Putin’s Russia still has numerous challenges today from corruption to slow economic growth, but Chris Miller argues in Putinomics that the federation should be compared to fellow petrostate Venezuela since both were similar in the late 1990s.
Mark MeltonMay 22, 2019
Reinhold Niebuhr, an inspiration for this journal, was a Christian Realist who renounced Social Gospel utopianism in favor of firmly…
Mark TooleyApril 21, 2019
In the West, the church has often defined itself by defying the state. In the East, particularly Russia, the church…
Mark TooleyJanuary 28, 2019
Yesterday was a glorious DC autumn afternoon for walking down Embassy Row on Massachusetts Avenue, which includes many statues of…
Mark TooleyOctober 17, 2018
During Trump’s presidency, America’s role as the world leader has been questioned by allies, adversaries, and the president himself.
Joshua W. WalkerJuly 30, 2018
Russia and Iran are coordinating to prop up Assad in Syria but this could bring Iran one step closer to war with Israel.
Abigail LiebingJuly 18, 2018
Before the World Cup even began, soccer had become political and Russia was at the center of it.
Abigail LiebingJune 28, 2018
As daunting as it may be, closing the God gap is a necessary step to improving communication with Russia and other important actors in international affairs.
Gordon R. MiddletonMarch 2, 2018
100 years ago the Bolshevik Revolution convulsed Russia and changed the world. It was a moral, economic, and cultural horror. It was also a warning.
Marc LiVeccheNovember 7, 2017
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