Nikolas K. Gvosdev, a contributing editor at the National Interest.
A handful of ships can't project power everywhere at once.
America's next president will have to start all over with Russia.
The electorate has grown immune to vague platitudes.
What’s driving Russia’s decision to remove the bulk of its forces from Syria?
The next U.S. president can't afford to drain resources indefinitely.
The Obama era's troubles go far beyond the Oval Office.
More weapons are on their way to Moscow's neighbors.
The Kremlin must contend with the collapse in energy prices.
Focusing on the future does not require inaction in the present.
In a strife-ridden region, can Azerbaijan continue to mediate between major powers?
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