The U.S. demonstrated maximum pressure against Russia with not only the Syrian dossier, where it’s obvious that it is ready for a limited war scenario, but also with anti-Russian sanctions.
[T]his crisis will not be resolved by firing several dozen missiles once a year, only to then stand idly by with crossed arms.
History shows a long list of wars that began 'by chance.'
The West has surrendered itself to the cynicism of realpolitik.
There’s no problem in the world that Washington’s politicians couldn’t now attribute to Moscow’s machinations.
The cheerful message from President Donald Trump to Russia – in which he suggested that we get ready for “nice and new and ‘smart” American rockets – quite frankly, frightens one with its demonstrative light-mindedness.
It is truly scary when you understand who is in charge of what is historically the [Read more]
[T]his is a game against Russia at the global level.
President Donald Trump's sudden announcement of the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria "very soon" and his suggestion to “let the other people take care of it now” is more of a surprise than an expression of a real possibility that action will carried out on the ground. Trump did not mention that he spoke [Read more]
But behind the smokescreen of the American president’s flamboyance and Moscow’s World-War-III innuendo, both sides have shown cool-headed restraint.