No other country in the world was as happy as Russia about the election of the new U.S. president. The Russian military supply store Voentorg even offered some holiday discounts to the U.S. in celebration of Trump’s inauguration. It seems that people in Russia were happier than people in the United States about [Read more]
In Russian politics, a person with Trump’s background would be doomed to failure.
Vladimir Putin, who apparently actually thinks America is a country of dupes, is doing everything he can to sink Trump.
<i>Never has a transition been this rough. From the sanctions against Russia to the blow against Israel, Barack pulls no punches and The Donald hits back. </i>
Only 20 days away from his farewell, Obama has dealt the latest blow in the political, strategic and personal war between himself, Trump and Putin, with his [Read more]
The U.S. government has taken sweeping retaliatory measures against Russia for alleged hacking and interference in the U.S. presidential election. Such measures include the removal of 35 diplomats from the Russian Embassy and Russian Consulate, the closure of two Russian facilities and five institutions including the [Read more]
A delegation from North Korea’s Foreign Ministry held informal talks with former U.S. State Department officials in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for two days, starting on Oct. 21, 2016. Among the North Korean participants were Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol and Deputy U.N. Ambassador Jang Il-hun, while those on the [Read more]
Barack Obama is setting back the history of Russian-American relations by decades.
Liaoning Hongxiang Industrial, a Chinese conglomerate alleged to have supplied goods necessary for North Korea’s nuclear missile program, has become the target of American sanctions. The U.S. placed sanctions on four persons, including the company’s chairwoman, Ma Xiaohong. This is a case of a so-called [Read more]
North Korea will take as a major insult the U.S. branding of Chairman Kim — the [people's] supreme leader — as a perpetrator of human rights abuses.
The U.S. Congress passing the "Global Magnitsky Act" can be seen as a threatening gesture lurking beneath talks on cooperation and the renewal of the Russia-NATO council on foreign affairs.