Tag Archives: Chechnya

The Sikorski Plan

How the Polish Foreign Minister shaped a (possible) solution for Syria.

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Risks for Caucasus of U.S.-Russia Anti-Terrorism Cooperation

Should the United States partner up with Russia on counter-terrorism in the Caucasus?

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Post-Boston: Keep Calm and Think Clearly (Part I)

What can the Boston Marathon bombings teach the United States about employing more effective forms of countering violent extremism?

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Islamic Tribes: Testimonies of Genocide

Are countless acts of genocide the destiny of the human race?

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U.S.-Russia Relations: Not Another Cold War

Should the United States intervene in matters of security when it comes to Russia and some of its neighbors?

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American Power and the Fall of Modernity (Part I)

What will the nation-state look like in the future?

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An Islamic View of History

How does the Muslim world’s view of global history differ from the West’s?

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A World of Twenty-Year Cycles?

Could it be that, every 20 years, a new generation sets out to shape the world?

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Learning from Russia’s Mistakes in Afghanistan

What can the world learn from the Soviet experience in Afghanistan?

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Shooting Chechnya

How did Stanley Greene end up photographing war in Chechnya?

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