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In America, we were once taught that those who told the truth, those who issued warnings, no matter how personally inconvenient, were heroes. What happened to that American value?
Gen. James Jones is a well-educated, respected military professional. He is President Obama's National Security Adviser. Ordinarily, that would be good news for all Americans. But here's why we should worry.
Even the cynics might have felt a sputter of optimism when the Kremlin youth group Nashi, Vladimir Putin's militant pep squad, announced its plans for this year's doctrinal summer camp at lake Seliger.
It is one of Russia's oldest traditions to write directly to the Tsar when something goes wrong. Putin did not create this mentality. It is just a symptom of an authoritarian state that rests upon a giant, immovable bureaucracy.
On Friday, Russia drew the kind of fire from the Iranian President that he usually reserves for the worst of the kafirs in the United States. As repor...
In the wake of the June 28 arrest of ten alleged Russian spies living in the U.S., an opinion piece in today's The Moscow Times, boldly criticized Russia's intelligence services.
Looking back, there were clues I didn't take seriously enough. Were they Russian spies? Or a couple that revolutionized yardwork?
It certainly looked like Dmitry Medvedev had a good time on his first trip to America last week as Russia's president. It was all a far cry from the bleak old days of the Cold War.
The warm welcome of Medvedev by Obama served a clear domestic political purpose: the administration is parading Medvedev as a foreign policy success story. That perception depends on whom you are talking to.
And with Iran's documented exportation of terror into Latin America, Venezuela is Iran's ultimate forward base for that terror state's ambitions in Latin America.
In today's crisis-facing global economy, bribes cause nuclear weapons and guided missile technology to get loose a lot faster than cries for holy war.
Could it really cost Putin that much to allow a few thousand protestors to rally in Moscow, even if they demand his resignation, even if they make the evening news?
Choices: Focus on fourteen critical decisions in the book, or leave the number vague. Decision: Focus on fourteen critical decisions. Outcome: Bad! I could only think of fifteen.
It was funny at first, but now a Kremlin critic with some actual moral standing has gotten caught up in the latest Russian honey trap, which has been baiting one opposition figure after another.
Putin's promise of additional weapons sales, and assistance to help Venezuela draw up plans for a nuclear power plant only complicates the hemispheric security and development agenda.