Vladimir Putin

Turkey’s Double Game and the US’s Double Standards

Turkey’s Double Game and the US’s Double Standards Turkey’s Double Game and the US’s Double Standards

What the bombings in Ankara tell us about Turkey’s true motives in Syria.

Oct 12, 2015 / James Carden

Putin at the UN

Putin at the UN Putin at the UN

Russian leader asks, will the US rethink its destructive, “revolutionary” role in the world?

Sep 30, 2015 / Audio / Stephen F. Cohen

Obama and Putin Meet in New York, Agree on Nothing

Obama and Putin Meet in New York, Agree on Nothing Obama and Putin Meet in New York, Agree on Nothing

The US establishment doesn’t understand that Russia’s foray into Syria is more than an imperial gamble.

Sep 29, 2015 / James Carden

Responding to ISIS and the Syrian Refugee Crisis Is Dividing Policymakers Both in Washington and Moscow

Responding to ISIS and the Syrian Refugee Crisis Is Dividing Policymakers Both in Washington and Moscow Responding to ISIS and the Syrian Refugee Crisis Is Dividing Policymakers Both in Washington and Moscow

Will the result be a spreading or curtailing of the new US-Russian Cold War?

Sep 23, 2015 / Audio / Stephen F. Cohen

The Obama Administration Rejects Russia’s Offer to Form a New Military Coalition vs. ISIS in Syria

The Obama Administration Rejects Russia’s Offer to Form a New Military Coalition vs. ISIS in Syria The Obama Administration Rejects Russia’s Offer to Form a New Military Coalition vs. ISIS in Syria

Has it created another front in the new Cold War?

Sep 16, 2015 / Audio / Stephen F. Cohen

Are Iran and Russia Risking Their Own Vietnam in Syria?

Are Iran and Russia Risking Their Own Vietnam in Syria? Are Iran and Russia Risking Their Own Vietnam in Syria?

There are growing reports that Iranian troops, not just advisers, have joined Hezbollah in defending the Assad regime—backed by an increasing Russian military presence.

Sep 15, 2015 / Juan Cole

Has Russia Been Right All Along About the ‘Arab Spring’?

Has Russia Been Right All Along About the ‘Arab Spring’? Has Russia Been Right All Along About the ‘Arab Spring’?

If so, why is Washington opposed to Moscow’s help in the war against ISIS?

Sep 9, 2015 / Audio / Stephen F. Cohen

Germany France Ukraine

Berlin and Paris Versus Kiev Berlin and Paris Versus Kiev

And Henry Kissinger versus US orthodoxy on Ukraine; and Putin versus Stalin on Russia’s past.

Aug 26, 2015 / Audio / Stephen F. Cohen

Senator Mitch McConnell

The Danger of ‘Foreign Policy by Bumper Sticker’ The Danger of ‘Foreign Policy by Bumper Sticker’

The GOP’s paranoia and hubris promises yet another self-inflicted foreign policy disaster.

Aug 25, 2015 / Feature / Katrina vanden Heuvel

Ukrainian flag

Is the US-Backed Kiev Regime Preparing an All-Out Military Assault on the Rebel Donbass Province? Is the US-Backed Kiev Regime Preparing an All-Out Military Assault on the Rebel Donbass Province?

If so, the risk grows of provoking a US–Russian war in Ukraine.

Aug 19, 2015 / Audio / Stephen F. Cohen

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