The president blames the news media, but the real reason is that Russia and the United States have divergent interests.
The fear is that Donald Trump will give up Kosovo as a bargaining chip to gain Russian cooperation in the Middle East.
On a phone call with Vladimir Putin, the new American president was caught unaware of New START.
Igor Dodon pretends to be at odds with Moldova’s pro-European leaders, but they are allies where it really matters.
There is little honor in a deal with Russia, but it is the pragmatic thing to do so long as the West remains unwilling to take a stand.
Russophiles argue for an accord with Vladimir Putin’s Russia. What would the West gain from such a deal?
Russia’s geopolitical position has improved, but its economy has suffered from the choices Vladimir Putin made.
An accord with Moscow could end liberal democracy in Eastern Europe as well as America’s values-based foreign policy.
Authoritarianism in Russia, Turkey and the United States; a culture war in Europe and a presidential impeachment in Brazil.
2016 was a good year for authoritarians and delivered blow after blow to liberal democracy.
Geopolitics shape events, not the other way around. The assassination does not upset Russo-Turkish relations.
Donald Trump’s pact doesn’t make sense: Neither Bashar Assad nor Russia is interested in defeating the Islamists.