The West firmly supported tyrants like Saddam Hussein, while elsewhere public figures such as Nelson Mandela were classed as a “terrorist”. The mainstream press sounded the war drums on Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, in the build up to the 2003 invasion, some undesirable facts were avoided. Two decades before (in 1982), […]
Artists, dignitaries and the Russian President gather in The Hero City of Sevastopol to celebrate three years of Crimean reunification.
Comical Russian Presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak has taken to embarrassing Russia on the world’s stage as part of an extended publicity stunt to attain relevance to her otherwise languishing reality television career. Her most recent attempted caper was writing to officials of the Ukrainian regime, asking for permission to visit Russia’s […]
The Crimean Vice Prime Minister has hinted that his region is considering adopting an official cryptocurrency to help attract global investment in one of Russia’s historic resort regions. Currently tourism and agriculture, including Crimea’s rejuvenated wine industry make up the biggest civilian components of the local economy, but all of that […]
Crimean politicians are naturally excited about the future economic potential of their idyllic peninsula. With its central Eurasian location on the Black Sea, natural beauty and its many resort towns, Crimea is an ideal place to begin an economic initiative designed to play on the regions natural attraction. Recently, Andrey Nazarov, […]
A Brit In Crimea (on his holidays) – Graham Phillips Makes Crimea The Star of His First Feature Film
Independent journalist Graham Phillips has made his feature documentary film debut with A Brit in Crimea (on his holidays). The project began when Phillips got the idea to find someone from the UK who had no real knowledge or opinion regarding the geopolitics of Crimea and Russia more widely and then, take […]