A power struggle over the Black Sea between Russia and the US plus NATO has the potential to develop as a seminal plot of the
Ask any American liberal aged sixty-five and older what they think about Franco, Mussolini, or Hitler and they will vehemently denounce these men as tyrants,
President Donald Trump is probably the most vilified White House tenant, yet in their desperate search for ways to evict him, the Justice Department and
Robert Farley, a professor at the United States Army College of War, called the South China Sea, Ukraine, the Persian Gulf, and the Korean Peninsula
Rostislav Ishchenko is arguably the leading international analyst focused on the extraordinarily turbulent Russia-Ukraine relations. He posts regularly on Ukraina.ru, with frequent English translations here.
The Strait of Kerch, a location that is not often mentioned in the Middle Eastern media – or social media – has become rather more
Trump’s abrupt call for US troops to leave Syria is being lambasted by his domestic critics as “a gift to Russia.” The paradox is that
In recent days, in connection with the frank violation by Poroshenko’s regime of all international norms, and also of the articles of the Constitution and