Approaching a Year of War—Russia’s Winter Catastrophe
Russia’s military defeat draws closer after horrific losses in the Donbas and the failure of ‘pipeline diplomacy’.
Lessons From The European Cold War
It has become common in the last few years to hear discussion of, or even hope for, a second American civil war. The European Cold War demonstrates that civil wars can not only be fought with armies and generals on great historic battlefields, but with sporadic bombings, riots and assassinations.
A Bleak Outlook on the Future of the Russian Federation
Reeling from a successful Ukrainian counteroffensive in Kharkiv, the Russian Federation faces an uncertain future.
China Cannot Invade Taiwan to Achieve a Military Re-unification
With or without U.S. military involvement, a Chinese attempt at a forceful re-unification remains presently unfeasible.
Bhutan’s Diplomatic Maneuver – The Necessity of Biden’s American ‘Example’
Bhutan raised questions larger nations have avoided – how do smaller nations hold regional powers accountable for climate change?