Vladimir Putin was not born to be a dictator, but rather made a series of free choices through adulthood that led him to evil
Nadya WilliamsDecember 4, 2023
When ideology is placed before truth in science, the laws of nature themselves can become its greatest victims.
Steven TuckerNovember 16, 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
The history of Imperial Russia is more relevant than ever with the invasion of Ukraine
Simon MaassAugust 28, 2023
Peace with Russia, as in Soviet times, has always been unpalatable but necessary.
Robert MorrisonMay 16, 2023
Dmitri Volkogonov’s histories contributed significantly to the delegitimization of the Soviet regime in the eyes of ordinary Russians by exposing the naked terror which underpinned the USSR.
Haydon ParhamFebruary 2, 2023
Richard John Neuhaus was always fond of reminding those drawn to the seductions of modern secular political faiths that they…
Dean C. CurryJanuary 17, 2023
The Rise of Violent, Revolutionary Ideology in the 20th Century and its Christian Realist Tonic.
Eric PattersonNovember 2, 2022
As the generation that grew up in and saw the collapse of the USSR, Generation X is uniquely positioned to lead the US as it drifts into the second Cold War.
Alan DowdJuly 7, 2022
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