Eurasians United: India and Pakistan Join Russia and China in Shanghai Cooperation Organization

In the thirty-seventh edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Izvestia, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Kommersant, and Komsomolskaya Pravda. He discusses the new generation of the Russian ballistic missiles, the recent summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Astana, Kazakhstan, the dispute between the U.S. and Russia regarding the seized Russian real estate in the U.S., and the changing health habits of the Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov.

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Show Notes

Izvestia– June 8, 2017

Nezavisimaya Gazeta – June 7, 2017

Kommersant – June 9, 2017

Komsomolskaya Pravda – June 10, 2017

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Comments

  1. John Miranda says:

    Dr. Phil, another home run. I hope more people subscribe. This is an incredibly valuable service. Where in American MSM is there any talk of the trade organization? You know you are way ahead of CNN, FOX, NPR, etc. when the don’t even mention it.

  2. B. F. EARL says:

    Great report, Professor Kovacevic. Great to see a tabloid with rubber on its wheels when it comes time to meet the road. Maybe the US could take the crime out of liberty and establish drug houses for users to isolate themselves and enjoy their habits. Taking the crime out of liberty would decrease counterproductive usage of our justice system and put organized crime and its law-schools out of business enough to make the legal profession more competitive. Send a message to judges: “No more gravy for you buddy.”

  3. William Field says:

    Very interesting report..Thankyou all.

  4. John Lemay says:

    Thank you Professor Kovacevic for reading us the news from Russia and offering your opinion. The audio quality is good enough to hear you clear on a small laptop. I look forward to your new monthly report. Be cool Filip!

  5. richarda says:

    Wow. I’ve heard nothing about any of this from the western media, either MSM or from Alt sources.
    There is just so much subtext it’s difficult to know where to begin: even the simple topic of Minister Lavrov’s health touches on the finances of the tobacco companies, and thus to their unspoken links to money laundering and intelligence agencies.

    • Hi Richarda, Thank you for your feedback. Prof. Kovacevic is back from his trip and will be presenting more (including articles/analyses). Also, Newsbud is sending its own correspondent to Syria in the coming month- we will have direct coverage from Syria which will be available only here at Newsbud community. I will be back (Currently overseas) by July 28 with more as well. We are able to deliver all this due to our community’s support- and what we present will be ONLY available to those who value and support this one-of-a-kind platform. Best, Sibel

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