The bear doesn’t ask for permission from anyone, and it’s not going to start now.
The sanctions imposed by The United States a few days ago on Hungary are an unprecedented decision. Never before have Americans punished any member country of the EU, which is their biggest ally.
Washington is claiming that the decision to forbid entry to the U.S. to six Hungarian citizens is due to attempted [Read more]
Not long ago, a new form of terrorism appeared, more subtle than the dagger and scimitar, but whose victims number in the millions: financial terrorism.
Ukraine cannot allow an advantageous situation for Russia and the separatists to take root.
Our diplomatic approach — especially surrounding the Geneva negotiations, U.S. and Western commitments, and our own — is so convoluted that it seems we might as well go conjure spirits.
The U.S. and Russia are fighting a proxy war, unfortunately with Ukraine in the middle.
In response to sanctions by the United States and the European Union in the Ukraine crisis, Russia has taken the plunge by banning imports of its agricultural and marine products. However, these restraints will only invite increased antagonism from the U.S. and the EU, and set Ukraine’s safety even farther away.