Ambassador Anatoly Antonov participated in a Webinar with National Interest editor Jacob Heilbrunn. They discussed a variety of issues including the current controversy over Russia’s role in Afghanistan and alleged bounties. Antonov declared, “We are in close contact with our American official colleagues and we are of course discussing all issues regarding this provocation used [and] published by some mass media in the United States.”
This is likely to lead to many violations of civil liberties committed in the name of national security.
In the post-Cold War world, author David Shimer views the U.S. as finally able to pursue its mission all along: democracy promotion.
Today, the threat posed by nuclear weapons is just as great as it was nearly 40 years ago.
Against a hostile media – and a powerful fossil lobby, young people in Russia are coming out to build a safe climate future.
From his infamous unsubtle moustache to his bellicosity, Bolton traffics on a self-image of straight shooter who sprints towards gunfire.
For the first time since January, representatives from the United States and Russia recently met in Vienna for the latest round of strategic security dialogues, which included a discussion on the last remaining agreement on nuclear weapons: the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START).
William Browder’s Magnitsky story is a pillar of Russiagate.
The most fundamental task of both journalists and intelligence analysts is to clarify the often blurry line separating truth and falsehood.
The West’s isolation of Russia has helped Moscow acquiesce in an expanded Chinese presence it would once have resented.