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The Future of Ukraine’s Civil War

The conflict began when Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014. The war in the Donbas has been in a state of frozen conflict since May of 2014. As the upcoming Ukrainian presidential elections…

Why Russian Sanctions are Ineffective

For over four years, Western governments and international organizations have levied increased sanctions on Russia. Sanctions were first imposed in 2014 when the United States and European Union…

What is Security? Everything.

The concept of security has evolved considerably since the end of the Cold War. Security is an inherently contested concept, encompassing a wide variety of scenarios, and is commonly used in…

Why Russia Thinks It’s Exceptional

Destiny calls upon Russia once more to face the West – or so Russians might believe. America is not alone in projecting itself as an exceptional power and vital force for good in the world. Russia…

The Fake News About Natural Gas

How Russia is targeting America’s energy sector. The 2016 presidential election was historic not just for the outcome, but for the circumstances that contributed to that outcome, most notably Russian…

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