Belarus: the plot thickens

27 May

To keep focus on the double standards in play, I may well have conceded too much ground in yesterday’s post on the Belarus incident. Here’s how I opened: So “international opinion” castigates Belarus after this Sunday’s forced landing – without … Read More »

Belarus: pot, kettle, black

26 May

So “international opinion” castigates Belarus after this Sunday’s forced landing – without doubt a despicable and alarming act – of a plane carrying a wanted man, who was then arrested. As ever it fell to Russia to point out the … Read More »

Europe’s growing dilemma

21 Feb

In an aside to my post last week, Washington’s Wuhan laboratory lie, I wrote: Russia’s recovery from the Yeltsin years defied Wall Street plans for her economy. It sent the West’s rulers into a frenzy … of Russophobia. No allegation … Read More »