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Where the 2020 Candidates Stand on Russia

... Biden has a reputation for bringing a sort of charm when it comes to building relations with other countries, it’s unlikely that he’ll carry with him that charm to build better relations with Russia. Biden is the most likely candidate to unseat Donald Trump, which means that Russia-U.S. relations are likely to continue being hostile, confrontational, and counterproductive. Tulsi Gabbard Tulsi Gabbard Photo by Lorie Shaull CC BY-SA 2.0 While there are no candidates running who can be described ...


2020 Forecast: Revealing the Future of the Middle East

The impeachment process of US President Donald Trump and the US role in the MENA region would determine the future of conflicts in many countries starting from Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Libya and the future government in Lebanon, Iraq and Algeria, Turkey and Iran “When I thought I had already ...


Russia-2019: A Summing Up of the Economic Track-Record

Russia is approaching the end of 2019 with a set of important achievements that should form the basis for continued resilience to external shocks and the maintenance of macroeconomic stability. Apart from low inflation level (some would argue, however, that it may be too low for comfort), there is also the notable exchange rate stability, strong stock market performance, as well as the launching of the National projects that are currently seen as a key gateway to boosting Russia’s economic growth...


American King Kong and the Law of the Jungle

... States. A significant number of members of Congress do not put one iota of faith in the US Commander-in-Chief. It is no coincidence that the process of approving the budget for 2020 almost coincided with the launch of the impeachment procedure against Donald Trump in the House of Representatives. At one time, Otto von Bismarck remarked on confidence in Russia: “Never believe Russians, because Russians do not even trust themselves.” How can America’s allies, friends and especially opponents trust ...


Annergret Kramp-Karrenbauer and her revolutionary foreign policy objectives for Germany

The end of Second World War followed by the collapse of Nazi Germany, US and its allies began to neutralize fascist elements and pressed on denazification (entzaifizieren) of the German society [to be honest the US and its allies have not done their home work properly to denazify the German society if they really denazified the society, we wouldn’t have had robust fascist elements, right extremists, AFD… in the German society today], the country hasn’t had a preponderate and independent foreign policy...


Goodbye, U.S. Foreign Policy

We’ve reached a new era, when America can become great again, but only within its own limits and borders Since the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump in 2017, U.S. foreign policy has been a rollercoaster. Its ups and downs are far from being predictable. From the outside view, American actions on the international arena seem hectic, which itself affects the international security system,...


“Ukraine-Gate” and Russia

... Issue by Finding a Compromise Solution, then the Russian Leadership Has no Reason to Rejoice at Ukraine-Gate The significance and possible consequences of Ukraine-Gate unfolding in Washington can be assessed in different ways. The suggestion that Donald Trump is trying to use the “Ukraine card” to drive Democrat Joe Biden out of the 2020 presidential race seems absurd to his supporters, but quite convincing to his opponents. Without going into the details of the ongoing scandal, let us try ...


The Side on Northeastern Syria That US Media Keep Dark

Media fail to recognize that the area between Ras Al Ain and Tal Abyad is almost entirely Arab and try to prove that a demographic change is taking place US President Donald Trump took several decisions on the Syria conflict recently, which triggered political and media pressure on him. Most criticism either attempted to score political and media points against Trump or stemmed from motives that have nothing to do ...


The Syrian Crisis Is Now Russia’s to Resolve

... play a role in Syria, but if it wants to be the leading power, simply filling the void left by the US will not be enough. It has long been observed that Americans create problems both when they move into foreign countries and when they leave. President Donald Trump’s decision to abandon the US’s Kurdish allies certainly invited the Turks to intervene on a larger scale than before. That presented Moscow with the unpalatable possibility of a direct collision between its allies in Ankara and Damascus....


Syria after the Turkish invasion

Interesting how Western media and politicians react to Trump’s decision in northern Syria. In addition to concerns that ISIS might regain strength, a new civil war, waves of refugees, and humanitarian disaster, one main criticism was that it would destroy the reliability and credibility of the US and if Trump made similar fickle decisions in the Baltics, Eastern Europe or Taiwan it could be misinterpreted as an invitation by Putin and Xi and could lead to threatening situations even between the major...


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    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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