And Vladimir Putin can use it to his advantage.
The Russian regime isn’t anti-Semitic . . . yet.
The Jewish state has been criticized this week for not standing up for Ukraine against Russia. It would probably like to, but its hands have been tied by its own closest ally.
What the annual conference reveals about Europe’s democracies.
Putin’s anti-Western posture has never been limited to Europe.
“All the resources of a superpower cannot isolate a man who hears the voice of freedom.”
Putin has kept the beast of traditional Russian anti-Semitism chained in its lair—for now.
Keeping the EU and U.S. out, and Moscow in.
War, and the threat of war, is key to the regime’s legitimacy.
The world Ben Rhodes made.
Moving troops and holding conferences with the aim of securing a victory for Assad.
Alexei Navalny doesn’t seek to avoid prison, but to defeat Putin.
Vladimir Putin proves himself to be the regional power broker.
Confronting the West.