It is understandable that legislators and the public are concerned about other countries meddling in our elections. But foreign meddling is to our politics what a fever is to tuberculosis: a mere symptom of a deeper problem.
Pietro Shakarian, the American-Armenian scholar, talks about Russian foreign policy and Russian-Armenian relations.
The latest news made me think that it’s probably about time for a new regular feature on this blog, recounting the latest dastardly deeds for which Russia has been deemed responsible, and titled ‘The Russians Done It.’
Overshadowed by the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, US-Russian relations grow ever more perilous.
Pretending that Russian collusion is the biggest corruption scandal in Washington is laughable.
Western conventional wisdom holds that mistrust between Russia and China is too deep to form meaningful strategic bonds. Yet this view is dangerously wrong, writes Alexander Gabuev, Senior Fellow and Chair of the Russia in the Asia-Pacific Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center.
Russia has just taken a huge gamble in Syria.
The United States sanctioned Beijing for purchasing Russian military equipment. Does the administration really believe that China will cancel the deal because of American economic pressure?
Author Robert Wright talks with Nikita Petrov on the controversial issue of foreign interference.
After the end of the Cold War, U.S. foreign policy officials prided themselves for bringing communism to an end. Decades earlier, they claimed victory over the defeat of fascism. But Professor Mearsheimer argues that this kind of foreign policy, called “liberal hegemony,” is doomed to fail, if it hasn’t already.