NATO died with the Soviet Union. Get over it.
A pragmatist seeking integration with the West.
Global domination is a self-defeating goal. Global leadership is not.
A closet imperialist bent on reviving Moscow's dominion.
Russia's reversal of fortunes in its resource-rich Far East will complicate the Asian equation for the United States.
It is shortsighted to judge Russia's progress by superficial materialist measures--or have we forgotten what the Cold War was really about? At a deeper social and spiritual level, the country remains in peril.
William Taubman's biography of Chairman Khrushchev combines original research and good sense to produce the best last word so far on the late Soviet leader.
After many years, the east-west energy corridor is becoming a reality, and one that will benefit both the nations of the region and help to ensure the energy security of the Western world.
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.
Washington cannot expect Moscow's substantial cooperation in the war on
terrorism to endure if there is no reciprocal effort to address Russian
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