We, Russia, do have the 13th largest economy in the world, but the U.S. has the number one economy. As they say, feel the difference.
The tension between the U.S. and Russia continues to rise. Spurred by the future of the Syrian Civil War, this conflict is quite capable of destabilizing the rest of the international world. Both parties should make more of an effort to control their antagonism toward one another.
The U.S., along with the U.K. and [Read more]
The U.S. demonstrated maximum pressure against Russia with not only the Syrian dossier, where it’s obvious that it is ready for a limited war scenario, but also with anti-Russian sanctions.
<i>Political scientist Alexander Florov talks about whether or not political slogans in the U.S. can influence economic interests in Europe.</i>
Few have been as consistent as the U.S in expressing concern about the gas transportation project that Russia is implementing together with Europe. Recently, four dozen [Read more]
<i> An important staff change has taken place at the White House. Mike Pompeo has been nominated as U.S. secretary of state to replacing Rex Tillerson. Oleg Ignatov, Deputy Director of the Center for Political Context, explains what to expect from the new secretary of State.</i>
There were articles about it a long [Read more]
<i>Many questions raised by the Kremlin report discussion remain unanswered. Why has Donald Trump not yet extended the sanction list? Is he going to do this or will the Kremlin report remain just a report? How will these actions turn out for Trump himself? A specialist on America, Ivan Kurilla answered these [Read more]
To the exact extent that Russia is a global peacekeeper ... the U.S. is a warmonger that seeks to destabilize the situation across the entire globe.
If we start calling what’s happening between Russia and the U.S. in recent years the new cold war, then we devalue almost half a century of the heritage of the bipolar world, and we belittle the significance of the grand confrontation of two ideologies.