For Biden and other westerners, the 1990s was simply a decade we need not mention or remember. For Russians, it can’t be forgotten.
Not many people had expected the U.S. to turn to Europe for natural gas this winter.
Ending an Obama policy of isolating Moscow, the top military leaders of NATO and Russia are planning to meet in Azerbaijan later this month.
The United States and Russia seem to be returning to an arms race they halted a generation ago.
The key question at the heart of this investigation is not whether the Russians had dirt on Clinton, including damaging emails. The issue is whether the Trump campaign was working with Russian officials to acquire and disseminate information about her that could be used to tilt the 2016 election.
But a man can dream.
The book ‘Fire and Fury’ sparks a rift between Trump and Bannon, the FBI revives scrutiny of the Clinton Foundation, and GOP Senators target the author of the Steele dossier. Best-selling author Max Blumenthal breaks down the growing intra-elite clashes and the key developments that are being overlooked
The running joke in today’s Washington is that one risks a subpoena merely for ordering a salad with Russian dressing.
LOST OPPORTUNITY….Once the USA was extremely popular in Russia. In the early 90s a high of 80% felt good about the USA. 35% then thought the US was friendly and 3% thought it hostile: today it’s 3% and 59% respectively.
With the demise of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, many experts felt that the threat of nuclear war had receded.