Confirmation Time: A Review of Messengers from Moscow
The abundance of new information coming straight from the horse's mouth is unlikely to settle American debates about the origins and nature of the Cold War.
NATO's Expansion: Why the Critics Are Wrong
An expansion of NATO can only occur under strong U.S. leadership.
Russian Aid (II)
U.S. aid to Russia should promote U.S. foreign policy interests and help the Russians help themselves.
A Tired Anarchy
Russia, for our officials and foreign policy leaders, is an increasingly scary and strange place. We don't seem to know where we are or what we are doing.
A Different Dance--from Tango to Minuet
The internal condition of Russia has changed immensely for the better, and is continuing to change, though progress has not occurred as fast or as decisively as the Romantics had hoped.
The Russian Aid Mess
The perception exists that aid to Russia and Ukraine has not met expectations. Looking back, it is increasingly evident that there was no way the program could have done so.
Has Democracy Failed Russia?
The sudden collapse of the Soviet Union was immediately taken as vindication of Western values and proof of the superiority of both market economics and a democratic system of government.