<i>Memo to what will be remembered as modern U.S. democracy: The world’s number one leader will face a deeply rebuilt political system.</i>
Historians know that there are different cyclical and seemingly disparate events. One can follow the history of nations by periods in time: birth, maturation, prime of life, [Read more]
Following all of this, we can conclude that it’s only going to get more interesting and more spicy.
Currently, the U.S. ambassador’s proposal is for Kiev to postpone the question of Crimea for decades, which actually means to postpone it forever.
We don’t even know who made the stereotypes up.
The stereotypical image of President Barack Obama's administration "resetting" and achieving mutually rewarding relations with Russia turned to dust even before the election campaign this year.
Russian troops and weapons of mass destruction still remain in [Read more]
I was there and saw with my eyes this amazing 70-year-old clown and his 46-year-old plagiarist wife in the glow of the spotlights.
I heard an irrepressible crowd who furiously shouted and clapped for Trump, as small children watch a painted and funny clown in a circus.
I was there at the national convention of [Read more]
<i>“U.S. president agrees to the ‘defense of every NATO ally.’” The eastern NATO nations are pleased about the signal to Russia. Moscow counters that the alliance is only imagining a threat.</i>
Warsaw. They were clear words that President Obama had ready for his allies before his departure from the NATO [Read more]
While John Kerry will fly through Kiev, it looks like his boss, President Obama, is making his farewell European tour by visiting the NATO Summit in Warsaw. It is a strange feeling to see Obama, in the second term of his presidency, in Warsaw, only an hour’s flight away from Ukraine, but without Ukraine on his route. [Read more]
The next U.S. president may be any kind of politician you like, but he or she will not be a pro-Russian one.