Kiev has a chance to move toward the European Union, but its political closure could prevent that.
Yes, the Soviets really were that bad.
Kiev has an opportunity to show regional leadership.
The rise of natiocratic, national conservative and separatist parties has the power to fundamentally reshape the European political landscape.
The Ukranian president's ruthless tactics are isolating what should be a leading Eastern European nation.
The neocons are wrong. Sanctions and diplomacy—not the threat of force—induce leaders to give up nukes.
Kosovo. Georgia. Ukraine. Now Iraq and Kurdistan. The U.S. must learn not to trust sleazy foreign "democracy promoters."
How the Wikileaks documents prove NATO should shut its open-door policy toward Ukraine and Georgia.
Can America, Europe and Russia come together to implement the security community promised at the end of the Cold War?
Treating Azerbaijan and other Eurasian countries as pawns in the Great Game has only led to waning U.S. influence.
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