Why the U.S. strategy to remake Afghanistan after 9/11 was bound to fail.
What was the human cost of Russia’s 20th century trials and tribulations?
People in Eastern Ukraine have figured out how to use their heritage for advantage against Putin and Russia.
Putin is no saint, but he simply revived Russia’s own version of the U.S. Monroe Doctrine.
Looking at Russia’s recent actions in a historical context.
Putin’s intervention in Crimea re-opens the door to territorial China’s claims on Russia
Could Russia have been as successful as the United States?
Twenty years after the dismantlement of the Soviet Union, post-imperial Russia is beginning to emerge as a nation.