In a column entitled "Trump's Sad, Lonely Life," (NYT, 10/11/16) ...
There has been a barrage of accusations that the presidential election process is unfair and fixed. These accusations should be aimed at the Russians. They are the ones who are trying to fix the election.
Co authored with Helen Berger, Resident Scholar Brandeis University Women's Studies Research Center Often during presidential elections one side or ...
When I learned that Wikileaks had released more documents with the aim of casting more harsh light on Hillary Clinton's campaign, my first reaction was why did this latest installment have to be so strategically timed.
While the decision day of November 8, 2016 is fast approaching the US electorate, it is regrettable many will find themselves voting for the presidential candidate they think sucks less. The Kremlin, led by Vladimir Putin, has made their choice early on.
So maybe Donald Trump's candidacy really is dead this time. Unlike all the other times the media and various high-minded types who have consistently f...
When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump address security challenges to America and its allies in the next four years, Vladimir Putin's Russia will loom large.
She is not going to move the voters with her oratory skills, or by making promises that everyone already predicts. She needs to narrow her communication gap with the voters by dispensing with the guarded persona that muddles her message--even though the content in her message is far more defined, corporeal, and nuanced than her opponent's rather murky "plans" (declarations only, no details).
The Russian state media's information war with Saudi Arabia and the United States over Yemen furthers Russia's strategic interests in two main ways. First, by depicting Saudi Arabia as a savage aggressor in Yemen, the Russian government has strengthened its covert efforts to rally international support around the Houthis' cause.
Trump has no actual talent, and the attention span of a three-year old on any subject -- other than himself, that is... His uncle is an MIT professor, his sister is a judge and he is... what? Basically, a flim-flam man.
For Vladimir Putin, personal political interests always trump the interests of the Russian Federation.
A couple of Rand Corporation scholars have discovered America's problem vis-à-vis Russia: Washington isn't willing to use its military as much. This has given Moscow an apparently unfair advantage in challenging America. Maybe Washington should reconsider its policy, they suggest.
It was a beautiful thing to watch. There's nothing sweeter than witnessing a Donald Trump implosion in front of 100-million people. I suspect the first presidential debate will likely go down as the modern-day Kennedy-Nixon contest for its ultimate impact on the election.
Of the many foreign policy pots and pans left neglected on the next President's stove, the one marked "Ukraine" may be ready to boil over.
By David Wemer When nineteen-year-old American swimmer ...
MOSCOW -- If the tough economic crisis hasn't impacted Putin's popularity, then there is not much else that could.