A mysterious $50,000 payment begs some questions
The anti-Trump ‘Resistance’ ought to prepare itself for disappointment, since the unclassified version of the Mueller report will be lacking in detail
By the time the West finds itself in open conflict with Beijing, we will have lost our relative advantage
The Central European city is the last stop for the resistance fantasy
It seems entirely plausible that her biggest crime was networking
Trump’s fixer has always denied a meeting took place
Trump Tower Moscow wasn’t off the cards during the campaign
He may have underestimated Petro Poroshenko’s stomach for a fight
Kiev must re-focus the world’s attention on Moscow’s continuing aggression against them
What exactly Trump seeks to hide, and how Russian it is, has fallen to Bob Mueller and his cadre of seasoned investigators to unravel
Why are the FBI bothering to indict Elena Khusyaynova?
The inside story of how it got the Skripal scoop
I wish we were sophisticated enough to be a covert brainwashing exercise
The GRU is not a maverick service
There is no political correctness in cage fighting. But that’s not to say it’s not political
The two Russians may not have been much of a joke. But British viewers fell on their lacklustre performance with delight
If both Republicans and Democrats are being targeted, that’s because Putin doesn’t care who wins
As Manafort faces life in jail, he must regret not flipping on his old boss. Cohen did not make that mistake
It is a well-known tactic of oligarchs to use the courts to try to silence critics
House of Trump, House of Putin by Craig Unger reviewed.
A small-town Colorado newspaper may have stumbled on news of Trump’s kompromat.
‘If we don’t survive these years, if we will fail, it means we will have to become part of some other state, or they will simply wipe their feet on us.’
Hacked text messages containing several damaging stories about the former campaign manager can now be viewed by anyone with an internet connection
Welcome to American post-exceptionalism .