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How Dostoevsky Helps Explain Political Struggle in America

Given the current realities, Russia is a good fit for devil’s role Fyodor Dostoyevsky is one of the most well-known Russian writers in the West. He is often quoted during discussions about the “mysterious Russian soul.” Indeed, the classical literature of any country helps readers better understand its culture. However, very few people would think about using Dostoevsky for understanding not so much Russia as the West itself. What is happening today in the United States provides a good opportunity...

07.09.2018

Russia-US Relations: Slow Steps with Timid Zigzags

The second Putin —Trump summit should not be a repetition of the first The second full-fledged Russian-American summit meeting is postponed until 2019. It is unlikely to be held in January or February – everything will depend on the still poorly predictable dynamics of the domestic political situation in the United States. Anyway, as the presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov optimistically noted recently, even before the end of the year Trump and Putin could meet on the sidelines of various multilateral...

05.09.2018

Looking at Tiananmen Square through the Brandenburg Gate

... Berlin–Beijing axis could become a worthy strategic response to the unprecedentedly strong and brutal U.S. pressure Which country has already suffered the greatest losses through the new U.S. strategy announced a year-and-a-half ago by President Donald Trump? Clearly not Russia, whose relations with Washington were far from perfect even under the previous U.S. administration. Nor is it Mexico or Canada: even Trump is unable to turn the tables on the United States’ relations with its closest ...

30.08.2018

The Memes’ World Order

... sites to post the most shocking meme think of, regardless of whether or not someone truly believed in the message behind it. Various memes were spread first within the community and then bled out to other communities on other sites. Then came candidate Donald Trump. Online community perceived Trump as the ultimate troll candidate. The idea to “take him seriously, not literally” blurred the line between real policy platform and trolling. With Trump, like with the Internet itself, it was hard to ...

09.08.2018

BRICS Summit: A Blessing in Disguise

... organization. It is time for some stock-taking. A Hero on the Stage of another Theatre It would seem that the true hero of the BRICS Summit was someone who is not even a member of the group. We are talking, of course, about President of the United States Donald Trump. Neither did he represent an invited member state either within BRICS Outreach or BRICS-plus. Indeed, he was not even physically present there. Yet it was Trump who helped transform a fairly regular and run-of-the-mill summit into a significant ...

07.08.2018

JULY 2018: That Was

It has been a hectic summer with the month of July full of events keeping reporters busy in covering the FIFA extravaganza in Russia, first-ever full scale Helsinki summit between the US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, BRICS summit in Johannesburg in South Africa and scores of political developments in major capitals, which directly or indirectly, had to some degree an impact on India and its public opinion about Russia....

31.07.2018

Russia Must Show Caution Now That It Has Publicly Sided With Trump

Having publicly entered internal U.S. politics, Russia must be prepared for various unpleasant surprises. The main impression from the meeting between the Russian and U.S. presidents in Helsinki is that Vladimir Putin has apparently decided to back Donald Trump in his confrontation with most of the American political establishment. The Western media is used to presenting Putin and Trump as two peas in a pod, but in Helsinki, the two leaders really did put on a united front against the Democrats,...

26.07.2018

A Roadmap for US-Russia Relations – An American View

... “A Roadmap for Russia-U.S. Relations” provides a methodical Russian perspective of great value.[1] Here I will provide a practical American perspective, with the hope that it might help President Vladimir Putin and his senior aides help President Donald Trump, who is all alone.Let’s start with the fact that the US Government (USG) is in grid-lock, deeply incapacitated by a pathologically dysfunctional secret intelligence community that is – at the highest levels – in constant betrayal of ...

25.07.2018

Was Putin Not Generous Enough In Helsinki?

If Putin does not believe in the political future of Trump, the value of the Helsinki meeting in Putin’s eyes should have been quite limited Vladimir Putin came to Helsinki with much stronger position than Donald Trump did. The Russian leader did not have to worry about a bothersome domestic opposition, a skeptical legislature or a Special Counsel investigating an alleged US interference in the Russian elections. On top of that, Vladimir Putin has an unquestionable ...

23.07.2018

Russia and U.S.: no common language for experts?

Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, on Russiagate, Trump and Putin contacts, expert community and its language. Interview to Picreadi - Creative Diplomacy's Meeting Russia Program. Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, on Russiagate, Trump and Putin contacts, expert community and its language. Interview to Picreadi - Creative Diplomacy's Meeting Russia Program .

20.07.2018
 

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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     22 (21%)
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