Recent events in the United States demonstrated to the world the serious political disagreements existing between President Barack Obama and the US Congress. It seems that the owner of the White House is rapidly losing credibility.Read more
“In debt to the armpit” is a phrase that accurately describes the current situation of Ukraine that used to be a self-sufficient state back in the day. The Ukrainian politically illiterate ‘rulers’ have brought the country to poverty practically, asking Europe for financial assistance and loans again and again.
Nearly three years after the “Maidan” in Ukraine I would like to analyse how the actions of the Ukrainian authorities affected one of the most promising and potentially wealthy country, and how the reorientation of the economy has led Ukraine to a complete failure of economic and social policies.
#Official Commentary of Vladimir Bidyovka on possible Ukraine’s introduction of visa regime with Russian Federation
The faction “the Petro Poroshenko Bloc” does not support the introduction of the visa regime with Russia. Alexey Goncharenko, one of the participants of Odessa tragedy and a member of the presidential faction, reported about it.
Last TV debates between the candidates for the US Vice-President Michael Pence and Tim Kaine predictably touched upon the relationship with Russia. According to the popularity and emotional tension, the ‘Russian card’ is one of the aces in the election race for the presidency.
#Official Commentary of Evgeny Orlov on absence of choice within context of alliance with United States
The US presidential elections are getting closer and, like it or not, we are watching a straight fight between two completely polar candidates – Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. They provoke each other traditionally, making out of the challenge for the presidency a show that is akin to an American sitcom.
With Petro Poroshenko coming to power, Ukrainian politics has literally acquired Georgian accent. For example, Ukrainian president took an active part in distributing offices among Georgian friends under the slogan “To live in a new way!”
#Official Commentary of Evgeny Orlov on consequences of glorification of fascists’ helpers from OUN-UPA in Ukraine
Each action has a reaction. Having heroised neo-Nazis of OUN-UPA, Ukraine regularly receives slaps in the form of criticism and the history lessons from representatives of the people affected by the actions of Bandera minions.
The first and the most famous act of mass ‘self-ignition’ occurred on May 2, 2014, after the coup in Ukraine. Many Ukrainians were not able to realize great ‘value’ of “Maidan’s” ideas at that moment and began to protest in the central squares of regional cities of Ukraine.
Many politicians and public figures build their programmes and campaign oratory on the fact that they are human rights defenders.