Clear all search history
Law & Crime
Disasters & Accidents
War & Conflict
Hospitality & Recreation
Joseph Stalin articles over last 30 days
articles last 30 days
articles per day
Mentioned in this news
Russia: Breaking the bear hug
How Europe can end Russia’s grip on gas Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2011 at the opening of the Nord Stream pipeline, which supplied Germany but bypassed Ukraine © Bloomberg via Getty...
Read more at Prospect Magazine
Springtime for Soviets
On Tuesday came another sign: media reports that the Interior Ministry was banning foreign travel by every one of the nation’s police officers. And other law enforcement agencies were said to be...
Read more at Washington Post
In a word — or 37,931 words — it’s insurance
Et tu, exclusions? It takes Northampton, England-based specialty insurer Staysure Ltd. about twice the number of words to outline the terms of its travel insurance policy as it took William...
Read more at Business Insurance
Vladimir Putin Is Kaput
Guest Post Written By Avi Tiomkin Avi Tiomkin is an adviser to hedge funds who previously managed money for large fund firms. He specializes in global macro investing, focusing on major...
Read more at Forbes
Russia plans Crimea casino boom
Share this page Russia is developing a mini Las Vegas at Azov City near the Caucasus region Russian President Vladimir Putin has presented a draft law to create a gambling zone in Crimea, now that...
Read more at
+ 5 more articles
Ukraine crisis: Business card 'proof' on shooting...
Kiev: A business card brandished by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine as proof that a deadly attack on their checkpoint was the work of ultra-nationalists quickly became an object of derision...
Read more at
Sydney Morning Herald
+ 3 more articles
Reporting and photography from FOREIGN EDITOR DAVID PRATT in DONESTSK Most are young, mainly teenagers, who at times appear to be looking for a fight. Ski masks pulled over their faces and wielding...
Read more at
+ 694 more articles
Trudy Rubin: Putin plays long game
Despite Russia’s Crimean landgrab and its massing of troops on the Ukrainian border, Western leaders still refuse to recognize the mind-set of Vladimir Putin. U.S. officials hope he will adhear to a...
Read more at The Sacramento Bee
Ukrainian extremists will only triumph if Russia ...
... of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire” by Ilya Repin (1891). Image: Wikimedia Commons The history of statehood on the territory of Ukraine begins with two...
Read more at The New Statesman
A View From History
As part of our 250th celebration, I'll be posting selected historical cartoons from The Courant's files every Thursday. Today's is a cartoon by Reg Manning of the Arizona Republic. Henry McNulty, who...
Read more at Hartford Courant
Tiananmen Square: Another China is possible
The fall of the Soviet Union, and China’s turn to the free market, were supposed to prove there is no alternative to capitalism. In reality none of these regimes had been communist in the sense that...
Read more at Socialist Worker
Guliver’s Travels: Preserving History in Putin’s ...
Guliver Altın beside an homage to the many ways he acquired his 1,500 artifacts from the Crimean Khanate. (Boryana Katsarova/Pulitzer Center) BAKHCHYSARAI, Crimea—Guliver Altın loves old maps. He...
Read more at The Atlantic
Is Jubilee On Track for a Second Term, or Off the...
The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have little - Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In world politics,...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
The Grapes of Wrath: 10 surprising facts about Jo...
... His novel was burned and banned The Associated Farmers of California dismissed the novel as a "pack of lies" and "communist propaganda". The book was briefly banned in the Soviet Union by Joseph...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
The Grapes of Wrath
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Dennis Showalter’s ‘Armor and Blood’ argues the B...
The debate among historians goes on: What was the turning point, the singular point of reversion in World War II that sealed the fate of Nazi Germany? Americans usually look to the massive Normandy...
Read more at The Buffalo News
The Mounting Costs of the US Neocon Infestation
But the road to Tehran goes through Ukraine and when it comes to hatred, outside of Palestinians, Muslims and Persians the one thing that really gets up the bloodlust of the neocons is a loathing of...
Read more at Op-Ed News
US Federal Reserve
New York Times
Fashion designer who created Beyoncé’s Super Bowl...
One of Beyoncé’s favorite designers owes a group of investors more than half a million dollars in seed money that has yet to be repaid, according to a lawsuit. Rubin Singer was loaned the money...
Read more at New York Daily News
the Super Bowl
How Vladimir Putin Has Changed The Meaning Of ‘Ru...
The crisis between Russia and Ukraine reveals how dramatically Vladimir Putin’s nationalism has changed over the past 14 years. After he came to power in 2000, Putin preferred to refer to people in...
Read more at Business Insider
Robert Kaufman: Obama's fantasy of moral equivale...
The Obama administration remains utterly oblivious to how tyrannies operate in international politics. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, the president and his secretary of state continue...
Read more at Orange County Register
Crimea keeps rolling...
The world's longest trolley-bus route in Crimea... AFP-Relaxnews Almost every day for the past 30 years through Crimea's turbulent recent history, Natalia Yudenkova has climbed behind the wheel of...
Read more at
Latest from Twitter
Parts of this website powered by Open Calais, a toolkit for rich semantic metadata extraction.
Interceder is a topic search engine aggregating the latest news on any topic into a single window of information. This page has been automatically generated. To contact Interceder
Your privacy is important. Interceder does not collect and keep any personal information about visitors to the site. Interceder may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements on this website, other websites, and other forms of media about goods and services of interest to you.