Russian Relations

Meanwhile Over In Moscow

With help from President Reagan’s former Attorney General Ed Meese and from Jon Utley’s Freda Utley Foundation, which provided funding, a statue of Presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev was recently unveiled in Moscow.

Washington Should Not Risk War Over Ukraine

For most of its history the U.S. avoided what George Washington termed “entangling alliances.”  The Russian invasion of Crimea has triggered a cascade of demands for NATO, mostly meaning America, to act.  Americans should sympathize with the Ukrainian people, who have been victimized by Moscow.  But that does not warrant extending military support or security guarantees to Kiev.  

Boehner: Graham's Russia Boycott Dumb

Russell Berman, The Hill

Boehner dismissed LGraham’s suggestion of a U.S. boycott of the '14 Olympics in Russia if Putin gives Snowden asylum.