Why does former Soviet leader Mikhael Gorbachev not get credit for ending the Cold War?
Putin and Mussolini: Brothers in Spirit
Reflections on the complicit role of the Russian Orthodox Church in Putin’s brutal rule in Russia itself — and beyond Russia’s borders.
Canada’s “Trucker’s Convoy”: What It Means for the Western World
Some of the key causes of frustration: A federal government with a weak electoral mandate and an agenda for social change.
Beyond Canada: What Fuels the “Trucker’s Convoy”?
The “freedom convoys” that have occupied the heart of Ottawa speak to a medley of weaknesses in Canada’s political system.
Goodbye to Facebook?
Mark Zuckerberg’s business prospects have dimmed considerably. That is welcome news.
Turkey Undermines NATO, Yet Again
Erdogan saves Putin’s Belarusian ally by playing spoiler role within NATO.
China’s Global Role: The 2010 Perspective
Why does China have to step up and take the helm of global economic reform?
In Defense of Democracy
Understanding the key reasons why everybody is now so frustrated with democracy and government.
Western Balkans: Stalled on Europe’s Edge
Poverty is the main security threat in the Western Balkans.
America’s False Dawn
Is a classic cyclical revival finally at hand for the United States?