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The West’s Deep-Seated Distrust of Russia

April 13, 2018 // Nikkei - Japan - Japanese

One could be forgiven for seriously wondering if what we are dealing with right now might not be a Cold War redux: Russo-West relations have hit rock bottom, again, with Russian diplomats being expelled in quick succession by the U.S., among other countries. The direct precipitant of all this geopolitical [Read more]

Robust Reply to Putin

April 9, 2018 // El Pais - Spain - Spanish

The Kremlin’s expansionist policies and its desire to destabilize the West have, for a long time, warranted a firm response.

The New Cold War

April 5, 2018 // Argumenti i Fakti - Russia - Russian

[T]he military threats associated with the Cold War are slowly but surely returning.

From Russia with Love

March 28, 2018 // Le Devoir - Canada - French

One week ago, Sergei Skripal, a former Russian double agent exiled in the United Kingdom, collapsed on a bench in the small town of Salisbury. This mysterious poisoning by nerve agent raised the specter of Alexander Litvinenko in London, who was assassinated by polonium in the center of London 12 years ago. It also [Read more]