Do sanctions work? More precisely, have the sanctions imposed on Russia in recent years worked?
Fears of Russian domination through gas sales ignore earlier pipeline projects.
Russian President Vladimir Putin flew into Berlin late Saturday afternoon to strengthen a brittle relationship with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and quell dissent over a controversial expansion of the Nord Stream gas pipeline.
What began as only Russophobic rhetoric seems to have turned into a witch hunt, as President Trump calls it.
For nearly 100 years, Russia has been under US sanctions, often to the detriment of American national security.
On my recent trip to Russia, I spent an hour with Mikhail Gorbachev.
Bloomberg provides yet another example of shoddy journalism in the service of RussiaGate – Editor.
The nuclear danger remains very real, and we need urgent action to address it — including public pressure.
“The US has declared economic war on Russia,” Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on August 10 in remarks that set the stage for a real military clash between the two countries.
As NATO military forces roll into the Caucasus region, Moscow observes and calculates its next move.