Putin’s post-Soviet world remains a work in progress, but Africa already looms.
To prevent a Russian invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. and NATO can’t rely on sanctions alone. History offers a clear message on appeasement.
Why the popular uprising against corrupt national elites in oil-rich Kazakhstan has Putin and Russia so nervous.
Former Kazakh president Nursultan Nazarbayev may be the last barricade blocking a confrontation between Russia and Kazakstan.
How the closure of the Memorial in Russia is a template for the kind of society Republicans want to build in the U.S.
Putin is keen on inciting “hybrid attacks” against the West to de-stabilize it. He may well end up inadvertently stabilizing it.
All wars are hybrid, but war — and the notion of hybrid — have changed.
Why the strategic situation in Europe today, occasioned by the standoff at the Polish-Belarus border, resembles 1914 more than that of the Cold War.
Will key European leaders join Biden’s approach on fighting kleptocratic regimes, whether Russia, China, Iran or Turkey?