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COVID-19 Disinformation: Russia Sends “Aid” to the US

COVID-19 Disinformation: Russia Sends “Aid” to the US

A statement by the U.S. Department of State shows that what Russia sent to Washington was not “humanitarian aid.” Moscow is looking to make a positive PR impression while undermining the effectiveness of Western efforts.

Kozak-Yermak Plan on Donbas: A Trap for Ukraine

Kozak-Yermak Plan on Donbas: A Trap for Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who is well aware of his dropping popularity ratings, is making efforts to reshuffle both the government and his presidential administration.

Russia’s Gazprom Lost in Court Battle with Poland’s PGNiG

Russia’s Gazprom Lost in Court Battle with Poland’s PGNiG

Russian state-run gas giant saw yet another failure in a legal spat with a Central and Eastern European company. First, it lost a court battle with Ukraine’s Naftogaz and now Poland’s largest gas distributor PGNiG emerged victorious in its litigation with Gazprom.

Russia’s Coronavirus Cases Prompt Putin to Change Strategy

Russia’s Coronavirus Cases Prompt Putin to Change Strategy

Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed that his country is no longer an exception amid the global coronavirus outbreak. Its closure of the border with China brought adequate, albeit short-term results, as most people affected with the novel virus came back from trips to Europe, in particular from popular tourist destinations like Italy or Spain.

A Chinese message at the G20

A Chinese message at the G20

The deliberations were initiated by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which this year presides over the organisation. It was the first online summit in the history of the G20, as well as the first major multilateral event with President Xi Jinping since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

Chinese humiliation in the Czech Republic

Chinese humiliation in the Czech Republic

With the increasing number of coronavirus infected people in Europe, China supports the chaotic West. However, help is not always what it seems to be and often the hidden agenda of the action taken is revealed.

China expels American journalists

China expels American journalists

On Wednesday, March 18, the Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs announced that the correspondents of the three biggest American dailies – the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and the Washington Post – would lose their accreditations and would not be able to work in China.

China and the end of the high growth dreams

China and the end of the high growth dreams

The drastic deterioration of the economic situation in China is indicated both by official government data and foreign statistics. In February, the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) in Chinese industry fell from 50 to 35.7 points, which is the lowest level since the global financial crisis in 2008 (38.8 points).

A dispute over the coronavirus origin

A dispute over the coronavirus origin

China, being the starting point of the COVID-19 pandemic, for several weeks has been trying to present to the world a narrative that its country was not the source of the coronavirus.

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