For Russian President Vladimir Putin, the 2011 American military intervention in Libya was a turning point in his attitude toward the United States, according to a lengthy report from The New Yorker examining Russia's interference in...Show More Summary
The New Yorker magazine's latest cover uses their iconic mascot to skewer the relationship between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. "In a riff on the magazine's first cover, from 1925, by Rea Irvin, [artist...Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Moscow's goal in Syria was to "stabilise the legitimate authority" and strike a "decisive blow" against terrorism. "We have no plans to interfere in Syria's internal affairs," he told a group of naval officers returning from Syria, where six years of war have killed more than 310,000 people. Show More Summary
Many Russians believe that President Donald Trump is a “puppet” in Russian President Vladimir Putin’s hands and is being used to fulfill his agenda of discrediting democracies across the world, the editor-in-chief of the Moscow Times, a prominent Russian newspaper critical of Putin’s politics, said...
WHY THE PRESS IS FALLING APART: So when does the other shoe drop? Who’s going to break the story proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the president of the United States is so deeply connected to Russian President Vladimir Putin that the White House has become a Muscovite colony in all but name? […]
A report Monday said that Russia is preparing a psychological dossier on the U.S. president to help Russian President Vladimir Putin plan a meeting with him.
Trump has found supporters among some of the most dangerous and disreputable members of society. We know that white supremacists, Russian presidents, xenophobes, and homophobes all consider him an ally. And among the latest group toShow More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin is fast becoming a more polarizing figure among Americans than ever before as both his approval and disapproval ratings are soaring. Despite receiving highly negative press over his government’s alleged sponsoring of hacks on the U.S. electoral process last year, a...
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow and Washington are not currently holding talks on possible dates for a first meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump, Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said on Wednesday.
Republican attitudes toward the Russian president led the shift in approval.
To the editor: Thanks to Max Boot for voicing many of my own concerns about President Trump’s ties to and admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s oligarchy, which has quashed democracy and impoverished that country in many ways. (“Kremlingate: What did President Trump know and when did...
Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to temporarily recognize passports issued by rebels in Ukraine violates the Minsk peace agreement, a German government spokesman said on Monday. "The recognition of travel documents issuedShow More Summary
A ceasefire aimed at ending the bloody fight between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatists started Monday -- but is already on shaky ground... Russian President Vladimir Putin effectively withdrew from the Minsk agreement last week by signing an executive order recognizing travel documents issued by the separatist authorities in the region. Show More Summary
Mattis has been more critical than Trump of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and distanced himself from Trump's labeling of the media as "the enemy of the American people", saying he had no problems with the press.
Bill Neely of NBC News reports on Vladimir Putin's efforts to understand the psyche of America's reality-show president: A dossier on Donald Trump's psychological makeup is being prepared for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Among its...Show More Summary
It’s good to know a little bit about a person before you and your nation begin an international friendship with him, so Late Week Tonight With John Oliver opened the dossier on Russian president Vladimir Putin last night to see if, as President Trump has repeatedly insisted, it really would ... More »
A dossier on Donald Trump’s psychological makeup is being prepared for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Among the preliminary conclusions? The new American leader is a risk-taker but can be naïve, according to a senior Kremlin adviser. Trump “doesn’t understand fully who is Mr. Putin — he is a tough guy,” former Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei […]
Rumors and accusations have swirled for months around Donald Trump's curious relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin. And though John Oliver has mentioned it throughout the campaign and the beginning of Trump's presidency,...Show More Summary
The Russian president has signed an executive order granting visa-free travel to anyone living in self-declared separatist republics in eastern Ukraine and recognising all documents issued by militias. It gives birth, marriage and death...Show More Summary
A dossier on Donald Trump’s psychological makeup is being prepared for Russian President Vladimir Putin, NBC News reports. “Among the preliminary conclusions? The new American leader is a risk-taker but can be naïve, according to a senior Kremlin adviser.” “It [...]