How did the Syrian ceasefire change relations between US and Russia? Sha Lalapet analyses the week-long Syrian ceasefire and the international implications that unfolded as a result.
Russia has been implicated in the recent hack of the NSA causing emails to be leaked and ended political careers. Cas Legrand discusses how it happened and what it means for the present and future of international cyber security.
In an open letter, 50 Republican foreign policy specialists outline why Donald Trump should not be President of the United States.
Russia’s new human rights ombudsman promises to defend Russians abroad and fight subversion at home.
In Part II of this exclusive interview, Dr. Kuzio talks about alternatives to the Minsk agreement, Canada’s involvement, Russia’s disinformation campaign, and the state of Russian nationalism in Ukraine.
In Part I of this exclusive interview, Dr. Taras Kuzio talks about what the Paris attacks, Minsk II, and Russia’s intervention in Syria mean for Ukraine, as well as NATO’s involvement in the Ukraine conflict.
The entry of Chinese business into Central Asia has triggered a struggle for economic supremacy between Moscow and Beijing. Sandy Vingoe discusses what this would mean for the region.
Kelly Rahardja reviews a research paper from the NATO Defense College discussing the potential for a Russian attack in Central Asia.
Should the United States work with Iran in the fight against ISIS? Sandy Vingoe considers the benefits of such a partnership.
Jeremy Voisin dissects Putin’s 60 Minutes interview and his ambitions in Syria and Ukraine.