All posts tagged: kremlin

In Russian-Ukraine War: Africa Should Stand with None

The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine seems to divide Africa as which party should Africa support and why? Many of the African leaders have decided to remain neutral while few have openly showed their side. Despite countries stances, the African Union (AU) condemned Moscow’s invasion and called for an “immediate ceasefire.” President Macky Sall […]

Views on the News 13/4/2022

Headlines: ·French Elections to go to Second Round ·Russia Appoints New Commander in Ukraine ·Imran Khan Innings come to an Inglorious End French Elections to go to Second Round In the first round of the French presidential elections incumbent candidate Macron received 27.8% of the vote followed by right-wing candidate Marine Le Pen with 23.1%. […]

International News Review 12/02/2022

Details: America Continues to Escalate Tensions over Ukraine Negotiations over Renewed Iranian Nuclear Deal Near Completion America Continues to Escalate Tensions over Ukraine Ignoring recent calls for calm from the Ukrainian President, America continues to raise alarm over the possibility of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. US President Joe Biden said on Thursday, while calling […]

Views on the News 12/01/2022

Headlines: Hollow Nuclear Pledges Pakistan Mini Budget to ‘Increase Malnutrition’ US-Russia Talks Begin Hollow Nuclear Pledges The five permanent members of the UN Security Council – the US, Russia, China, France and the UK – signed a joint pledge to reduce the risk of nuclear war. The pledge stated that: “We affirm that a nuclear war cannot be […]

Only Islam will Lead to the Development of Muslims of Kazakhstan

On December 16, IA KAZINFORM reported: “Today, Kazakhstanis celebrate one of the main holidays – the Independence Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan. This year our Independence marks 30 years,” Kazinform correspondent reports. On December 1, 1991, the first presidential elections in the country’s history took place, as a result of which the candidacy of […]

Views on the News: 08/12/2021

 Headlines: • Harvard Poll Shows Young Americans See US Democracy as Failing them • Biden-Putin Summit Harvard Poll Shows Young Americans See US Democracy as Failing them A majority of young Americans are worried about the state of democracy in the US according to a new poll of Americans (age 18-29) conducted by Harvard’s Kennedy […]

Q&A: Erdogan and Putin’s Summit in Sochi, Russia

Question: On Wednesday, 29/9/2021, a summit was held between Erdogan and Putin in Sochi, Russia. The Turkish president was at the head of a delegation that included the head of the intelligence service, Hakan Fidan, and the head of the presidential communications department, Fahrettin Altun, and the presidential spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, without any of his […]

Views on the News 02/07/2021

Headlines: • Russia-China Extend Friendship and Cooperation • Zionists Open Embassy in UAE • Anti-Muslim Hatred in Scotland Out of Control • New US Neoconservative Project wants a Change in Government in Turkey • Khan: Pakistan Can Never Again Be US Partner in War Russia-China Extend Friendship and Cooperation Russian President Vladimir Putin and his […]

Colonial Puppets Met to Solve the Problems of their Masters

A conference on Afghan settlement was held in Dushanbe, Tajikistan on the 30th of March, reported Kommersant news agency. On Tuesday, Heart of Asia – Istanbul Process Conference was held in Dushanbe, the main theme of which was regional cooperation and the reconstruction of Afghanistan after the expected end of the conflict in this country. […]