If you didn’t know where you were, you would be hard pressed to know you were in Moscow as opposed to any other European capital. That's Russia today.
From the crescent of Syria to the plains of Libya, to the former Yazidi homelands of Iraq and the streets of Donetsk, former U.S. President Barack Obama left in his wake a legacy of death, misery and chaos that has killed millions in the Middle East, while swamping the continent of Europe with refugees.
Was President Trump's missile strike against Syria one of those "it's not you, it's me" texts?
Roger Stone denied any collusion with the Russians during the 2016 campaign denouncing the accusations against him as "demagoguery, red-baiting" McCarthyism.
FBI Director Comey confirmed an investigation of collusion with Russian officials by Roger Stone and Paul Manafort, and that 9 current and former Obama officials committed serious felonies by leaking classified information.
Putin made a gamble in backing Trump, and it seems to be paying off for him. What does he win, and what do Europe and America lose in Putin's high-risk game?
Before Obama leaves the White House, and before Hillary Clinton runs for mayor of New York City, all kinds of intelligence operations should be initiated to help President Trump eradicate the shadowy, sleezy, and corrupt habits of the entrenched political class.
Obama urged U.S. “friends and allies around the world” to "oppose Russia’s efforts to interfere with "democratic governance.” But he still can't say radical Islam.
The U.S. sanctions against Russia include ejecting Russian diplomats and closing two Russian compounds. The Russian response does not include closing a school.
Who's done a better job of manipulating America's election this year: Russia's FSB or America's HRC? With help from media friends, HRC is better, hands down.
The terrorist plot discovered by Russia in Crimea last month was absurd and manufactured, a classically Russian stratagem. And it flopped this week in China.
Is NATO irrelevant? Russian aggression in Ukraine, its threat to the Baltics, its new generation of ICBMs, and the calculating Mr. Putin himself all say "NO."
American politics these days is reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland's Mad Hatter: “When I say ‘Yes,’ I mean ‘No,’ and when I say ‘No,’ I mean ‘Yes.’”
WASHINGTON, March 21, 2016 – When Donald Trump proposed “taking out the families” of ISIS fighters, political opponents conjured up a vision of American soldiers kicking in doors, finding ISIS-affiliated women and children cowering in corners and gunning them down in cold blood. Yet this is not what Trump sanctioned. And the only dastardly attack so ...
Tough talk from Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump may just be what is needed to bringing a real solution to eliminating ISIS. But are we ready to turn the Syrian Desert into glass?
Turkey's decision to shoot down a Russian jet on a mission against ISIS targets in Syria not only killed a Russian pilot but also mortally wounded NATO.
The West looks weak and fractured; Obama says NATO won’t fight Russia in Ukraine, Putin is convinced that it can’t, and Merkel can't tell offense from defense.
Vladimir Putin's foreign and domestic policies are nothing new; they're as old as Muscovy and were used by Brezhnev. Putin is thoroughly Russian.
Ukraine's parliament voted to end the country's non-aligned status, and they've also cut Crimea's electricity, but the prisoner swap finally went forward.
WASHINGTON, December 27, 2014 – An unnamed North Korean official speaking for North Korea’s National Defense Commission called President Obama a “monkey” on Saturday. In a statement blaming the U.S. for internet failures that plagued the country this week, the official said, “Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a ...