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From Détente with the Soviet Union to Open Confrontation with Russia over Ukraine and Syria – Washington’s New Foreign Policy under Barack Obamaon Sunday, August 30, 2015
American foreign policy toward Russia has gone from good, to bad, to worse. It has gone from the much welcomed détente under Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev to a very unwise and reckless foreign policy of open confrontation with Russia over Ukraine. Under Barack Obama we keep poking a stick at the Russian bear…Read More »
Beating a Dead Crimean Horse into a Ukrainian Trojan Horse to End the Russian Natural Gas Monopoly in Europeon Friday, April 4, 2014
They are still crying over the referendum in Crimea as if it was some kind of a tragic injustice to actually let the people of Crimea have a voice in determining their own future. They are still complaining about the results of this special election and how the Russian Duma subsequently annexed the territory after it became clear that most Crimeans actually preferred a political re-unification with Russia to their former status as a semi-autonomous region of Ukraine…Read More »