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The U.S. dollar-based post WWII phantasmagorical world of never having to pay your debts is coming to a close, states financial journalist Max Kaizer to RT.
Israel’s borders are those of 1947, and because it is a bi-national state it needs the formation of a unitary state, like Belgium. This is the view of academic and human rights activist Professor Uri Davis.
Russian poet and social activist Evgeny Yevtushenko sees a simple human approach as a solution to universal political problems.
Poland wanted to believe it could defeat Germany, even though the intelligence they were being supplied with suggested something very different, believes WWII historian Professor Richard Overy.
Alleged Iraqi bomber Mohamed Jawad, 19 who has now spent 7 years in Gitmo Bay prepares for a new round of hearings. His defense lawyer, Major Eric Montalvo, told RT about many controversies surrounding the case.
Randal Paul is the son of US Congressman Ron Paul, and aims to represent the State of Kentucky in the US Senate. He spoke with RT at his fundraiser in New York.
Tie-eating incident became the symbol of Georgian war in South Ossetia. Did the U.S. give Georgia a greenlight to kick off the offensive? RT's Anastasia Churkina sits down with scholar of Georgia Lincoln Mitchell to discuss the consequences.
Georgia’s invasion created a new reality: the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Professor of Russian Studies at New York University Stephen Cohen talks with RT on what lessons have been learned from the war.
Jews living in Tel Aviv, New York or Moscow do not share the same secular practices and language and thus cannot be called one people, says Professor Shlomo Sand.
Miss Russia 2009, Sofia Rudyeva, talked exclusively to RT and shared her secrets to winning the beauty contest. She also talked about difficulties of bearing the title and her childhood dreams.
RT has been to visit the black U.S. pastor James David Manning from Harlem in New York, who claims the world's most-popular leader President Obama only got into the White House by playing on the nation's racial guilt.
“Different civilizations do not necessarily make clashes or wars, or bombings, or killings. And the whole history of Istanbul is a testament to this,” says Orhan Pamuk – a Turkish novelist and a Nobel Prize winner.
Barack Obama’s indefinite detention claim, coupled with the enemy combatant right he inherited, enables him to lock up any US citizen forever without a trial, author and political consultant Naomi Wolf told RT.