All the Way
Vladimir Putin's vision of Russia's place in the real new world order offers a prospect of genuine Russian-American alliance. George W. Bush should pursue it.
The New Containment
Forging a U.S.-Russian alliance to prevent nuclear terrorism should be America's top priority in the post-September 11 world; here is a blueprint for one.
Judging Nazism and Communism
Judging between the totalitarian evils of the 20th century need not wait for a more balanced historiography; alas, the long farewell is not quite over.
Bases of Debate: America in Central Asia: Steppes to Empire
America's post-9/11 tryst with the authoritarian regimes of Central Asia should not be transformed into a longer-term "marriage of convenience." It would end badly.
Bases of Debate: America in Central Asia: Being There
America has a unique opportunity to consolidate its position in an area of vital strategic importance. Despite a few tricky problems, we dare not miss it.
Quarterly: Moscow Nights, Eurasian Dreams
While America deploys in Eurasia to fight an abstract proper noun, Moscow seeks to reconstitute its influence on the ground.