Aleksander Solzhenitsyn was the greatest Russian of all time
Robert MorrisonNovember 30, 2023
George Kennan’s “Sources of Soviet Conduct” article in Foreign Affairs remains one of the most influential of all time
Robert MorrisonSeptember 8, 2023
Among Putin’s favorite political theorists is Ivan Ilyn, defender of the tsarist trinity: Autocracy, Orthodoxy, Nationality
Simon MaassSeptember 6, 2023
The strategic anxiety of encirclement has driven great-power policy for centuries; Russia and China represent the modern version of this classic security dilemma.
Mike CotéApril 21, 2023
The Marshall Plan exemplified the alignment of values and interests good foreign policy should embody.
Eric PattersonApril 5, 2023
There is a power in moral clarity that Reagan understood well.
Randall FowlerMarch 11, 2023
Ronald Reagan’s “Evil Empire” speech gave hope to the oppressed in the Soviet Union
Nina SheaMarch 10, 2023
Ronald Reagan’s “Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National Association of Evangelicals in Orlando, Florida” of March 8, 1983, were plain speaking and straight truth about the Soviet Union.
Elizabeth Edwards SpaldingMarch 9, 2023
40 years ago today in 1983, Ronald Reagan delivered his famous “Evil Empire” speech.
Robert C. RowlandMarch 8, 2023
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