The big press conference of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is not only an excellent occasion to discuss the most important trends in international relations, but also an opportunity to track the main vectors of Russia's foreign policy.
It’s fact: Neoconservatives are pleased with President Trump’s foreign policy.
A couple of months back, Bloomberg’s Eli Lake let it know he was in neoconservative nirvana:
The great Western media showed to the world the recent protests and street demonstrations in various cities of Iran as a general revolt against established power and motivated by the noblest of reasons: misery.
According to the UN, more than a quarter of a billion people (258 million) today are migrants and do not live in the country in which they were born. Since 2000, their number has increased by 49 percent.
Taking part in the forum of anti-immigrant parties in Europe in Prague, Marine Le Pen, the leader of the National Front, said that the EU ” leads the continent to its death ” and must be “destroyed from the inside”.
On December 12 Democrat Doug Jones narrowly defeated Judge Roy Moore in a special election to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) to serve as President Donald Trump’s attorney general.