It is a testament to his impetuous, even illogical, conduct of foreign affairs that he has binned an agreement that had envisaged 'shared security.'
Can America bully whomever it wants?
<i>Political scientist Alexander Florov talks about whether or not political slogans in the U.S. can influence economic interests in Europe.</i>
Few have been as consistent as the U.S in expressing concern about the gas transportation project that Russia is implementing together with Europe. Recently, four dozen [Read more]
Since Donald Trump said that he is not ruling out a military option, many Venezuelans, like the hostages in SWAT team movies, fantasize about an armed intervention that will finally put an end to the hostage takers. Long live Hollywood!
Now there is no talk of invasion, but of humanitarian intervention. We [Read more]
<i>Many questions raised by the Kremlin report discussion remain unanswered. Why has Donald Trump not yet extended the sanction list? Is he going to do this or will the Kremlin report remain just a report? How will these actions turn out for Trump himself? A specialist on America, Ivan Kurilla answered these [Read more]
[I]t’s time to stop being so distracted by big geopolitics ... It won’t improve, and it is time to focus on our own country.
<i>U.S. President Donald Trump sharply criticized Iran. He accused Tehran of “supporting terrorism.” How far can Washington go in its confrontation with Tehran? What kind of losses can both sides suffer from? Political expert Georgy Bovt gives his explanation to these and other questions on this topic.</i>