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Washington Needs New Mindset for a US-Russia Reset
Editorial
Washington Needs New Mindset for a US-Russia Reset
May 17, 2019

Having sharp differences and opposing views is not a problem. Diplomacy is all about robust exchange of views and criticisms. Pompeo’s engagement with Moscow shows that the Trump administration is willing to build on diplomatic relations based on mutual respect.

What Putin and Pompeo Did Not Talk About
May 16, 2019

Even veiled by thick layers of diplomatic fog, the overlapping meetings in Sochi between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and President Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov still offer tantalizing geopolitical nuggets. Let’s briefly review what became public of the discussions on multiple (hot and cold) conflict fronts – Venezuela, North Korea, Afghanistan, Iran.

What Putin and Pompeo Did Not Talk About
Editor's Сhoice
Why I’m Pro-Detente with Russia
Why I’m Pro-Detente with Russia
May 12, 2019

I realized it wasn’t the Soviet Union that was the great danger, it was the potential of nuclear war, and it’s still the case today – says Stephen Cohen on Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay.

How Popular Culture Erodes Russia’s V-Day Message and What Can Be Done About It
May 9, 2019

Russia needs to get as good at informational war as it is as traditional war to save the memory of their ancestors who gave everything to spare Russians (other Slavs, Jews, etc.) from total extermination.

How Popular Culture Erodes Russia’s V-Day Message and What Can Be Done About It
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Trump and Putin Hold a 90-Minute Telephone Call, US Liberals Go Ballistic
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Trump and Putin Hold a 90-Minute Telephone Call, US Liberals Go Ballistic
May 8, 2019

The mainstream media is totally incapable of casting a gaze beyond the debris-strewn battlefield field known as Russiagate and report on US-Russia relations in a dispassionate and honest manner.

The Russian-China Polar Silk Road Challenges British Geopolitics
April 23, 2019

The dream of Governor Gilpin and Tsar Nicholas II to unite both worlds new and old with rail will occur, as long as the west chooses to take history seriously and not sleepwalk into world war once more.

The Russian-China Polar Silk Road Challenges British Geopolitics
Security
A Summer of Confrontation Looms in the South China Sea
Security
A Summer of Confrontation Looms in the South China Sea
April 23, 2019

It is obvious that the US armed forces are gearing up for a summer of confronting China, and that this is going to be effected on land, by sea, and in the air. But provocation cannot be accepted indefinitely.

When the Non-Rational Trumps the Rational – And Fuels Our March Towards War
April 22, 2019

Trump’s instincts still remain that a channel with Mr Putin is essential. But the demonization of Russia will not be stilled with the publication of the Mueller investigation. It will just swap to a new narrative.

When the Non-Rational Trumps the Rational – And Fuels Our March Towards War
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