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28-Jan-2017 19:13

In Eastern Europe there was also trepidation, the new president had said he accepted the Kremlin’s annexation of Crimea and had warned that, under him, the US would not necessarily intervene in a conflict between the Baltic states and Russia.The Trump presidency may seem like very good news for Brexit Britain.There was a notorious event, hosted by Life Sci Advisors, at 2016’s JP Morgan conference which seems to have had the unintended consequence of waking the sleeping giantess.The firm hired a bunch of female models to entertain mostly male guests and blocked many women from attending.Yesterday in Moscow there was no America – something Washington may come to regret – and there was no doubt whose smile was most confident. It is Mr Putin who gets the flak for standing up to Nato in Ukraine, for supporting the Assad regime in Syria, for threatening to sell air defence systems to Iran.

The new détente helped defeat the Soviet Union in the Cold War.Mr Putin and his allies all have their reasons for disliking the West's tendency to set a high store on open elections, a free press and "cooperative" foreign policies.What is stark is that Russia and China are now openly stating their intention to stand together to lead such an alliance. In 1949, Mao felt snubbed by Stalin, who regarded him as just another leader of a Soviet-backed Communist satellite rather than an equal.“There will never be a new world order until women are a part of it.” —Alice Paul It has been, not just for me but for many, national women’s month.Maybe it’s not officially proclaimed as such, but it has just worked out that way.

The new détente helped defeat the Soviet Union in the Cold War.

Mr Putin and his allies all have their reasons for disliking the West's tendency to set a high store on open elections, a free press and "cooperative" foreign policies.

What is stark is that Russia and China are now openly stating their intention to stand together to lead such an alliance. In 1949, Mao felt snubbed by Stalin, who regarded him as just another leader of a Soviet-backed Communist satellite rather than an equal.

“There will never be a new world order until women are a part of it.” —Alice Paul It has been, not just for me but for many, national women’s month.

Maybe it’s not officially proclaimed as such, but it has just worked out that way.

Last week, Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal urging Donald Trump not to "make any sudden moves." Haas is right, conservative pundit Pat Buchanan noted, in arguing against rash action.