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With Putin in Poland for WWII Anniversary, Many Poles Feel Snubbed by Obama


 The New York Times correspondent in Moscow Michael Schwirtz reported that many Poles saw the low-level U.S. representation at the 70th anniversary of the start of World War II observances in Gdansk as a snub from the Obama Administration. Russia sent Prime Minister Putin, whose statement that the Hitler-Stalin Pact “can be condemned” was misleadingly reported by most international media ... Read More »

Did Putin Really Condemn the Hitler-Stalin Pact and Apologized to Poland?


The BBC, the Voice of America (VOA) and other international media reported that in in an apparent effort to defuse tensions on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the start of World War II, Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin “expressly condemned” the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, the treaty of non-aggression between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. BBC News headline read: ... Read More »

USSR, the Birthplace of Feminism

From the very dawn of Soviet power and development,  due to a series of tragic events, women significantly outnumbered men by about 20 mln. The Revolution of via USSR, the Birthplace of Feminism. Read More »

Public Diplomacy 101 – Mark Dillen

In an article posted in the Foreign Policy Association Blog, Mark Dillen made a reference to my report about the failure of the State Department to respond quickly and adequately to the terrorist attack in Ingushetia. Mark Dillen is a former Senior Foreign Service Officer with the US State Department. He managed political, media and cultural relations for US embassies ... Read More »

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