The U.S.-Russia relationship is starved for normalcy.
At Russia’s annual defense showcase, the Kremlin can’t help but remain stern and confrontational.
Russia has a long history of using military exercises as a platform for waging actual wars.
Azerbaijan’s actions in Nagorno-Karabakh are reason enough for Armenia to seek protection.
The United States needs leverage to persuade the Kremlin to come back into compliance with the INF Treaty.
Glasnost, meant to save the USSR, wound up being its death blow.
Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan need regional stability and security in order to conduct necessary economic reforms.
So far, there’s been a lot of talk, but little action.
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