<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]
Top prize for the Kremlin would be restored control over the post-Soviet space: above all, over Ukraine and Georgia.
Kiev's foreign policy is built on simple-minded, destructive assumptions: to lobby the West to continue the anti-Russian sanctions and to beg the West for aid and loans.
In matters of foreign and security policy in Europe and opposition to Putin's aggression in Ukraine, Trump will follow the path of the majority of the Republican Congress and his vice president.
Donald Trump has promised hatred, and hatred is what he will deliver.
<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.