Vladimir Putin

Trump's Presidency Is 'Entirely Without Empathy'

Trump "seems to be a person who is entirely without empathy. Whatever his strong suits or weak suits, he does not have the ability to feel personally and deeply the suffering of others," said Matt Bai on NBC's 'Meet the Press' Sunday.

Albright Apologizes to Mitt Romney Over Russia

During a House intelligence committee hearing on the global rise of authoritarianism, Albright said she would like to apologize to Romney because she was wrong about Russia's capabilities.

Putin, a Mastermind of Disruption

We're looking for a great white shark, but while we're doing that, a shoal of piranhas is eating the flesh from our backs.

Trump Makes 'Life More Dangerous' With INF Withdrawal

"Our American colleagues are confident they defeated everything and everyone in the Cold War and can continue to impose their will on European countries like they did before," Pyotr Tolstoy said.

Vladimir Putin Treats Donald Trump as 'an Asset'

"The strange thing, I think, that's bothered a lot of people, both in and out of the intelligence community, is this strange personal deference to Putin by the president," retired Lieutenant General James Clapper told CNN.

Defector: Talks Team Reorganized to Manipulate Trump

"North Korea's diplomacy has taken an unprecedented tactical course, which is tailor-made for Trump," warned Thae Yong Ho, a former North Korean deputy ambassador to Britain who defected in 2016.

Putin Could Be 'Controlling' Trump: Security Expert

"Just in the past few days, the counterintelligence red flags are flying a lot higher than they did, arguably, then, when this investigation was first launched" after the James Comey firing, Samantha Vinograd said.

New Probe Launched Into Russia, NRA Relationships

"We are disturbed by the lack of transparency the NRA has demonstrated surrounding the December 2015 trip to Moscow," Representatives Ted Lieu and Kathleen Rice wrote in a letter.

Putin: Trump's Syria Withdrawal Is a 'Positive Step'

Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani met in the Black Sea city of Sochi, Russia, to discuss bringing the Syrian conflict to a close.