Tehran has shown that it can strike unexpectedly and painfully.
But “drilling for dirt” and hunting for prey in the Ukrainian fields is an old business, and primarily that of the Democrats.
[T]he main question is, who will replace Bolton?
[I]t was just a matter of time before terrorism came to be organized as a corporate activity.
Shortly after firing his national security advisor, John Bolton, President Donald Trump named U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs Robert O’Brien to the position. O’Brien has a solid record in his previous capacity – his results in bringing home hostages from North Korea and Turkey are impressive. [Read more]
Trump and the U.S. political establishment perceive China, not Russia, as the main threat to U.S. interests.
Rebels and civilians fear that the ceasefire only helps the regime to prepare for a new attack.
The U.S., like the West as a whole, continues to adopt a highly inconsistent policy toward Russia.
[I]n terms of the ideologies that value freedom and democracy, there are still no structures that match the communication power of the Group of Seven.