Well, you might have a point with the Washington Post, but…
A different sort of reset button
Interesting times in Asia
“Fusion co-founder and ex-Wall Street Journal reporter Glenn Simpson was with Veselnitskaya in a Manhattan federal courtroom…”
“Would State have concerns about WJC seeing any of these folks”
Still holds most of the cards
Friends in all the wrong places
“the apparent goal of the Russian buyers was to amplify political discord…not necessarily to promote one candidate or cause over another.”
“Putin hated Secretary Clinton so much that the flip side of that coin was that he had a clear preference for the person running against the person he hated”
“North Korea is determined to go on a nuclear path to oppose global society.”
“He is not my bride and, likewise, I am neither his bride nor bridegroom.”
US “does not, and will not” accept Crimea seizure.
Lavrov: Unlikely to reciprocate?
They must have gotten the tech from someplace
At least not an answer that works
Russia to US: Cut 755 diplomatic positions.
Gone but not forgotten?
Just what we needed. Not.
“…the Obama administration’s Russia policy was one, protracted, 8-year-long concession to Moscow.”
Still an unusual choice
“…held in full view — but not listening distance — of others present.”
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get ya
Cross your fingers
The big kids’ table
“We’re moving to a point where a major attack like this is very, very possible.”
Spinning time is here.
Not Daniel Craig.
Who blinks first?
Merkel plots confrontation on climate change.
“Several Russian cities have unveiled monuments to Stalin in recent months.”
Hey… it worked for Snowden
“We talked about some other stuff”
“I don’t like it. I just don’t.”
Police chief beheaded.
“troops raided the hideout of a top terrorist suspect in southern Marawi city on Tuesday, sparking a gunbattle…”
“Flynn told security clearance investigators that he was paid by ‘U.S. companies’ when he traveled to Moscow”