It’s hard to believe that many Democrats will accept the eventual tally out of Iowa, especially given that it will be proffered by the same people who spent the last three and a half years blaming Trump’s win in 2016 on Russian interference.
The author Natylie Baldwin asks ACEWA editor James Carden (also of The Nation magazine and the Simone Weil Center for Political Philosophy), about the foreign policy views within the Obama-era State Department.
On January 23, Russian President Vladimir Putin was in Israel to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz by the Soviet (mostly Russian) army.
NATO expansion was pre-cooked in 1993. It would have taken an extraordinarily farsighted president, largely immune from political pressures, to have opted for political, military and economic engagement without NATO expansion.
Until last week, the hands of the famed Doomsday Clock remained steady since 2018: two minutes to midnight
New swamp report:$174 million was poured into the D.C. influence game over four years—that’s double earlier estimates.
The misconduct for which Donald Trump has been impeached centers on an attempt to drag a foreign government into a U.S. election campaign. That caper has increased public attention to the problem of foreign interference in U.S. politics, but the problem is more extensive than discourse about the impeachment process would suggest.
How a discredited foreign policy ideology continues to wreak havoc in Washington and around the world.
The Moscow-Beijing collaborative relations have already yielded major shifts in the military balance in the Asia-Pacific two times. Will the third time be a global transformation?
In December, the Danish Press Board rejected a complaint that William Browder filed against Finans, Finans.dk, a Danish financial news outlet, part of the national daily Jyllands-Posten, that reported on his tax evasion and invented Magnitsky story in a documented exposé by journalists Jette Aagaard and Kristoffer Brahm.