Robert Morrison

Robert Morrison first sailed to Canada’s Maritimes on the USCGC Unimak, then served as a Russian interpreter in the Bering Sea. He taught diplomatic history to Navy nuclear submariners. Morrison was a member of the Reagan administration. He writes from Annapolis.

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Solzhenitsyn’s Shoulder Boards… And Mine

Aleksander Solzhenitsyn was the greatest Russian of all time

For Valour: Queen for Our Times

Robert Hardman has written an excellent biography of the late Queen Elizabeth II

Russia: Never as Strong as She Appears, or Weak as She Seems

Many times has Russia been down, but never out.

A Decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind

Non-Americans have long seen America as a fairer international dealer than her rivals. But why?

George F. Kennan’s “X” Article in Foreign Affairs 

George Kennan’s “Sources of Soviet Conduct” article in Foreign Affairs remains one of the most influential of all time

Obstacles to Peace in Ukraine: President Biden and Mr. Trump

America never recognized the USSR’s occupation of the Baltics, but didn’t let it derail our diplomacy. This should be our approach with Ukraine and Crimea.

Re-Forest The Slash—For Peace in Ukraine

Re-foresting The Slash between the United States and Canada could be the model for a Slash between Russia and Ukraine.

Sex in Space

We can treat gender dysphoric persons with dignity and respect as American citizens without violating the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.

Henry Kissinger’s Next Century

Kissinger the Centenarian continues to amaze – his wisdom is a national treasure in this troubled twenty-first century.

Putin, Polar Bears, and “Russia: The Home of the Elephants”

Diplomacy with Russia may come from an unexpected source: polar bears.

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