Former Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland made a bombshell admission Wednesday at an otherwise quiet hearing of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
I’ve just arrived in Nizhny Novgorod after a couple of days in Moscow. So, here is the good and bad of my initial impressions of World Cup 2018…
National security adviser John Bolton will visit Moscow next week to discuss a potential meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the White House said on Thursday morning.
California Gov. Jerry Brown and prominent former U.S. officials wrote to the Senate majority leader the previous month decrying the W76-2 as a gateway to nuclear catastrophe – reports The Washington Post.
Talk about a gas pipeline from Russia down through the Korean Peninsula has resurfaced amid a flurry of activity after the summit in Singapore and the Russian leader could be destined to play a key role in upcoming initiatives.
I keep seeing stories like this, literally dozens of them, whose main thrust is a breathless warning that Russian news influences — whether from direct sources like RT or “Kremlin line” ones like the Ron Paul Institute [?!?!?] — are totally wiping the floor with mainstream media, along with Western government press departments and the whole universe of Western think tanks, NGO’s and opinion setters.
In these most dangerous of times in US-Russian relations, American politics is consumed by a Russiagate “core narrative” that is essentially a conspiracy theory about an alleged conspiracy.
The awful night my family crossed the Soviet border is still seared in my mind.
Trump’s case for America First must refute internationalism’s root strategic assumptions and transform the nation’s definition of foreign-policy success.
Moscow is the vibrant heart of this soccer celebration…