Posts Tagged: Russia
Shifting alignments in the aftermath of the failed coup could bring peace to Yemen and Syria—but only if regional leaders can agree on some rules.
Domestic-policy successes such as paid family leave count for little if the U.S. is at war with Russia.
The United States never tires of finding ways to needlessly aggravate Russia.
Astounding increases in the danger of nuclear weapons have paralleled provocative foreign policy decisions that needlessly incite tensions between Washington and Moscow.
Noted journalist John Pilger talks about China, Okinawa, and U.S. policy in Asia.
Russia’s attempts to keep Islamist extremism at bay will only backfire.
It may not be long before there’s a military confrontation between the U.S. and what military officials call “a higher end threat,” presumably Russia or China.
Russia’s behavior resembles that of a small country such as North Korea more than a superpower.
After the Cold War ended, many of the safeguards preventing war between Russia and the West have been allowed to lapse.
A U.S. return to bilateral hostilities with Russia is a costly diversion from both nations’ security needs in a multilateral world.