Tag: Putin

Putin and the Apocalypse

ATLANTA — At the end of last year, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Russia had completed final testing of an “invincible” new hypersonic nuclear-capable missile

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Putin Family Values

LONDON — The fixation on the ongoing World Cup, during which an estimated one million foreign football fans, many from Europe and the United States…

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What Putin Wants in Syria

NEW YORK – On February 7-8, according to Western sources, a US-led airstrike on forces aligned with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad killed at least 300 Russians, all working for the private military firm Wagner.

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Putin and Trump’s Tainted Love

US President Donald Trump must be giddy: this week, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, he will finally meet his Russian counterpart and strongman-hero Vladimir Putin. It is rare for someone who has reached the exalted office of President of the United States to retain the capacity for, much less interest in, hero worship.

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For Russia, Putin Power Is Losing Some of Its Shine

Despite a show of strength and a charm offensive, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government is beginning to show its age. Russia is facing a dangerous protest movement against Putin’s system, and he has responded with heavy-handed crackdowns and winsome public appearances

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The Three Trumps

Never in recent history has a change of leadership attracted as much attention and speculation as Donald Trump’s rise to the US presidency.

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