Historically and even today, Russia has much in common with Ukraine – the United States, almost nothing.
Hillary Clinton’s McCarthyite smear has redounded to the benefit of 2020 candidate Tulsi Gabbard.
Dear Congressman Schiff,
I was surprised to hear your opening statement today at the Impeachment hearings that just commenced.
Support for a less adversarial U.S.-Russia relationship may not be popular. As I have argued in the past, though, it is sober realism.
As the House opens impeachment hearings for President Trump, Professor Stephen F. Cohen warns that the US military assistance at the heart of Ukrainegate escalates the US-Russia Cold War.
The fall of the liberal international order horrifies the Western elites who built it and who have benefited from it in many ways.
It Needs a Partner in Peace.
Thirty years ago, the fall of the Berlin Wall signaled the end of the Cold War.
April 25, 2020, marks the 75th anniversary of the momentous occasion when U.S. and Soviet forces met at the Elbe River in the city of Torgau, Germany, successfully cutting the German army in two.
As Russia’s first significant military intervention outside the former Soviet region in decades, Moscow’s four-year Syrian operation has appropriately attracted considerable attention.