CrossTalk

  • Bullhorns: The possessed
    Is the mainstream media playing out roles found in the great Russian novel ‘The Possessed’? Voicing dissent against media orthodoxies has never been more dangerous. And is peace breaking out on the Korean Peninsula? CrossTalking with...
  • CrossTalk
    'CrossTalk' is RT's flagship program. This TV debate experience presents hot-topic discussions on politics, business, newsmakers, global trends, present-day conflicts, and dangers and challenges facing our world. Host Peter Lavelle poses hard, straightforward questions to his guests, and demands concrete answers in response. Peter's guests are politicians, journalists, scientists and decision-makers of all sorts – anyone who influences the decisions changing our world or plays a key role in forming public opinion.
  • Bullhorns: The possessed
    Bullhorns: The possessed
    Is the mainstream media playing out roles found in the great Russian novel ‘The Possessed’? Voicing dissent against media orthodoxies has never been more dangerous. And is peace breaking out on the Korean Peninsula? CrossTalking with...
  • War without a goal? 
    War without a goal? 
    US President Donald Trump says he wants American troops to leave Syria. The foreign policy blob surrounding him says differently. So, what exactly are Washington’s goals in Syria? Partition? War for war’s sake? Or a means to sticking it...
  • Aggressive posture
    Aggressive posture
    Does American foreign policy possess a specific DNA? It would seem so. It doesn’t matter who the president is. It doesn’t matter which party controls the White House. One can easily ask the following question: Is Trump’s time in...
  • Bullhorns: Syria attacked
    Bullhorns: Syria attacked
    The US-led attack on Syria is a gross violation of international law. Furthermore, the public has still not been presented with evidence that the Syrian state used any chemical weapons. A new phase of the Syrian proxy war has needlessly been opened...
  • Path to war
    Path to war
    The drive towards war against Syria is unmistakable. The pretext is still another alleged chemical attack. As usual, no evidence is presented. As usual, conclusions are drawn before an independent investigation has been conducted. But this time...
  • Bullhorns: Making sense
    Bullhorns: Making sense
    The continuing saga: how did three people in Salisbury survive contamination by a ‘military-grade’ nerve agent? London has a lot of explaining to do. Also, Nikki Haley goes off the rails again. And what, exactly, is a ‘normal...
  • CrossTalk on Skripal case: Problem with BoJo
    CrossTalk on Skripal case: Problem with BoJo
    After weeks of media hysterics and official claims without a shred of evidence, the case that Russia was behind the Salisbury poisoning incident is falling apart. Transparency and the rule of law never played a role. It always has been about...
  • Toxic relations
    Toxic relations
    Words have consequences and threating actions can be very dangerous. This is the atmosphere engulfing the West’s relations with Russia. The poisoning incident in the UK has yet to be explained to the public. But this has not stopped the...
  • Bullhorns: Tit-for-tat
    Bullhorns: Tit-for-tat
    Trump says he wants out of Syria. Apparently, not everyone in his administration got that memo. Also, the latest twists and turns in the alleged poisoning controversy in the UK. And, RT is again being targeted. CrossTalking with Mark Sleboda, Dmitry...
  • Crisis point?
    Crisis point?
    The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming! For well over the last year and a half this is the message Western audiences have been served up 24/7. What is behind this hysteria? What does this message aim to achieve? How is Russia supposed to...