[A]lternating bromance and harsh criticism is not necessarily going to make the U.S. president credible in the eyes of China and Russia.
<i>On Monday, the United States celebrated the anniversary of the last American moon landing. No one has landed on the moon since Apollo 17 crew. Symbolically, it was on Dec. 11 thatPresident Donald Trump instructed NASA to resume flights to the earth's satellite. There has been so much talk lately about a renewed Cold [Read more]
To the exact extent that Russia is a global peacekeeper ... the U.S. is a warmonger that seeks to destabilize the situation across the entire globe.
The problem is that U.S. strategy has proven to be a failure. With spreading instability, those who have felt threatened have found an interested spokesman in Putin.
<i>Political scientist Vyacheslav Matuzov talks about the consequences of Washington's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and the transfer of the U.S. Embassy there.</i>
The readiness of President Donald Trump to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to transfer the U.S. Embassy there from [Read more]
Flynn is going to talk, and he’s going to tell everything he knows.
Nothing prevents [his presidency] from surviving, even if it is a government that shows a particularly dangerous contempt for the rule of law.
<i>After all these months of failure, Trump has managed to pass an important bill on tax reform in Congress. However, this achievement won’t free the White House of the dangerous Russian focus, and it might cause new trouble in the future.</i>
In the early hours of Dec. 2, the U.S. Senate, with an insubstantial [Read more]
If we start calling what’s happening between Russia and the U.S. in recent years the new cold war, then we devalue almost half a century of the heritage of the bipolar world, and we belittle the significance of the grand confrontation of two ideologies.
<i<i>During an interview with Russian TV, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev stated that currently relations between the U.S. and Russia are in the worst shape since the Brezhnev years. Is this so? Is there any prospect for improvement? Historian and expert on America Ivan Kurilla answers these questions.</i>