<i>There’s much to criticize in American politics, says honorary professor André Liebich. Except for one admirable thing: the First Amendment of the Constitution consecrated in the freedom of expression. In Europe, censorship is gaining ground.</i>
There is plenty in the United States to criticize and oppose: [Read more]
The Kremlin will not back down and intends to strongly defend its position, but the Americans are considering new methods of coercion.
Since his return to power, Vladimir Putin has sought to return Russia to the role of a superpower on the world’s stage.
The Russian leadership won’t swap Russian people in need of help for sanctions relief.
It’s monstrously irresponsible of the American political class to play political war with Russia.
The Russian authorities have made it clear there will be no deal. On the contrary, the Kremlin, like Washington, expresses its readiness to raise the stakes and, if necessary, increase the pressure on Syria.
Today, giving back Crimea would be fatal.
At the moment we should view [Trump] with optimism, but we shouldn't relax and think that everything will turn out as we need it to.
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]
Sharp-tongued journalists from the White House press pool have already compared Trump's press secretary to Saddam Hussein's official representative.