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Why Should We Be Grateful to Donald Trump?

Donald Trump’s presidency should serve as a shock for the international community, forcing it to arise from the sweet slumber of recent decades Looking back on the history of international relations over the past three decades it is difficult to avoid ...


The Moment of Truth

... are strong. So for a brief few days last week, one might contemplate, whether Trump would start a war for the sake of Israel. But no. President Trump does not want to go to war, not even for Israel. We should all be happy. Be glad, that Donald Trump, and not Hillary Clinton, sits in the White House. Hillary Clinton never refrained from supporting wars, and also when carrying out those wars in practice. Had Hillary Clinton been sitting in the White House, she would be speaking in a much ...


What Is the US Endgame in Iran?

An increased American pressure on Iran makes Tehran even more dependent on major US geopolitical adversaries — China and Russia The Trump administration has decided to designate Iran's Islamic Revolution’s Guard Corps (IRGC) as a foreign terrorist organization. It is the first time when Washington includes into its list of terrorist organizations an official institution of a foreign state. Moreover, the IRGC is not just another institution, it is arguably the backbone of the Iranian political...


What Assange Will Tell Congress (Good for Russia...)

... Wikileaks.  Seth Rich was consequently targeted for assasination by Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and this will be exposed. 2.  Julian Assange will confirm that Roger Stone, Jerome Corsi, and others had nothing to do with coordinating with him to benefit Donald Trump. 3.  Julian Assange will confirm that he shared with Swiss Bank whistleblower Brad Birkenfeld the Wikileaks cables from Hillary Clinton’s State Department communications from 2009 that contained a “racketeering conspiracy to finance ...


The House That Built Who?

... As for the former, the U.S.’s secession from the INF Treaty and the lack of interest in extending START mean that this topic is in limbo. As regards the latter, if the U.S. announcement to pull out of Syria is not a trick but the implementation of Donald Trump’s long cherished plans, then one more area of interaction—measures to avoid dangerous incidents—will be gone too. This does not mean an end to the Russian-American competition in the Middle East, but it will become non-contact, indirect ...


Mueller never heard our side

Russian Senator Konstantin Kosachev tells Christiane Amanpour why he thinks the Mueller investigation was biased and "not a fair approach." Russian Senator Konstantin Kosachev tells Christiane Amanpour why he thinks the Mueller investigation was biased and "not a fair approach Source: CNN


America. A system that doesn't work anymore

... tariffs on Chinese telecom company ZTE. ● On July 6, 2018, the United States imposed 25% tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods, in the same vein China also levied tariffs on U.S. products. Again, on July 10, on orders from U.S. President Donald Trump, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Office published a list of $200 billion in Chinese products that could be subject to another 10% tariff. ● Trump has stated that US has been treated unfairly and the tariffs were essential to protect ...


Prospects of Resolving the Korean Nuclear Problem

... again started discussing the possibility of a nuclear war when Pyongyang violated the resolutions of the UN Security Council by holding another, sixth nuclear test and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles in 2017, and when U.S. President Donald Trump, speaking at the UN General Assembly, responded by talking about the complete destruction of North Korea. Inter-Korean normalization could give a powerful impetus to resolving the nuclear problem since North Korea’s nuclear missile program ...


Russia–U.S. Relations Will Not Get Any Better

Interview with Sergey Rogov Recently, the international agenda has been dominated by the tensions in Russia–U.S. relations, the probable impeachment of Donald Trump, the sanctions regime and the destruction of arms control mechanisms. We asked RIAC Member and Scientific Director of Institute for U.S. and Canadian Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Sergey Rogov to share his thoughts on these ...


From Pepe the Frog to #10yearschallenge: Why Politicians Have Turned to Memes

... about this form of communication, it has long been the norm in the West, and in the United States in particular. What else could we have expected when the president of the country is a living, walking meme? Even before embarking upon a political career, Donald Trump had established himself as a branding expert. His “You’re fired” catchphrase from the TV show The Apprentice and indeed Trump himself (as a symbol of luxury and wealth) have long been brands. Perhaps some of his tweets are too straightforward ...


Poll conducted

  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
    Demilitarization of the region based on Russia-China "Dual Freeze" proposal  
     36 (35%)
    Restoring multilateral negotiation process without any preliminary conditions  
     27 (26%)
    While the situation benefits Kim Jong-un's and Trump's domestic agenda, there will be no solution  
     22 (21%)
    Armed conflict still cannot be avoided  
     12 (12%)
    Stonger deterrence on behalf of the U.S. through modernization of military infrastructure in the region  
     4 (4%)
    Toughening economic sanctions against North Korea  
     2 (2%)
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