A crucial meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden is scheduled to be held on 16 June 2021, in Geneva, Switzerland. Just recently, President Joe Bidden used a word “Killer” for Russian President Putin, with the Russian President wishing him good health in return. Over the past year, the U.S....
- 09.06.2021 17:33:27
Perhaps, two events have affected Iran-U.S. relations over the past three years. First, Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran in 2018; second, Biden’s victory in the U.S. presidential election in January 2021 was, in fact, Trump’s defeat. Inside Iran, some politicians agreed with Trump’s continued presidency, while others hoped Biden would win. During his election campaign, the Biden administration ...
- 09.06.2021 12:17:02
... Sasse, a Republican Senator from Nebraska who serves on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, demonstrating the significant opposition, particularly from the Republican party, to the announcement that there would be a summit between Presidents Biden and Putin on June 16th in Geneva, Switzerland. Both the Kremlin and White House press releases announcing the summit suggest that the purpose for the meeting is to focus on the stability of U.S-Russian relations and to launch discussion of an assortment ...
- 07.06.2021 13:32:48
Multilateralism can happen without a hegemonic power (the USA) REUTERS/Mike Segar It has already done so for a long time. As I have described earlier: "Nobody waits for Biden" (or the USA). The World is everywhere moving fast around the USA - leaving an ever more bewildered USA behind. US President Biden doesn't get it. Biden still lives in his inner past experiences of the Cold War and the subsequent American World ...
- 08.02.2021 16:08:01
Biden is elected – with most of the traditional voters, the electoral college and before the postal vote is counted, which will probably strengthen him. The former Trump TV station Fox News announced Biden’s election victory and former Florida Governor ...
- 12.11.2020 15:53:40
... that only Russia can provide?Reuters © Alexander NatruskinNixon and Reagan were the hardest anti-Communists. They both had political backing in their "Hinterland". Nixon used this to open to China, while Reagan used it to open to Russia. Biden could do the same. Do Biden and Putin "like" each other? Perhaps yes, perhaps not so much. But they are both professional, and as professionals they may come to like and respect each other once they see mutual advantages of working together....
- 10.11.2020 18:56:10
... Brussels against Moscow, the process that eventually lead the EU to jump on the anti-Russian bandwagon was neither so straightforward nor free of concerns.
A vivid picture of the events behind the headlines was depicted by U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden, during a speech held at Harvard Kennedy School in Boston on October 3, who commented:
“[omissis] that has allowed us to rally the world’s major developed countries to impose real cost on Russia.
It is true they did not want to do ...
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