Russian ‘foreign agent’ media law attack on free speech: HRW

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A Russian law that could force international media outlets to register as “foreign agents” in response to US pressure on Kremlin-backed TV channel RT is an attack on free speech, Human Rights watch …

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dhfabian

Yes, it should be pointed out clearly that this is Russia’s response to the US actions against Russian media. The US has plunged into the new McCarthy era where significant censorship of media overall is expected.

Maiko Cristina Church

Russia is already a Chinese province – the Far East and Siberia, stolen from China 160 years ago, being retaken by China without a single shot fired, and tens of millions of Chinese crossing the non-existent Russian-Chinese border. Russian army is 60% not only Muslim but more importantly, Central Asian, the Russian language, rejected by 40% of non-Russian citizens of Russia, fast becoming the local dialect, the Russian economy is back to the Stone Age and will start recoving in 30 years time We haven’t seen a single picture of Moscow or St. Petersburg, not a sigle report by the Western journalist. The only infrastructure in Russia is called THE GULAG SYSTEM, ready to open its doors for millions of Russian slaves. What is happened is simple – Putin is trying to revive and restore the 18-century barbarity, obscenity and total murderous grotesque in 21st century – it will only happen in Mr. Putin wet dreams.

haroon Ahmed

Russia–United States relations is the bilateral relationship between the United States of America and the Russian Federation, the successor state to the Soviet Union. The United States and Russia maintain diplomatic and trade relations. The relationship was generally warm under the Russian President Boris Yeltsin (1991–1999) until the NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in the spring of 1999, and has since deteriorated significantly.