Jerusalem Post, 11/9 Moscow doubles down on support for Assad with military buildup in northwest Syria The current increase of the Russian military presence in northwest Syria is a function of the declining military fortunes of the Assad regime. It … Continue reading →
PJmedia, 4/3 President Barack Obama, in criticizing Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s conquest of the Crimean Peninsula, described Putin as standing on the ‘wrong side of history.’ This curious and arresting phrase has become a common usage among western liberals. … Continue reading →
Jerusalem Report, January, 2014. Ukraine events showcase Russian strength, Western confusion with the Jews caught on the fringe Kiev’s Euro-Square (the renamed Independence Square) was roiling with anger and confusion in the frozen late afternoon of December 17. Word had … Continue reading →
“Russian credibility is not in question,” my colleague Dr. Jonathan Spyer pointed out, American credibility is in question.
Did anyone learn anything? Again, they really fired her for embarrassment because it showed that State Department just bought intelligence it wanted– saying Syrian rebels are moderate–by Kerry, McCain, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal. A few months earlier she said the opposite.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton this week expressedconcerns regarding new Russian supplies of helicopter gunships to the Assad regime in Syria. Washington has confronted Russia on its continued shipments to Assad, she said. Clinton did not go into detail regarding the nature and form of this alleged confrontation with Russia. But her evident surprise regarding Russian export of advanced attack helicopters to Syria is […]