrating complete disregard to the interests of the population of those countries that it has plunged into chaos by its destructive actions in recent decades. Among such countries one can name Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, but the problem is not that Washington is just facing a steady increase…

Will Chad be Able to Stop Libyan Chaos?


After acting head of state Idriss Déby, who had ruled the country since December 1990, won the presidential elections in Chad on April 11, the Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT) militias that had taken refuge in unstable Libya supported the opposition forces and invaded Chad. The rebels said their goal was to take the capital of Chad and replace Idriss Déby…

A Way Out of the Afghan Stalemate?


For decades, Afghanistan has been one of the hottest spots on the planet. Twenty years of presence of American and NATO troops on its territory has unfortunately never solved the main problem of the peace settlement. Recall that under the Doha agreement, signed in 2020 by the Donald Trump administration and the radical Taliban (banned in Russia), all foreign troops must…

Britain is Back to Murdering Foreign Politicians Yet Again


Just recently, a non-factional Ukrainian MP Andrii Derkach filed an appeal to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Irina Venediktova claiming there’s an assassination attempt being prepared on him and on the ex-prosecutor of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine Konstantin Kulik. According to Derkach, this attempt is being staged by a group of nine people…

US Occupation Force Commits New Crimes in Syria


Ten years into the conflict, Syria is still struggling as the United States and its closest allies refuse to put an end to their illegal armed intervention. Under the pretext of fighting DAESH terrorists, as well as the Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front (all three organizations are banned in the Russian Federation) they’ve been carrying out attacks against Syrian forces…

Who was Behind the Attempted Coup D’etat in Jordan?


On April 3, a number of members of King Abdullah II inner circle and high-ranking officers of the Jordanian army and tribal leaders were detained in the Jordanian capital, Amman, “for security reasons.” Among the detainees is former Crown Prince Hamzah bin Hussein, the eldest son of the late King Hussein by his American-born fourth wife, Queen Noor…

Western Media’s Take on Biden’s First Press Conference


As expected, the White House’s attempt to rehabilitate the public image of the new US president after Biden’s shameful dodging of the live debate that Vladimir Putin offered his American counterpart to hold, according to international media sources, resulted in a complete fiasco. Instead of a full-fledged press conference of the newly elected American president…

President of Tunisia Rushes to Support Libya


Tunisian President Kais Saied visited Libya on March 17 after the constitutional oath of office of the transitional Government of National Unity, becoming the first foreign politician to meet personally with the new Libyan Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibeh after the vote of confidence in the interim cabinet. The main point of the visit was the talks of Kais Saied with…

The Syrian Conflict is Already a Decade Old


March 15 marks the 10th anniversary of the war in Syria, where the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) estimates that of the country’s 18 million inhabitants, 36 percent have lost their homes, 6.6 million have become internal refugees, and 13.4 million are in need of humanitarian assistance. Over 5.6 million people have fled the Syrian Arab Republic…

Vaccine Policy Failures Exposing the Dark Side of Western Society


As evidenced by numerous articles in the world’s media, the vaccination policy pursued by Western countries reveals some of the lowest aspects of Western society. These include, in particular, a lack of compassion for others, the use of the vaccine race for purely political purposes, and chasing to benefit the owners of drug companies and protect…

The International Community becomes Involved in a Peaceful Settlement in Afghanistan


Against the backdrop of the obvious failure of US policy for a peaceful settlement of the situation in Afghanistan, other countries across the international community have decided to take the lead in helping secure peace in this long-suffering country. The hopeless stalemate of almost twenty years of Washington’s policy in Afghanistan, and the lack…

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