The exchange of offensive diplomatic notes and statements, mutual expulsions of diplomats point to objective long-term problems in relations between Russia and Greece.
Defending the latest round of US/Israeli aggression against Syria, US State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert struck a Hitlerian note when she blamed Syria and Iran for an act of overt Israeli aggression, saying “The United States . . .
The loud statement of the Russian senator about the possible withdrawal of Russia from the WTO stirred up the media.
The overwhelming approval by both chambers of the US Congress of a bill imposing new, permanent sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea puts President Donald Trump in an impossible position.
The sudden firing of FBI Director James Comey has become the newest bright, shiny object distracting everybody in Washington. Predictably, reaction falls sharply down the usual lines of division.