Russian Constitution Proposed Amendments and Article 67 – Is Ukraine Going to Loose Donbass and Luhansk Regions?

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the scheduled vote on amendments to the Russian Constitution will run from June 25 to July 1. According to the Kremlin, the ballot will not contain separate items for each amendment; voters can only vote for the entire package at once by answering just one question: “Do you Approve of ...

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Hail to Czar Putin – The Official Verbatim Proposed Amendments to Russian Constitution Are Here

The official verbatim of the Russian Constitution proposed amendments became available. Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed the amendments to the Russian Constitution on January 15, 2020. In the new amendments, the Russian working class again is shorted. Instead, Russian politicians divide the powers between them for their personal goals and gain. Instead of legislative and ...

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Is Putin Adding Donbas to Russia After the Proposed Russian Constitutional Amendment – Dark Times Ahead

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced proposed changes to the Russian constitution on January 15, 2020. The public vote is expected to be done by May 1, which coincides with one of the major Russian holidays. In 1918, May 1 became an important public holiday, known as the Day of the International Solidarity of Workers, in ...

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While Coronavirus Pandemic Roaring, Russian Duma Considering Annexation of Donetsk and Luhansk Region

The Russian State Duma member from Crimea, Andrey Kozenko, reiterated the necessity to “strengthen” so called support for the Donetsk People’s Republic, including for the region to be fully integrated into the Russian Federation territory. The Donetsk People’s Republic is a Russia backed proto-state in the eastern Ukrainian Oblast of Donetsk. The proto-state is recognized ...

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Another Russian Scientist Convicted of Treason – Is Kremlin Silencing Him Due to Possible Knowledge of Losharik?

A Russian court in the Rostov region sentenced a scientist from Novocherkassk, Alexey Temerev, to 7.5 years in a high-security prison for high treason. The case is classified. Nevertheless, upon doing research about the company Temerev owned, I learned he was an intern from Vietnam. However, Vietnam is not known for stealing classified defense sensitive ...

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New Russian Government Appointments are a Farce – What’s New?

The new, not so new, Russian government appointments were announced. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech was followed by the resignation of the Russian Prime Minister Dimitry Medvedev and his cabinet. Putin desires to amend the Russian constitution that was created in 1993, two years after the Soviet Union collapsed in the 1991. The vote about ...

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Is This Lukashenko’s Last Year? What Awaits Belarus with a Kremlin Backed Opposition Candidate?

This week Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the vote on the proposed Russian constitution amendments will take place on July 1. The amendments include the removal of term limits so Putin can remain in power until 2036 and beyond. On August 9 there will be a presidential election in Belarus; current president Alexander Lukashenko is ...

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Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Proposes Budapest Style Negotiations Without Russia – Is It Viable?

Consultations on the settlement of the situation in the Donbas area should begin with the participation of Ukraine, the US and the UK according to the Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Olexii Reznikov. On March 4 the Ukrainian Parliament approved the country’s new Cabinet of Ministers. Due to his appointment as Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine ...

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Decorated SVR Intelligence Officer Found Dead in Moscow Apartment – Natural Cause or Perhaps Something Else?

A decorated SVR intelligence agent has been found dead in Moscow. SVR is the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service focusing mostly on civilian affairs. The SVR RF succeeded the First Chief Directorate of the KGB in December 1991. It is also engaged in intelligence to provide the state with information that can influence Russian policy and ...

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New Chinese Propaganda Geared Towards Russia and Against the West – Is the Kremlin Ready to Dump China?

China launched a new propaganda campaign over the weekend. The campaign is timed with the start of the Russian holidays associated with May 1st celebrations. In 1918, a year after the Russian Revolution, May 1 became an important public holiday, known as the Day of the International Solidarity of Workers in the Soviet Union. Most ...

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Global Economies and Russia Amidst Coronavirus – Economic Downturn Analysis and Scenarios

Coronavirus has forced a majority of nations around the globe to implement drastic measures. These include the support of businesses and private citizens to alleviate losses and financial strains. In the US and Canada unemployment applications are reaching all time highs. A majority of nations in the West embraced an approach adverse to globalism. The ...

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What the Coming Decade Means for Russia and the World in Accordance with Czar Putin’s Policies

Thus far, 2020 started with Russian President Vladimir Putin announcing proposed changes to the constitution. The vote on the changes is expected to take place prior to May 1, 2020 (full list of changes available here). However, an interesting part about the so called proposed vote is the delivery model by the designated Kremlin working ...

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Russia Announces Gonets 2.0 Satellite Communications System – Full Steam Ahead for Putin’s New Iron Curtain?

Russia announced a new project pertaining to the satellite system Gonets 2.0. The system will have satellite phone options and a myriad of government  applications. It is on par with Putin’s plan to have Russia closed off in the same way as Russia is developing its own intranet, similar to the Great Fire Wall of ...

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New Tapes Released of Biden and Poroshenko – Is it Time for New Democratic Presidential Candidate?

Ukrainian MP passed to the Prosecutor’s office materials about “Biden’s influence on Poroshenko.” The just released tapes are conversations between former US Vice President Joseph Biden and former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. People’s Deputy of Ukraine Andriy Derkach released audio materials that, according to him, may indicate the influence of Biden on the fifth President ...

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Fire Breaks Out at Polish National Center for Nuclear Research – Is It Accident or Kremlin’s Strategic Move?

There are reports of the fire that started inside the ventilation system in the Polish National Center of the Nuclear Research in the city of Svierk, 30 km  from Warsaw. Th Center has been Poland’s top location for nuclear research since 1955. Over the decades several Swierk institutes formed the core of Poland nuclear ambitions, ...

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Coronavirus in Belarus – Has Lukashenko Gone Mad or Does He Have Covert Pact With the Kremlin?

Coronavirus continues to be on the forefront of the news. The number of infected surpassed 3.5 million around the world. However, Belarus never acted to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The borders are open, there is no social distancing, no stay at home orders or any precautionary measures, period. Because the President of Belarus ...

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