I do not see the look of disgust on Putin’s face when he meets Reagan, the look that he reserves for Obama.
Pete Souza is the White House photographer for 75 more words
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (UPI) — Last week’s geopolitical guidance to politicians was “Don’t lose wars.” This week’s advice is “Don’t reinvent Russian bears and Chinese dragons.” 377 more words
Back when prospective victory in the Cold War still gleamed in Ronald Reagan’s eye, analysts had some fixed ideas about why the conflict endured. The same analysts also held small hope the standoff would ever end, at least not while they had anything to say about it. 724 more words
When Ed Leigh arrived in Sochi to cover the Winter Olympics, something struck him as odd: None of the Russians there returned his smiles.
When Leigh asked a native why that was, the man… 902 more words
How many can still recall the promising words spoken by Mikhail Gorbachev in December 1988, a year before the Berlin Wall fell? It was at that time, now remote, that he initiated the Perestroika and announced that the Kremlin would withdraw Russian troops from Eastern Europe, thus extending its hand to Western powers. 385 more words