Tag: Sergey Lavrov

North Korean Media’s Assessment of China and Russia’s Relations With America is Indicative of Pyongyang’s Aspirations With Each

The DPRK’s (North Korea) Pyongyang Times newspaper is an English and French language weekly aimed at conveying news to broad based international audiences, mainly outside of Asia. As is the case with most such outlets, the Pyongyang Times seeks not only to offer international news from a North Korean perspective, […]

Moscow’s Afghan Conference Is Postponed: Undignified Defeat Or Strategic Delay?

The abrupt postponement of next week’s Afghan conference in Moscow might look like an undignified Russian defeat in the face of a dangerous American provocation this morning, but it’s actually a strategic delay intended to make the outcome more fruitful by potentially including Kabul in this framework. Russian Foreign Minister […]

Russia to Cooperate With Lebanon in Repatriating Syrian Refugees

While most nations have a clearly defined set of relations with their neighbours and other international partners, Lebanon’s sectarian political system has prohibited the country from having a uniform policy towards Syria. On one end of the spectrum governing coalition member Hezbollah has sent its fighters from Lebanon into Syria […]

Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov Meets Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang as The Russia-Korea Transport Corridor Beckons

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has met with the DPRK’s head of state Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang to discuss the ongoing Korean peace process. After laying flowers at the memorial for DPRK founder Kim Il-Sung and his successor Kim Jong-Ill, Lavrov and Kim appeared before the cameras where the DPRK […]

What “Moral Obligation” Did Russia Have To Not Sell S-300s To Syria?

Lavrov’s remark about how Russia no longer has a “moral obligation” to refrain from selling its S-300 anti-air defense systems to Syria has caused serious confusion among the ranks of the Alt-Media Community who don’t quite understand what he meant.  The “Moral Obligation” The Alt-Media Community celebrated Russia’s announcement that […]