An empire is at its most dangerous when it’s failing. With less and less to lose, it continues to try to do the impossible by doubling down on past mistakes. But history tells us that empires fall from within. If so, technically, how does a modern empire meet its inevitable fate? Author Charlie Robinson joins host […]
The Russian-built Pantsir S-1 system (NATO designation, SA-22 Greyhound) is a daunting combination of radar, cannons, and missiles. It can detect and take out any target, even while on the move. Armed with 12 surface-to-air guided missiles and two dual 30mm guns, the Pantsir can strike enemies both in the air and on the ground, […]
Investigative journalist Jurij Kofner is a German citizen. To question the extent to which his country’s policy decisions are influenced by America’s agenda, he explores Germany’s post-war history to understand how relations with the US were formed. He also looks into the dynamics of the two countries’ cooperation under the umbrella of NATO
The murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul sparked international uproar. Germany says it will halt arms exports to Riyadh and calls on Western allies to follow suit. The Turkish president delivered a powerful statement claiming to have evidence that the operation was planned. Saudi Arabia’s main ally, however, remains silent. […]
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been in the driver’s seat on and off since 1996 and is poised to become Israel’s longest-serving leader. The veteran politician, widely known as ‘Bibi’, is also at risk of losing his grip on power after a series of corruption scandals involving him came to light. RT America correspondent, Anya […]
In the conflict-torn Donbass region, medical evacuation teams play a vital role in saving the lives of those wounded by shelling. On alert 24/7, and responding to calls in the most dangerous areas, the doctors risk everything to save people’s lives regardless of what side of the conflict they are on. RT Doc film crew […]
MH-17: The Untold Story. Three months after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was violently brought down from the skies over Ukraine, there are still no definitive answers to what caused the tragedy. Civil conflict in the area prevented international experts from conducting a full and thorough investigation. The wreckage should have been collected and scrupulously re-assembled […]
During three years of ISIS occupation, the people of Mosul were forbidden from shaving, watching TV and having cell phones. The terrorist groups also carried out public executions. Boris Malagurski gives us more details.