In the last years of his presidency, Barack Obama has clearly displayed an unhealthy obsession with Russia. Any speech that has even a little bit to do with international relations without fail includes a reference to Russia, Moscow and Putin.
During his speech at the U.N. General Assembly, the U.S. president [Read more]
"...The fundamental concern is that the individual has the confidence of the American people. Therefore we have never interfered, are not interfering, and will not interfere in the internal political process,” Putin emphasized.
If the dialogue between our countries were entrusted to such people with a similar level of trust toward their neighbor, it would be altogether different.
Trump covers his tracks well and shakes off the bits of actual political reality that sometimes find their way into his words by chance.
Relations between the United States and Russia this year can hardly be called “friendly,” or even “neutral.”
Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev doesn’t like to talk to journalists. But then he’s a member of the narrow circle of the country’s top leadership. For nearly 10 years, from 1998 to 2008, Patrushev was head of the FSB.* And since Dmitri Medvedev’s accession to the presidency, he’s been the [Read more]
What should Russia do if overseas it’s considered a threat far worse than all the terrorist organizations put together?
It is not clear why the Americans believe they can maintain sanctions and other actions to express their concern regarding Russian activities in Crimea, but that they can ignore increased Russian military action in the Arctic and attempt a reconciliation regarding the region.