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Sep 13 2013
Peggy Noonan on a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an op-ed piece.Peggy Noonan
Mar 05 2022
A collection of weird reports are making people question what is actually going on with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio sent a cryptic tweet Feb. 25 in which he wrote, “I wish I could share more, but for now I can say it’s pretty obvious to many that something is off with #Putin.” Given Rubio’s seat in the Senate Intelligence Committee, it’sThe Daily Caller
Jul 19 2023
The awkward drama over if South Africa would fulfill its treaty obligations to the International Criminal Court (ICC) by arresting Russian leader Vladimir Putin during the upcoming BRICS summit in Johannesburg was apparently resolved on Tuesday.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa declared that arresting Putin would be tantamount to a “declaration of war” against Russia, and thatBreitbart News
Feb 24 2023
As soon as Russia invaded Ukraine, the war became inextricably linked with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
As Russia is an authoritarian nation and Putin has been in power since 1999, this makes sense. He has pressed on with the “special military operation” ever since it began on Feb. 24, 2022, despite being warned repeatedly by the West that there would be consequences.
Aug 06 2014
As you may know, President Obama hit a new low in job approval an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Tuesday. It's grim news for the president, who's never been rated lower by the news organizations since he's been president. But one silver lining, anyway: He's far more popular among Americans than Russian President Vladimir Putin.Washington Post
Sep 16 2013
Newt Gingrich says U.S. politicians treat Putin as someone they can deal with but his views and values are very different -- those of a Russian nationalist.CNN (Online News)
Mar 24 2023
Brussels, Belgium March 20, 2017. A woman holds a placard with an image of Russian President Vladimir Putin during protest against the detention of gay men in concentration camps in Chechnya. Photo: Shutterstock Brussels, Belgium March 20, 2017. A woman holds a placard with an image of Russian President Vladimir Putin during protest against the detention of gay men in concentration camps inLGBTQ Nation
Mar 19 2023
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited a captured Ukrainian city on Sunday for the first time since invading the country last year.
Putin made an unannounced trip to the coastal city of Mariupol, a city Russian forces reduced to near ruins with artillery fire earlier in the invasion. Footage shows Putin driving around the city at night while Russia's Deputy Prime Minister MaratFox News (Online News)
Mar 23 2022
“What we have seen already from Vladimir Putin’s regime in the use of the munitions that they have already been dropping on innocent civilians, in my view, already fully qualifies as a war crime,” UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Wednesday.
A prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, said he was investigating possible war crimes, examining missile strikes onNew York Post (Opinion)
Sep 26 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin granted full Russian citizenship to U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden on Monday.
Snowden, 39, fled the United States to Russia after revealing information about extensive surveillance operations being conducted by the National Security Agency (NSA). He is now a Russian citizen by presidential decree, Reuters reported Monday.
The announcement comesFox News (Online News)