Anthony Moretti is the director of the Center for Innovative Teaching and Directed Engaged Learning at Robert Morris University (Moon Township, PA, USA), where he also is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communications. His academic research interests often focus on Russia, especially on how the nation is portrayed in the U.S. media.
Donald Trump once again confounded his critics with an unexpected victory in the U.S. presidential election. Will he now seek to turn U.S.-Russian relations upside down?Read more
The topic of Russia continues to hang over the U.S. presidential election, this time with new charges from Hillary Clinton that Donald Trump is just Putin’s “puppet.”Read more
Based on the outcome of the first presidential debate, it appears that neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton is willing to discuss any substantive changes to America’s Russia policyRead more
By making Donald Trump their nominee, the Republicans seem less like Cold Warriors than the Democrats, whose nominee, Hillary Clinton, would likely take a tougher line with MoscowRead more
Russia and its President Vladimir Putin, convenient international foes for multiple U.S. presidents, became an afterthought at the Republican National ConventionRead more