Posted on 12/04/2017 by matisak
It seems that the US-Russia relations under President Donald Trump are even more interesting, complicated, unclear (whether word we use) than expected. I know it is probably hard to say, but right now what does make sense to you in the US-Russia relations? Read few comments.
Filed under: Politics, Russia, United States, US foreign policy | Tagged: Diplomacy, Donald Trump, Foreign policy, Rex Tillerson, Russia, Syria, Ukraine, United States, US foreign policy, Vladimir Putin | Leave a comment »
Posted on 09/04/2017 by matisak
President Donald Trump’s decision to strike against the Syrian government came after swift shift of positions from Trump administration toward Assad. What opportunities and risks it carries it terms of fighting ISIS and other radical groups, what impact it may have on this fight? Read few comments.
Filed under: Politics, Security, Terrorism, United States | Tagged: Bashar Assad, Conflict, Donald Trump, ISIS, Islamic State, Russia, Syria, United States, War | Leave a comment »
Posted on 30/03/2017 by matisak
Last meeting of NATO-Russia Council took place in December 2016 and today there is another one. So it seems at least the frequency of those meeting is higher. How do you read this, is something changing in NATO-Russia relations or not much, and why? Read few comments.
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Posted on 13/03/2017 by matisak
How big is the topic of possible Russian influence in the campaign before the Dutch election, any indications that there are some attempts from foreign actors to influence the elections? Read few comments.
Filed under: Europe, Politics, Russia, Security | Tagged: Conflict, Europe, Infowar, Netherlands, Politics, Propaganda, Russia | Leave a comment »
Posted on 15/02/2017 by matisak
After National Security Advisor Michael Flynn resigned there is no doubt that the President Donald Trump’s administration is surrounded by various accusation about what might be an inappropriate contacts with Russia. So what’s next for the White House?
Filed under: Intelligence, Politics, Security, United States, US politics | Tagged: Donald Trump, Mike Flynn, Politics, Russia, Security, United States, US politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 10/02/2017 by matisak
US commander in Afghanistan General John Nicholson was talking about stalemate in Afghanistan, about the need for few thousands more troops. There are still more than 13 000 NATO soldiers, including 8 400 US troops, deployed to Afghanistan. Mainly in the framework of training mission Resolute Support.
General John Nicholson (Commander Resolute Support) with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Credit: http://www.nato.int
Filed under: Afghanistan, Military, NATO, Politics, Russia, Security, United States | Tagged: Afghanistan, Defense, NATO, Politics, Resolute Support, Russia, Security. Military, Taliban, United States | Leave a comment »
Posted on 23/01/2017 by matisak
On the scale from 1-10, when 1 is everything is OK, and 10 is a nuclear apocalypse, where do you think are we with Donald Trump? Do you consider the fact he gets nuclear codes as somehow risky, or not and why? And I am asking this questions also in the light of broader situation regarding nuclear weapons when suddenly at least from Russia in Europe it seems we have more discussions about nukes and how to use them.
Filed under: Politics, Russia, Security, United States | Tagged: Donald Trump, Nuclear proliferation, Nuclear Weapons, Politics, Russia, Security, United States | Leave a comment »