For all the farcical invoking of Blitz spirit, Brexit isn’t merely an absurdist experiment in English nationalist nostalgia – it is the most audacious example yet of a futuristic Russian nationalism that seeks to divide and rule Europe.
Ein angeblicher Nato-Agent, eine siebenfache Mutter und Hausfrau, nun ein amerikanischer Ex-Marine: Mehr als 360 angebliche Spione haben russische Geheimdienste in den vergangenen Jahren verhaftet. Die wenigsten Fälle sind stichhaltig.
Sightings of Russian-speaking mercenaries in the Sudanese capital have raised concerns that the Kremlin is moving to prop up the autocratic regime of President Bashir. The reports and photographs from Khartoum have emerged as anti-government protests there grow and the president faces the bigge
Nicknamed “Putin’s Chef” for his Kremlin catering contacts, Yevgeny Prigozhin is a man with his finger in many pies. Last year, the US Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted the Russian businessmen for allegedly running an internet “troll farm” in St Petersburg that tried to skew the 2016 election