Opinion | Does Russia Even Want to Collude With Biden?

Despite very favorable policies from the White House, Russian President Vladimir Putin still doesn’t feel like doing U.S. President Joe

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Opinion | So Much for Easy Counterterror Ops

The Journal news scoop Thursday that Vladimir Putin said nyet to President Biden’s request for the U.S. to conduct counterterrorism

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Opinion | Tough Biden Talk, Little Action

A troubling pattern is emerging in President Biden’s foreign policy: Officials talk tough—then follow up with diplomacy that amounts to

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Opinion | Putin Tests Biden’s Cyber Vow

Barack Obama’s misadventures in Syria showed that a President shouldn’t draw red lines he isn’t willing to enforce. President Biden

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Opinion | Biden’s Red Lines for Russian Hackers

No outcome of the Geneva summit was more eye-opening than Joe Biden’s claim to have presented Vladimir Putin with a

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Opinion | Biden’s Gift to Putin on Nord Stream 2

President Biden has talked tough about Vladimir Putin, but his policy response has been mixed. This week’s sanctions decision on

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Opinion | Putin and ‘Consequences’

Most Americans haven’t noticed, but the world is becoming a more dangerous place by the day. The hottest current spot

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Opinion | Can Biden’s Resolve Weather Putin and Xi?

The global storm clouds are darkening. Last week a Chinese aircraft carrier strike group patrolled the waters east of Taiwan

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Opinion | Reject Nord Stream 2 Once and for All

Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma found himself in the company of a political titan, France’s President François Mitterrand, on a gloomy

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Opinion | Biden’s Great-Power Test Begins

The U.S. Navy announced Tuesday that the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group entered the South China Sea for “routine operations”

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