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Russia’s Troubles and Options
Russia’s Troubles and Options  


October 30, 2018  

The present Russian-Western conflict need not predetermine a difficult Russian-Western century. What are the scenarios? And... 

Gaming the Syrian Endgame
Gaming the Syrian Endgame  


October 30, 2018  

Why Assad will and must remain in power, and how Russia, Iran, Israel and the US can bring the civil war to a close For... 

The Consequences of the Ukrainian Revolution
The Consequences of the Ukrainian Revolution  


November 29, 2017  

Proposition: On balance, the Ukrainian Revolution has achieved its goals YR (in favour): Nearly four years after the start... 

Ten Theses on Russia in the 21st Century
Ten Theses on Russia in the 21st Century  


November 27, 2017  

Reflections on hybrid administration, algorithms for exiting the conflict, and how to govern the world’s most complex country Thesis... 

Binding the Northern Powers in Law
Binding the Northern Powers in Law  


March 3, 2017  

Proposition: A bona fide Arctic Union should be created ZP (in favour): At this important crossroads in global geopolitics,... 

The World Five Years Hence
The World Five Years Hence  


January 23, 2017  

Meditations by one of the West’s leading geokrats on the present transitions and future turning points GB: Where... 

Canada and Russia – Toward an Arctic Agenda
Canada and Russia – Toward an Arctic Agenda  


September 2, 2016  

Why tensions between the two Arctic giants should not interfere with common gain and collaboration in the High North On... 

Complex Theatre: Russia’s North Caucasus
Complex Theatre: Russia’s North Caucasus  


September 2, 2016  

As the world focusses on its moves internationally, Moscow’s awkward domestic dance continues in the region it understands... 

What are Russia’s Interests in the Arctic?
What are Russia’s Interests in the Arctic?  


February 19, 2016  

Why Moscow’s primary concerns in the High North are still domestic, and not international With the outbreak of the Ukraine... 

The Lost Twenty-Five Years
The Lost Twenty-Five Years  


February 19, 2016  

Why no new world order has been built since the end of the Cold War Twenty-five years ago, on March 17th, 1991, the first... 

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