A new era in the (blocked) U.S.-Cuba relations?

The dispute between Cuba and United States has been tightened for more than two centuries, with historical roots in the ever-valid imperialist aim and its roughly overhauled ripe fruit tactics.

  • Published in Cuba

Russia grants gas respite but seeks U.N. vote on Ukraine

DONETSK Ukraine/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia accused Ukrainian authorities on Monday of escalating violence against civilians in the rebel-held east of the country, even as it offered Kiev a brief respite in a dispute over billions of dollars' worth of unpaid gas bills.

  • Published in World

Bilderberg 2014: In the court of good King Henry

In medieval times the most crooked arch-dukes and barons could gather in an imposing castle of their choice and plot the demise of their kindly neighbors, without anyone knowing what they were up to. But have we come a long way in six hundred years?

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