The U.S. government has taken sweeping retaliatory measures against Russia for alleged hacking and interference in the U.S. presidential election. Such measures include the removal of 35 diplomats from the Russian Embassy and Russian Consulate, the closure of two Russian facilities and five institutions including the [Read more]
Russian excitement surrounding Trump has a very a) artificial and b) clearly unhealthy character.
Clinton’s defeat disappointed not just American liberals but Russian conservatives as well.
Either abandon the idea of uncontested American hegemony and normalize relations with Moscow, or continue the confrontation, teetering on the brink between a new Cold War and World War III.
Barack Obama is setting back the history of Russian-American relations by decades.
Moscow and Washington have not been able to act on the rhetoric repeated day and night ... regarding the necessity of a political solution.
The CCP and Russia were once close to the United States, but U.S. actions have since driven the two mutual adversaries into each other’s arms.
The next U.S. president may be any kind of politician you like, but he or she will not be a pro-Russian one.
Are Russia and the West fighting as usual, or is the relationship warming up?
It’s not up to an expert on bombing Afghan weddings to accuse us of "non-precision bombing."