[T]he United States has found itself increasingly stymied in recent years by its eternal nemesis, Russia.
Tehran is not prepared to end its military presence in various countries in the region regardless of the threats waged by the US and Israel.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reassured us that he agrees with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, on the topic of Syria and the Department of Defense strategy to recover weapons from the Free Syrian Army after factions within it rejected U.S. conditions for continuing support. Not fighting Syrian regime forces [Read more]
As soon as he arrived at the White House, Donald Trump was quick to prove his incompetence and his ability to abuse his power. His presidency is surpassing itself in a slippery fashion with the new bombshell that he asked the director of the FBI to classify the investigation into Michael Flynn, briefly a national [Read more]
Political analyst Eduard Lozansky talks about the new “witch hunt” in the Washington political establishment.
We’re not talking simply about a warming of relations but rather an impetuous sprint into Russia’s embrace by the American leader before the eyes of an indignant liberal elite.
The on-the-ground intervention is a partial contradiction of the inflexible line pursued by the White House, which has been careful — up to now — to not overly involve itself in the conflict.