The global Muslim population will be targeted amid rising global tensions. The United States has the global influence to save millions of these lives.
As Ukraine fights for sovereignty and territory, Taiwan is increasingly inspired to think more highly of its own self-defense.
It is time for the U.S. to modernize and apply the doctrine of containment to the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine. This will ensure that the U.S. can work with and protect its allies without exacerbating the war.
While Russia’s recent actions make them seem a dishonest and irrational actor, many fail to recognize their ideological motivations to keep Ukraine within its sphere of influence.
American foreign policy experts must take Putin’s “denazification” language far more seriously, because they could be a subtle promise of terrible atrocities in the near future.
America and its allies can't plan around a full-scale war with Russia, so guaranteeing the territorial sovereignty of Ukraine is a fantasy.
It is increasingly common to hear “after all, the British and French appeased Hitler in Europe and look what happened.” This line of thought is rather troubling.
Even in the very beginning, Putin owed his popularity to his wartime policies. His handling of the Chechen Wars at the turn of the century earned him widespread support at the end of a period of severe economic decline under his controversial predecessor, Boris Yeltsin.
Russia does not possess enough latent power to seek military entanglement, but it might not have to if the U.S. and China were to fight a long and costly war. Russia would be thrilled with a conflict that saps the strengths of both its largest competitors.
Image by Matt Brafman Written by Christina M. Vogel A series of bills in Russian parliament passed making “disrespect” to the Russian government and spreading “fake news” a criminal offense. Depending on the offense, these crimes result in jail time or fines. The bills themselves include Sovereign Internet. With this new bill, Russia follows China’s … Continue reading Russia Moves to Censor Internet