Tag Archives: Eurasia

Foreign Affairs: Opinion- Michael T. Klare: ‘Hard Power, Soft Power & Energy Power’

  “The debate over whether U.S. interests abroad are better served by hard power—coercive means such as military force—or soft power—less aggressive means of persuasion, such as diplomacy, economic aid, and propaganda—is perennial. Since becoming president, Barack Obama has emphasized … Continue reading

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Foreign Policy Journal: Opinion- Paul Craig Roberts: The Neoconservative Threat to International Order

  Source: Foreign Policy Journal: Opinion- Paul Craig Roberts: The Neoconservative Threat to International Order This is going to sound somewhat partisan at least from a Neoconservative’s perspective and if that is the case you’re more than welcome to way in … Continue reading

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The Week: Opinion- William Falk- Vladimir Putin Raises The Stakes

The Week: Opinion- William Falk- Vladimir Putin Raises The Stakes I have a hard time seeing even Vladimir Putin attempting to invade any of the Baltic States for one reason only which is NATO. If Russia attacks the Baltic States, … Continue reading

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Foreign Affairs: Alexander J. Motyl- ‘Why Vladimir Putin’s Days Are Numbered’

Source:Foreign Affairs Magazine– President Vladimir Putin: Russian Federation. “The longer the Russian war against Ukraine continues, the more likely it is that President Vladimir Putin’s regime will collapse. Despite Putin’s bluster, the authoritarian regime he has constructed is exceedingly brittle. … Continue reading

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Foreign Affairs: Opinion- Anton Barbashin- The Eurasian Economic Union Is An Illusion

  Source: Foreign Affairs: Opinion- Anton Barbashin- The Eurasian Economic Union Is an Illusion Eurasia lets call it, the area east of the European Union with the first Slavic states and former Soviet republics, all the way over to the Arab … Continue reading

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