By Agencies | 02 Jan 2013
Iran foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said on Tuesday the United States “still lives in the Cold War era” over a new law enacted by the U.S. president aimed at countering Tehran’s alleged influence in Latin America.
Mehmanparast blasted U.S. President Barack Obama and said the “Countering Iran” law was an overt intervention in the region.
The United States, he said, “still lives in the Cold War era and considers Latin America as its back yard,” AFP news agency reported.
By Agencies | Moscow | 16 Dec 2011
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin implicated Washington Thursday in the killing of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi and launched a tirade against Sen. John McCain in an extraordinary attack on US policies.
Putin used his annual televised phone-in to unleash the type of no-holds-barred attack that characterized his 2000-2008 term as president and threatens to shadow his expected return to the Kremlin in March elections.
By Michel Chossudovsky : Global Research | 04 Dec 2011
The launching of an outright war using nuclear warheads against Iran has been on the active drawing board of the Pentagon since 2005.
If such a war were to be launched, the entire Middle East Central Asia region would flare up. Humanity would be precipitated into a World War III Scenario.
World War III is not front-page news. The mainstream media has excluded in-depth analysis and debate on the implications of these war plans.
Source : Barbara Ferguson | Arab News
WASHINGTON | 29 Nov 2010
The Obama White House is in turmoil after whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks began publishing more secret government files on Sunday which Der Spiegel called "nothing short of a political meltdown for US foreign policy."
On Monday President Obama ordered a government-wide review of how agencies safeguard sensitive information.
Source : Sergey Borisov | RT
Moscow | 23 Nov 2010
The Russian Foreign Ministry and the Orthodox Church have rejected allegations in a US report of inequality of different faiths in Russia.
The US State Department cited in its 2010 Report on International Religious Freedom that “experts” complained about “the allegedly privileged status” of the Russian Orthodox Church. They also mentioned the “persecution” of religious sects in Russia.
At the same time, the authors of the report acknowledged “positive trends,” Russia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday.