Category Archives: Obama

The Whole Putin-Trump Thing

I have been trying to write this post for two weeks now, but the issue seems to morph and expand on a daily basis. I did not want to write a ‘hot take’ that characterizes the majority of campaign coverage … Continue reading

Posted in Clinton, Cold War, democracy, elections, foreign policy, nato, neoconservatism, nuclear holocaust, Obama, President Obama, Putin, russia, u.s.-russia relations, War

The Candidates On Russia

Update: not really an update, but over at The National Interest, William Hill makes the argument that the U.S. response to Russia’s conflict with Georgia has been counterproductive, and makes some recommendations on how we should structure relations with Russia. … Continue reading

Posted in debate, elections, McCain, Obama | 2 Comments

The Candidates On Russia

Update: not really an update, but over at The National Interest, William Hill makes the argument that the U.S. response to Russia’s conflict with Georgia has been counterproductive, and makes some recommendations on how we should structure relations with Russia. … Continue reading

Posted in debate, elections, McCain, Obama | 2 Comments

Turning the Page? Medvedev, Obama, and US-Russia Relations

Once again, exams [this time Corporations] have foiled my ability to cover exciting developments in Russia. Anyone reading by now knows that Putin, along with four parties (United Russia, Just Russia, Agrarian Party, Civil Force), has endorsed First Prime Minister … Continue reading

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Turning the Page? Medvedev, Obama, and US-Russia Relations

Once again, exams [this time Corporations] have foiled my ability to cover exciting developments in Russia. Anyone reading by now knows that Putin, along with four parties (United Russia, Just Russia, Agrarian Party, Civil Force), has endorsed First Prime Minister … Continue reading

Posted in Medvedev, Obama