On March 18, the world will find out (yet again) that Russian President Vladimir Putin is elected for another presidential term, his fourth.

Britain's Nigel Farage declares that the European Union's criticism of President Trump's tariffs on steel is gross hypocrisy.

The nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain earlier this week is reminiscent of previous murders thought to have been carried out at the direction of the Kremlin. It the Russian Bear up to its old tricks?

Will the elections in Italy, with anti-EU parties winning, lead to Italy's own exit from the EU, and a domino effect across Europe?

The European Union super-state and the globalist establishment that controls it, along with the open-borders and mass-migration agendas they are pushing, just suffered a massive defeat in Italy's elections. The huge victory of so-called “populist,” right-of-center political parties was almost universally viewed as a stunning rebuke of the EU — and especially of its unpopular agenda to flood Europe with Islamic immigrants while de-Christianizing the culture and smashing self-governing nation-states. Some commentators have compared the outcome to Brexit or Donald Trump's election to the U.S. presidency. However, with negotiations on forming a government just beginning, the voter outrage against the establishment could still be blunted by behind-the-scenes scheming.  

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