... may be no coincidence that the Russian provocation happened within 24 hours of the North Korean one. This action is the sort of contemptuous gestures Putin used with the practitioner of “strategic patience,” Barack Obama. Our new president, Donald Trump, paying for his too willing outreach to Putin. Knowing our president, he doesn’t want to be another Obama! We must respond in a tough way. The president must go to the brink and even consider taking out the North Korean site that launched ...
- 29.11.2017 16:38:36
... Russiagates – Trump’s and now Hillary’s – are deepening domestic conflicts, and calls for Trump’s impeachment grow. Where is the US headed? Flickr / Elvert Barnes
Trump and Putin’s Joint Statement on Syria
Among the accomplishments of Donald Trump’s just completed Far East tour was a joint statement on November 11 with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Syria. (Their planned Danang summit was canceled, however. As prominent advisor to the Russian foreign affairs ministry Andrey ...
- 29.11.2017 16:22:01
... mostly made by Saudis but very much welcomed by Russians.Indeed, a lot has changed in the the world since 2015, not only the Saudi King. The Syrian conflict has de-escalated dramatically thanks to the Russian participation and diplomacy. Furthermore, Donald Trump came to power promising less US commitment to allies and specifically NATO. Also there is the signature of Iran Nuclear Deal by world powers. As follows, I will discuss each of the above and highlight their direct impact on Russia-Saudi rapprochement ...
- 06.11.2017 20:38:25
After the announcement of president Trump new South Asian strategy and according to our sources within the American intelligence community, the US forces will double their offensives on insurgency/Taliban which the Pentagon refers to special operations, known as ‘surge’. Many US Non-Official Cover (NOCs) or espionage activities will be increased. Furthermore the CIA and US intelligence community will multiply their Afghan ‘Snitches’ and maximize their operations all over Afghanistan. This calls...
- 25.10.2017 15:25:13
... in Winik's words, ''Men were not hanged, they were saluted . . . they were not humiliated or beaten, they were embraced. Some of this was by design; much of it occurred spontaneously. They [the defeated] were even allowed to keep their horses.” Donald Trump is not Abraham Lincoln. A patriotic builder, yet at times erratic, he is learning on the job the art of politics and even our history. He is also beset with continual harassment by the alt left while trying to fulfil his awesome presidential ...
- 18.08.2017 15:40:33
... facing, more may now be at stake than Trump’s presidency.
The term “Russiagate” refers to the 2016 theft by Russia of the DNC’s emails and hacking of Hillary Clinton’s insecure server to provide opposition research favorable to Donald Trump. “I love it,” responded Donald Trump, Jr., to an email from Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, promising “high level and sensitive information that would incriminate Hillary.” On June 9, 2016, Donald Trump, Jr., Trump son-in-law ...
- 17.08.2017 14:23:22
Since Donald Trump came to power in the United States of America, tough discussions have taken place amongst the major strategists and foreign policy runners in Washington in order to devise a strategy for the war-torn country Afghanistan.The new strategy will ...
- 17.08.2017 11:56:36
Since Donald Trump took over the oval office, uncertainty has two-folded and the International Liberal Order came under jeopardy. Even some analysts smack the drum of the end of the unipolar world. It was more evident during the G20 summit, which American lost ...
- 17.07.2017 23:40:34
... Naval Post-Graduate School. He was also a consultant to senior members of Reagan administration. Executive Summary Behind the ongoing media frenzy, America seems deeply divided over whether to pursue a hard line with Russia or to cooperate with it. With Donald Trump favoring the latter course, Moscow “voted” for him in the 2016 elections. But the Kremlin’s cybernetic interference in the election has led to ongoing Russo-gate and efforts by President Trump’s foes to paint him as a Manchurian candidate....
- 26.06.2017 10:26:33
Honourable Sir,Its ideed an honour knowing you and getting connected with you on Linkedin.I am Ratnesh Dwivedi,a Journalist,Professor and Teerorism researcher with a keen eye on Islamist Terrorism through my association with Secindef-an counter terrorism out fit comprising persons from Israel and USA agencies. I can not express my happiness to know you and willing to learn a lot from you.I shall be thankful if you can leave your contact details-Skype id,mail id and Mobile number here so I may remain...
- 26.06.2017 06:54:01
... the State will not be equal to the strain.” – Sun Tzu EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: “America will not lead from behind. America First does not mean America alone. It is a commitment to protecting and advancing our vital interests…” So wrote President Donald Trump’s NSA, General H.R. McMaster, with Gary Cohn, head of the National Economic Council, in the Wall Street Journal. What follows is a discussion of US leaders’ failed strategies in several wars, Trump’s team of generals, and the emerging ...
- 23.06.2017 12:33:36
What advice could a 93-year-old political guru give to President Trump on his dealings with Russia?During his presidential campaign Donald Trump often highlighted the necessity of repairing relations with Russia presumably ruined by the outgoing Obama administration. However, this task has appeared to be a hard nut to crack. In Washington controversy over alleged Russian meddling ...
- 22.05.2017 19:36:01
Unafraid, Bipartisan, Uphold U.S. and Freedom It looks like no one has the courage to tell you -- but we -- your supporters since July 4, 2015 -- will do so. You must cease calling bloody dictator, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un a “smart cookie” and saying you’d be “honored to meet him.” Flattery will get him everywhere and you nowhere. You must also not appease another bloody dictator in the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte. If NSA General H.R. McMaster and Secretary of Defense General James Mattis, already...
- 02.05.2017 21:54:35
... election campaign is that it triggers a negative impact on the reputation of the US democracy and elections abroad particularly in authoritarian, non-democratic regimes, and vulnerable democracies. Both the republican and democratic presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have a share in that negative impact. Trump’s locker room comments regarding women and subsequent allegations by various women regarding his sexual misconduct caused a scandal. For foreign audience, the serial allegations ...
- 07.11.2016 16:45:00
American Presidential elections are approaching in November, and are getting more attention than normal this year because of two unusually high profile and controversial candidates: Hillary Clinton (Democrat) and Donald Trump (Republican). Polls as of mid-September suggest a close race. But while polls report voter preferences, it is important to understand that winning also depends on two other issues: first, which voters actually go to the polls, and second,...
- 27.09.2016 14:53:00
... was to pull the United States out of NATO, there will continue to exist significant political, military, and diplomatic deterrence to disincentivize any potential Russian threat in the Baltic.
1. David E. Sanger and Maggie Haberman, “Donald Trump Sets Conditions for Defending NATO Allies Against Attack,” The New York Times, 20 July 2016, http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/21/us/politics/donald-trump-issues.html?_r=0;
“Transcript: Donald Trump on NATO, Turkey’s Coup ...
- 10.08.2016 10:30:00
Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton emerged as the leaders for the republicans and democrats respectively at the end of the decisive Super Tuesday on March 1. These results, though not final raise important questions on the notion and the role of American ...
- 17.03.2016 00:21:00