Tag: Putin

by Gordon M. Hahn The US government, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFERL), is claiming a sharp spike in asylum claims from Russian citizens, hitting a 24-year high in 2017, jumping nearly 40 percent from the previous year (www.rferl.org/a/russian-asylum-applications-in-u-s-hit-24-year-record/29204843.html). While if true, this is almost certainly an indication of growing dissatisfaction with the government […]

by Gordon M. Hahn Putin’s leading liberal opponent in the Russian presidential election campaign, Kseniya Sobchak, excluded in convincing terms even the remote possibility that Putin was behind the 2000 murder of her father and his mentor, the late pro-democracy Mayor of St. Petersburg Anatolii Sobchak — a version of his death favored in the […]

by Gordon M. Hahn Immediately after I published the following, new revelations emerged from the U.S. National Archives confirming that Western leaders’ promised the Soviet leadership that NATO would not expand and that these promises were quite explicit, not limited to the issue of East Germany. See: National Security Archive December 12, 2017 NATO Expansion: […]

  Интервью Гордона Хана у Евразия Эксперт здесь: http://eurasia.expert/rossiya-poka-vyigryvaet-voynu-v-sirii-amerikanskiy-analitik/       ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ About the Author – Gordon M. Hahn, Ph.D., Expert Analyst at Corr Analytics, http://www.canalyt.com and a Senior Researcher at the Center for Terrorism and Intelligence Studies (CETIS), Akribis Group, San Jose, California, http://www.cetisresearch.org. Dr. Hahn is the author of Ukraine Over the Edge: Russia, […]

by Gordon M. Hahn UPDATE: NOVICHOK AGENT OR “RELATED COMPOUND” On 22 March 2018 a petition was submitted to a court in the United Kingdom requesting a judgment, which was approved, as to whether the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons should be allowed to take samples of the blood of former GRU colonel […]

by Gordon M. Hahn British Prime Minister Teresa May has accused the Russian state and President Vladimir Putin in the poisoning and attempted murder of former Russian GRU agent Sergei Skrypal, his daughter, and some 22 others in Salisbury, England. May offered a caveat that perhaps the Russian state had lost control over its chemical […]