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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... 

“In 2020, Canadian foreign policy will be…
“In 2020, Canadian foreign policy will be…  


February 19, 2016  

David Black …considerably more sociable – more broadly engaged and engaging, less choosy and judgemental in the... 

Arctic Cooperation Endures – For Now
Arctic Cooperation Endures – For Now  


October 6, 2015  

Why this remains the rational course for Arctic states In 2014, it seemed that Arctic cooperation might break down after... 

Why Is the World (Still) At War?
Why Is the World (Still) At War?  


October 6, 2015  

Five Reasons for Today’s Missing Peace (and Peace of Mind) A WW2 poet said it best: The world is still at war because... 

Moscow’s Shocks and Options
Moscow’s Shocks and Options  


February 9, 2015  

GB examines Russia’s concurrent crises and possible exits with one of its leading economic thinkers GB: What are the... 

On Boycotts and the Beautiful Game
On Boycotts and the Beautiful Game  


November 7, 2014  

Proposition: The World Cup in Russia and/or Qatar should be boycotted Tamir Bar-On (against): It might seem counterintuitive... 

The Contours of the Russo-Ukrainian Peace
The Contours of the Russo-Ukrainian Peace  


November 7, 2014  

A five-point plan or algorithm can save us from a terrible winter, a frozen conflict, and a century-long problem There is... 

The Strange Case of Russian Nationalism
The Strange Case of Russian Nationalism  


March 24, 2014  

Sochi and then Crimea may have played to the Russian soul, but they masked weaknesses and incoherence in today’s Russian... 

Governing in the Ex-Soviet Space
Governing in the Ex-Soviet Space  


November 11, 2013  

Russians don’t eat their children. Nor do their former Soviet brethren. Now how do they all govern in this post-Soviet... 

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