The unnamed person’s attorneys, who are scheduled to fight his detention in court later this month, call the potential release a ‘death warrant.’
The Kremlin seems determined to portray its stealth fighters in the best possible light as prospects fade for mass production of the troubled warplanes.
Moscow’s opportunistic approach to Middle East diplomacy won’t stop a cataclysmic war, and might make it more likely. Meanwhile the Americans look belligerent—and clueless.
The faulty premise of a supposed ‘joint declaration’ was that Assad protects religious minorities. The pope gave it a pass, but the Russian Orthodox Church put his name on it.
Amid mounting pressure, Iran’s infamous Quds Force reportedly attacked Israeli outposts in the Golan. Israel’s retaliation was the most ferocious in Syria since the 1973 war.
After the biggest Israeli attack on Syrian soil since 1973, aimed at Hezbollah sponsor Iran, can the ‘Party of God’ and Lebanon escape a conflagration?
He’s reportedly ‘closer to the president than perhaps any other lobbyist in town.’ So why is Brian Ballard taking cash from a member of Assad’s inner circle?