It seems for the time being the Kremlin may truly not fear an American with a gun.
Have Americans gone crazy in their search for a 'Russian connection'?
<i>Why Trump cannot live up to the expectations of normalizing relations with Russia</i>
<i>The overall love toward Donald Trump in Russia is giving place to disappointment. Shortly after the U.S. press secretary stated that his boss is expecting Moscow to return Crimea back to Ukraine, the question of whether we [Read more]
Here are two pieces of terrible news for anyone who was expecting, given the preconditions, a rapid reconciliation between the Kremlin and Washington: the resignation of General Michael Flynn, national security adviser and the closest man to Moscow from Donald Trump’s entourage, and the White House’s statement on [Read more]
The United States’ desire to speak with other countries from a position of strength shouldn’t be a cause for particular concern.
<i>Political scientist Gilbert Doktorow on the developing international cooperation among Russia, China, and the United States.</i>
One of the most important questions which foreign policy experts are now discussing is: What will be the new world order following the loss of the American hegemony that dominated the [Read more]
Today, giving back Crimea would be fatal.
Many regard the departure of a key member of the new administration’s security team as a sign of Trump’s weakness.
The superpower status which America has enjoyed over the last decades, not without reason, as well as the declaration that it’s an exceptional nation that by default has more rights than anyone else, couldn’t help but lead to anything other than a logical, yet not-so-pleasant result: The American — and first and [Read more]