In Azerbaijan, as in Ukraine, the U.S. must see through the deception
Opponents of natural gas exploration have a friend in the Russian president.
‘We have an opportunity to sell surplus American energy to our friends and allies in Europe’
Participants consider it street justice
His 60 Minutes interview, claiming we won in Ukraine, was full to bursting with misrepresentations and naiveté.
Cold War alliance politics is a poor fit for an age of limited war and covert insurgencies.
The president expects too much from the ineffectual body.
New President Petro Poroshenko has founded a ‘Spiritual Restoration Committee’
‘Things aren’t going so smoothly’
‘It’s time to stop helping the drug cartels’
Obama’s pledges and Biden’s bluster invite danger without commensurate action.
‘I want to remind you that Russia is one of the most powerful nuclear nations’
‘There are no Machiavellis in the Obama administration, only Elmer Fudds.’
Business as usual
‘I thought the president could no longer surprise me. I was wrong’
‘Russian combat soldiers…are operating inside Ukraine’s sovereign territory’
‘Um . . . uh . . . to act . . . to cross the border in an unauthorized way.”
Russia denies the report, calls it ‘fantasty’
Three small Baltic countries worry Russia will invade them — again