I have been pondering President Trump’s words in the interview with Bill O’Reilly, regarding Vladimir Putin, since I heard them on the news last night.
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo will attempt to enlist German Chancellor Angela Merkel in her effort to reform the European Union (EU).
Many of our NATO allies don’t pay enough for the collective defense.
The Russian armed forces have signed a 49-year lease with Syria giving the navy use of the port of Tartus the air force use of the base at Hmeymim.
Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko said that the Russian government was “open to dialogue” about potentially ending the U.S. adoption ban.
Russia announced it will upgrade its facilities in Syria to handle increased naval and air traffic, as well as make them permanent facilities.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said in Moscow the Kremlin wants to avoid an arms race and will shift focus to conv. precision guided munitions.
The dossier released by CNN and BuzzFeed that makes salacious allegations against Donald Trump was written by a political hack, not a intelligence spook.
Human life in Russia is an uncertain proposition, which everyone knows could end early. There is a pervasive fatalism giving it an edge in Syrian affairs.
Absolute power, they say, corrupts absolutely. Brussels, the seat of power of the European Union, is learning that lesson the hard way.