Oliver Stone’s 4-hour interview with Putin, sent / released around three weeks ago, is dealt with in different ways on the web. Surely, criticism have been heard . Mikhail Khodorkovsky‘s bulletin “Otkrytaya Rossiya” (= “Open Russia”) contents a critical response on 25/6. I bring some of that article here, as far as to the mentioning […]Read More Oliver Stone with Putin in a somewhat very realistic “cardboard scenario”
Some impressions from today’s morning news:Read More Dragon fire in the West ..
In conjunction with the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg between 1 and 3 June, Fox journalist Megyn Kelly participated in a plenary session including, among others, the Prime Minister of India, the Chancellor of Austria, Presidents of Moldova and Russia, and 5,000 other participants. She was quite a moderator – I really enjoyed her […]Read More A huge clash ?
No, from today that blog platform, who, according to it’s own data have 25 million users, is formed under the Russian laws. How serious is this? It can be as serious as a Russian blogger – Podosokorsky – writes in the title of his post – LiveJournal has finally come under FSB control. Now waits a purge of […]Read More LiveJournal is no longer organized under California Laws
On Thursday a first hearing on possible Russian meddling during the American election campaign was held with a committee in the US Senate. CNN: “..There were upwards of 1,000 paid Internet trolls working out of a facility in Russia, in effect, taking over series of computers, which is then called a ‘botnet,’ ” -Mark Warner, […]Read More On the championship of Russian hacker’s – an echo of an echo.