Written by Ivan Oelrich
Written by Toby Westerman
International News Analysis Today
Reports coming from the meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian Federation President Dmitry Medvedev sound reassuring, but behind the apparent love feast is a stark, cold, and threatening reality far different ...
Written by FAS
Two recent news reports have drawn the attention to Russia's tactical nuclear weapons. Earlier this week, RIA Novostiquoted Vice Admiral Oleg Burtsev, deputy head of the Russian Navy General Staff, saying that the ...
Written by Memri
Taliban: Contrary To What Obama Says, There Are No Moderates or Extremists Among Us
Written by Memri
Written by Damaris Kremida
March 21, 2009
Ministry of Justice decision suggests spreading Christianity may be unlawful in Turkey.
By Damaris Kremida
Compass Direct News
ISTANBUL, March 20 ) - Turkey's decision last month to try two Christians under a revised version of a controversial law for "insulting Turkishness" ...
Written by Reva Bhalla, Lauren Goodrich and Peter Zeihan
March 17, 2009
By Reva Bhalla, Lauren Goodrich and Peter Zeihan
Russian President Dmitri Medvedev reportedly will travel to Turkey in the near future to follow up a recent four-day visit by his Turkish counterpart, Abdullah Gul, to Moscow. The Turks and the Russians certainly have ...
Written by Jacob Laksin
NEW YORK - It's been a tough few weeks for Geert Wilders. First, an Amsterdam appeals court announcedin late January that it was going to bring the blunt-speaking Dutch parliamentarian to trial for offending Muslims with his anti-Islam ...
Written by Stephen Brown
It was a watershed moment of capitulation.
On Thursday, February 12, visiting Dutch politician Geert Wilders was humiliatingly bundled back on to a plane to his native Holland shortly after arriving in London. Wilders had been invited to ...