<i>The president has stated that in every area that matters, Russia will always be one step ahead. How is the West reacting to the demonstration of Russia’s latest weapons, and did they understand Putin’s main message?</i>
I would have liked to see the faces of the leaders of NATO, the Pentagon and the Western [Read more]
The address to the Federal Assembly was also an address to the West, a warning but also an appeal to return to dialogue on an equal footing, if not on economic issues, then at least on military issues.
Russian military experts doubt the effectiveness of the American railgun.
The angry Russian reaction, and warnings regarding what some American media outlets — close as ever to decision-making circles — leaked concerning Washington’s intention to deploy ballistic missiles to Europe, reveal that the world is approaching a phase of tension. How far this will reach is difficult to [Read more]
He is being called a coward by his political opponents. Which is nonsense because this American president is trying to learn from the lessons of the past.
<b>A Trap for Russia or a Trap for Both?</b>
The historical causes of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the U.S.-led NATO Alliance lie in a 1949 disagreement over Germany’s future. The Soviets supported a unified Germany and the Western powers did not. Then at the beginning of the 1960s, with the crisis [Read more]