These new American sanctions are so meaningless and stupid they could make the remains of legendary Persian King Xerxes roll over in his tomb.
<i>Analyst Timur Nigmatullin explains why the U.S. is not rushing to call off the sanctions against Russian companies</i>
Businessman Oleg Deripaska agreed to reduce his stake in En+ Group, a holding company of Rusal, below 50 percent and leave its board of directors.* Prior to that, Steve Mnuchin, head of the U.S. [Read more]
[T]he U.S. is making a mistake by taking the course of confrontation against all the forces struggling for peaceful resolution of the problems in this region, leading to increased tensions in the Middle East.
Democracy be damned, is the message. Human hearts have indeed become stone.
Special Counsel Mueller is slowly closing in on Trump.
[T]he U.S. has competitors. At the very least, Macron in his speech was clearly asserting leadership.
We, Russia, do have the 13th largest economy in the world, but the U.S. has the number one economy. As they say, feel the difference.
Words in politics are not neutral. They never have been.
Russia is unable to agree with the United States and its allies about almost anything at the United Nations Security Council. Each side persists in vetoing resolutions proposed by the other. Does this mean that the U.N. has outlived its usefulness and that there’s no longer any point in its existence?