All articles by: Marcus Papadopoulos

Increased fears follow Benghazi butchery

Published: September 21, 2012
Written by Marcus Papadopoulos

Western diplomats fear the Arab Spring has taken a new, and dangerous, direction with the brutal killing of the American ambassador to Libya and the furore, spreading like wildfire across …

Euro 2012 controversy

Published: June 15, 2012
Written by Marcus Papadopoulos

The Euro 2012 football championships kicked off in Poland and Ukraine with political controversy threatening to overshadow the event. Britain, France and Sweden declined to send government officials to the …

UK face-to-face agreed

Published: June 1, 2012
Written by Marcus Papadopoulos

Britain and Russia have agreed to hold regular face-to-face diplomatic meetings in an attempt to improve relations between the two countries which have been severely strained since the murder in …

Nato blamed for deaths

Published: May 19, 2012
Written by Marcus Papadopoulos

Nato has failed to acknowledge the deaths of dozens of civilians during its air campaign against Libya in 2011, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch. The 76-page …

Putin set for third term

Published: May 4, 2012
Written by Marcus Papadopoulos

Vladimir Putin will be inaugurated on May 7 as President of the Russian Federation for a third time following his emphatic endorsement by the electorate in elections in March. Under …

Fury follows SS veterans’ march

Published: March 23, 2012
Written by Marcus Papadopoulos

Hundreds of Waffen-SS veterans paraded through the Latvian capital Riga in what historians fear is a blatant attempt to re-write the history of the Second World War.  In what has …

It’s suiting Putin as he wins big

Published: March 9, 2012
Written by Marcus Papadopoulos

Vladimir Putin has secured a third term as President of Russia after an emphatic election victory which could see the 59-year-old former KGB officer remain in office until 2024 – …