Congress’ new round of sanctions have brought US-Russia relations to a new low, but there are still some points of potential cooperation.
Winning has never felt this bad.
Fairy tales usually begin with the words: “once upon a time. This is not a fairy tale, but once upon a time people used to talk about common sense, and they used to think …
A return to outright antagonism in US-Iran relations brings inevitable speculation about the military option. But the tactical hurdles faced by the US/Israeli air forces have only gotten worse over the past few years.
NATO is broken, but not for the reasons Trump thinks.
Great power competition in the Balkans is set to intensify over the short-term, especially if Hilary Clinton wins the US presidency.
Geopolitical Monitor’s Alex Holstein appeared on the Ward & Al Show on Canada Talks Sirius XM to discuss geopolitics and the US presidential race.
The recent Berlin Summit may not have achieved much on the surface, but it did clarify some important aspects of the Ukraine crisis.
We are entering a new Cold War on the information front.
The Battle for Aleppo is the ultimate turning point for the Syrian civil war. It’s also a powder keg for relations between Russia and the West.