Why shouldn’t Trump influence an election campaign in favor of a jingoistic, right-wing pal?
Of course, no one wants a nuclear war — but a conventional one, on the other hand, would please the entire West.
On Monday, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump need to discuss very sensitive issues. "If I knew what would happen, I would not tell."
No, the American president Trump is really not always friendly toward his Russian counterpart Putin. "We are harsher towards Russia than anyone else,"* Trump said on Friday afternoon at [Read more]
NATO and U.S. troops in the Baltics today are an immense threat, and all who care about peace and positive hopes for the future would do well to realize that.
Trump’s words should frighten people in Ukraine. But the actions of his administration should not.
<i>Military expert Anton Lavrov talks about how the U.S. decision to supply Kiev with lethal weapons will change the situation in Ukraine.</i>
The Trump administration’s approval of supplying the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense with large-scale sniper rifles – Barrett M107A1s – will become a precursor to further [Read more]
<i>The television debate referenced below took place during the November visit of Czech Premier Milos Zeman to Sochi, Moscow and Yekaterinburg. The current interviewee, Doubrava, is a senator for the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia; his opponent in the debate was Frantisek Bublan of the Czech Party of Social [Read more]
The Russian leadership won’t swap Russian people in need of help for sanctions relief.