22.02.2018
Latest News
Colonel Eduard BasurinVice-Commander of the DPR Defense Ministry operative command Donetsk

...

Colonel Michael Philiponenkoacting Head of the LPR people's militia management

...

Fueling More Bloodshed in Ukraine

Source Exclusive: In the U.S., Russia-hating liberals are joining the neocons in seeking more war in Ukraine, as the prospects for a rational and peaceful resolution to the crisis continue to fade, explains James W. Carden. By James W. Carden Last January, Sen. John McCain led a delegation along with his longtime sidekick, Sen. Lindsey Graham, to a contingent of Ukrainian troops not far from the front line in eastern Ukraine. In the presence of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Graham told the soldiers: “Your fight is our fight … 2017 will be the year of offense. All of us will go back to Washington and we will push the case against Russia.” McCain promised the assembled troops, “we will do everything we can to provide you with what you need to win.” When contemplating the long careers of the two Republican senators, it is hard to escape the conclusion that McGeorge Bundy’s quip about the famed Cold War columnist Joe Alsop – that he had “never known...

17.10.17 22:18

Ukraine is One Step from a New Chernobyl

Source CyberBerkut adherents from Kiev gave us a trove of national company Energoatom documents revealing the Ukrainian nuclear power plants' operation. The desperate state of the Ukraine nuclear power industry is not a myth. Experts forecast an increase in nuclear accidents due to keeping old reactors operating. The lifetime of numerous nuclear power units operating since the Soviet came to an end. But Ukraine has no money for constructing the new ones. That's why the Ukrainian authorities adopted the plan to extend the technical lifetime of nuclear units over another ten years. The plan, however, turned out to be ineffective, crude and harmful to the environment. It also poses a threat of a new catastrophe like Fukushima or even Chernobyl. We've obtained the documents from governmental bodies of Austria, Romania, Moldova and Belarus, Greenpeace and the CEE Bankwatch network. They all sound the alarm over Energoatom plans to extend the operation of old nuclear units. Foreign...

15.10.17 20:10