Despite centuries of dire predictions, Russia isn't going anywhere.
NATO's current strategic framework might fail to deter further gains by Russia's green men.
International law has typically forbidden one or the other, seeing their combination as volatile. Yet current American foreign policy rests on both at once.
Two of Eastern Europe's bravest dissidents on the temptation of disillusionment after liberation saw a wave of greed, corruption, hedonism and cynicism.
The civil war has gone on long enough. It's time all parties involved got real about a settlement.
Putin and Poroshenko's recent meeting in Minsk opened the door for dialogue. Can Merkel keep it open?
America's cumbersome approach to interagency operations in the field urgently needs reform, centered around more powerful ambassadors and coordinated in-country policy design.
The United Kingdom Independence Party and its leader, Nigel Farage, pose a dire threat to the British political establishment.
Without fundamental fiscal reform, the economies of the European periphery will be weak and increasingly subject to Teutonic domination.
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