Ten years ago I came out with a book, “Partners in Space: US-Russian Cooperation after the Cold War.”
Tag Archives: Russia
Hillary Clinton and the Cost of Political Talk
At a campaign fundraiser yesterday, Hillary Clinton managed to step on a geopolitical landmine when she compared Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler.
The Power of a Radical Minority – at Home and Abroad
In transformational times, assessing and reassessing one’s basic assumptions is critical for navigating the confusing and dangerous shoals of public and foreign affairs.
The Russian Proposal: Two Questions about the Syria Crisis that Matter
Last night, President Obama confirmed that he is in favor of giving diplomacy a chance to succeed in defusing a potential conflict with Syria.