Hard-Hitting Russia Sanctions Package U.S. Senate – press release & full text

On 1 August 2018, the U.S. Senate introduced a bipartisan proposal for a new bill, the Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act of 2018. The bill proposes ‘comprehensive legislation that would increase economic, political, and diplomatic pressure on the Russian Federation in response to Vladimir Putin’s continued interference in our elections, malign influence in Syria, aggression across…

Putin’s Postmodern War With the West

It may not look like war, but perhaps it should. Russia’s interference in American democracy proves that popular conception of the term needs to be updated – and failure to do so could increase U.S. susceptibility. By Patryk Babiracki Previously published in The Wilson Quarterly; republished on this page with kind permission of the author. “We…

Americans want to know the truth about Russian interference in their politics and society

Over 220,000 Americans Nationwide Pledge to Protest if Trump Fires Mueller, Rosenstein. Public Draws Red Line as Evidence of Obstruction Mounts, and Nunes Memo is Debunked. Number of Sign-Ups at TrumpIsNotAboveTheLaw.org & Constituent Calls Skyrocket as Attacks on Mueller, Rosenstein, and Rule of Law Grow Louder WASHINGTON, D.C. – As President Trump and his allies…

Countering the Kremlim’s hybrid war: will EU walk the talk?

European Parliament wants stronger EU foreign, security and defence policy. This week, the European Parliament adopted an important resolution. It may sound wonky at first, but bear with us, it gets interesting very soon. The resolution is about the European Union’s Common Security and Defence Policy. Stronger EU diplomatic response needed Reviewing key EU foreign policy…