On March 12 in Damascus, Syrian President Bashar Assad pointed out during talks with a delegation visiting the city from the European Parliament that some European countries’ wrongful policies toward Syria have led to the spread of terrorism within it.
According to news from the Syrian Arab News Agency, the head [Read more]
Just as Americans once had "Gorbymania" for Gorbachev, we need "Trumpomania."
<i>The American and Russian presidents have a fundamental need to continually manage external threats. Trump and Putin are alike, even though they have not met.</i>
The main “innovation” of the Trump era, which began on Jan. 20, is assumed to be the ever-closer relationship between the United States and Russia [Read more]
<i>The new U.S. administration will demonstrate fewer efforts to drive the world toward a brighter future, which will lead to some easing of the international order. However, one factor will prove dangerous in the future.</i>
The unexpected defeat of Hillary Clinton in the U.S. election was probably the most notable [Read more]
Trump’s strategy could trigger a new cold war. It would not be a repetition of the past but a new type liable to seriously damage the world economy.
In addition to moral negligence, America's inaction in Syria will have sanctioned Russia’s triumphant and destabilizing return to the international stage.
Lying on his political deathbed, Barack Obama acts according to the principle, “If I can’t have peace, no one will.” In any case, his decision to lift all restrictions on the supply of ammunition and weapons to the Islamic State, an organization banned in Russia, leads one to such a conclusion.