President Trump undercut his own Ambassador to the United Nations today by blocking the imposition of new sanctions on Russia.
As expected, Russia has retaliated for the retaliation against it in connection with the attempted murder of a former Russian spy and his daughter in the United Kingdom.
President Trump continues to obsequiously praise Russian President Vladimir Putin
To nobody’s surprise, Vladimir Putin has won re-election to another term as Russia’s President.
A contest with no serious challenger will make him the longest-serving Russian leader since Stalin.
Not unexpectedly, Russia has retaliated for Great Britain’s retaliation for Russia’s apparent assassination attempt on British history.
Theresa May has expelled 23 Russian diplomats and convened the North Atlantic Council.
Once again, President Trump is going soft on Russia. Why? I’ll leave that up to the reader to decide.
Vladimir Putin will easily win re-election, but some are beginning to wonder who or what comes after him.
Even during an overseas trip, President Trump continues to try to undermine the Russia investigation.
Donald Trump kowtows to Vladimir Putin yet again.
Vice-President Pence is advocating the admission of Georgia into NATO. That would be a bad idea.
Is there anyone in the Trump Administration or family who hasn’t held undisclosed meetings with Russians?
The story about the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia didn’t start with Michael Flynn, and it isn’t going to end with his resignation.
Republicans sure have changed their mind about Vladimir Putin.
New information raises serious questions about the integrity of the 2016 elections, and about Donald Trump and his supporters.
Donald Trump’s admiration and praise for the dictatorial leader of Russia should be sufficient reason to disqualify him from being President of the United States.
To the surprise of many, Russia’s President announced that Russia would begin winding down its six month old intervention in Syria.
Russian President Vladimir Putin had some praise for Donald Trump of all people.
Some analysts are already suggesting that Russia’s two month old intervention in Syria is becoming a quagmire. That seems to be a premature judgment, but it’s not accomplishing much more than anything the West is doing.
France’s President has spent the week trying to forge and agreement on an anti-ISIS policy, but the two nations that matter the most also disagree the most.
Tensions between Russia and Turkey remain high in the wake of yesterday’s incident, but there are some signs that things are starting to cool down.
A well-founded fear of ISIS seems to be drawing many of the former Soviet Republics in Central Asia closer to Moscow.
If a Russian solider dies, it’s now a secret thanks to a new decree signed by the Russian President.
For a year that started out with regaining long-lost territory in Ukraine, 2014 is not ending so well for Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
Russia’s own government is projecting that its economy will slip into recession next year. How that will impact Putin’s current belligerence remains to be seen.
A new poll finds that a majority of Germans support sanctions against Russia, even if those sanctions end up hurting the German economy.
Vladimir Putin’s latest actions seems to have exhausted Germany’s patience.
The rebels in eastern Ukraine continue to suffer setbacks, and Russia is massing troops on the border again.
If you live in Russia, you’re getting a different version of the story of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Vladimir Putin has become immensely popular in Russia again, and its not hard to figure out why.
Yesterday’s events are likely to be a game changer, but how the game plays out depends largely on how Europe reacts.
In the end, the separatists in eastern Ukraine have always been expendable as far as Vladimir Putin is concerned.
The European far right has found a friend in an unlikely place.
It appears what we’ve got here is a failure to communicate.
The bizarre conservative love affair with Vladimir Putin continues.
The Cold War may be over, but the negative opinions in the U.S. regarding Russia and its leadership seem to have continued.