Nadia Azhgikkina: Dialogue Is the Best Medicine: Citizens Speak Out Against Reinvigorating the Cold War

Whom Do We Trust?” was the theme of the conference in St. Petersburg organized by Track Two: An Institute for Citizen Diplomacy and the Herzen State Pedagogical University, gathering experts and students from two countries.

Katrina vanden Heuvel: Progressives must seize their momentum to articulate a saner foreign policy

Democrats in Congress have too often criticized President Trump from the right – for not being tough enough on Russia, for questioning the United States’ allies, for preemptive diplomacy with North Korea.

Intelligence Squared Debate: UNRESOLVED: U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY (feat. Stephen F. Cohen and John J. Mearsheimer)

For the United States, tensions are rising with both allies and adversaries. Rogue states are racing to master new technologies and create weapons of mass destruction. And faith in international institutions is seemingly deteriorating. What does this all mean for U.S. national security?

Mary Dejevsky: Where is the West as Endgame Looms in Syria?

It is high time that the US, and especially the UK, accepted that their war in Syria has been lost – or at least that their original objective, the removal of Bashar al-Assad has not been achieved. Are they prepared to pursue the fight now at the expense of Idlib’s 3 million civilians?

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