A critical component of the political confrontation that is influencing the sides’ behavior is the energy factor.
[Trump and Sanders] both honor the sentiments of the protest against the established political system.
Nuclear war now seems to be right at our very doorstep, making the whole situation indistinguishable from that of the Cold War at its zenith.
In order to understand Obama’s treatment of Russian politics concerning the conflict in Ukraine, all we need to do is ask ourselves how John McCain would have done it differently.
An ammonia leak in the U.S. segment of the International Space Station (ISS) and the hospitality of the Russian astronauts at a time of a deep confrontation between our countries demonstrates that we still can collaborate. At least until 2017.
As the political and security trends of the 21st century change, they will follow two primary developments. The first is the course of action America will take in battling terrorism, and the second is the geopolitical and geoeconomic competition between major powers. However, with the great financial crisis, it seems [Read more]
In Russia, they are awaiting Barack Obama’s reply to his invitation to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Victory Day.
Do you hear the contacts cracking and the land heaving? Humanity is molting, shedding the dead skin in which the high and mighty have imprisoned it. The American “city on a hill,” the symbol of American messianism and dominance over the world; this city is quaking, and it looks like it’s become infested. The [Read more]
Anti-Russian sentiment on the part of Republicans could decrease over time, especially if the conflict in Ukraine becomes overshadowed by some new crisis or subsides. Should it not, a Republican president could reinforce the anti-Russian efforts of the Republican congressmen in just two years.