“Every leader in the world is confused and, I must admit, a bit worried. We do not know how to respond or how to approach the United States now that Trump is in charge. I guess we can both say “Careful what you wish for.”
P.C. did not turn us into the Soviet Union, and I doubt Trump’s victory will turn us into Putin’s Russia. But we will have to resist creeping authoritarianism — and for that resistance to be successful, it also must oppose the illiberal left. I don’t want either Putin’s Russia or Soviet Russia coming to our shores. It’s the freethinkers of America who need to unite.
Ivanka and Jared are about to move into a house previously owned by a staunch Putin opponent, Dan Rapoport, who advised Mitt Romney on the Russian leader.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by telephone to discuss the conflict in Syria and security cooperation. The conversation Saturday evening, which also included discussion of other developments in the region, was announced by the Prime Minister’s Office in a statement. “The two leaders discussed developments in…
Hungarian-born Jewish philanthropist George Soros says the U.S. under “would-be dictator” Donald Trump will not protect the European Union from an unraveling engineered by Russian premiere Vladimir Putin.
Trump’s openness to friendship with Russia is a good thing, argues Russian-American Julie Masis.
In his Daily Beast article Michael Weiss has damning things to say about this ‘insane’ troika.
Facing a troubling surge in anti-Semitism in Europe, the Anti-Defamation League has entered a partnership with a powerful, and at the same time controversial, European Jewish organization.
Russia and the United States agreed on Monday to look for a diplomatic end to the Syrian civil war but clashed over the central question of whether Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should retain power.
For the Kremlin, the interfaith roundtable last Thursday at Kazan’s Hall of Culture provided the perfect propaganda moment.