The Russian election made Putin more like Stalin—with the West’s consent.
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An all-out attack on Western critical infrastructure seems inevitable.
In her speech on the poisoning of Sergei Skripal, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was deliberate with words and action. These diplomatic signals should have been clear to allies, especially the United States.
A new law in the Eastern European country forbids television channels from broadcasting news from Russian stations.
Highlights from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee minority's report on Russia.
Sen. Cardin's Russia Report Wants to Hold Social Media Companies Accountable, but Its Recommendation Falls Short
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee minority report on Russian propaganda needs more clarity on the proper role of governments in holding social media companies accountable.
The United States should take the idea, though not this particular proposal, seriously.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the Senate Judiciary Committee that Russia poses a threat to the American electoral system, but he admits that his department hasn't done much about it.