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Why Russia and China Are More Conservative Than the West
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Why Russia and China Are More Conservative Than the West

Despite their Communist past and present, Russia and China are demonstrably more conservative in many ways than present-day, self-hating America.


What are conservative values? Freedom of speech? Free markets? Guns? Not necessarily. Although relevant, these things do not define what …

A Fork in Europe’s Road
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A Fork in Europe’s Road

In 1814-15, the Congress of Vienna laid the foundations of the new European order. The event concluded a quarter century of turmoil, which started with the French Revolution in 1789 and ended with Napoleon’s final defeat at Waterloo. The congress …

Ukraine, a Hundred Days Later
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Ukraine, a Hundred Days Later

Last Friday, June 3, marked the 100th day of the war in Ukraine. The war has not gone well for Russia. It is turning into a protracted affair, with many known unknowns. Its eventual outcome—not only military and political …

Russia, Ukraine, and the Return of Nationalism
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Russia, Ukraine, and the Return of Nationalism

The Russia-Ukraine War has become a proxy fight between American-led globalism and the alternative: a multipolar world of nation-states free from American hegemony.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has become a test case for the ambitions of the United States and …

Quo Vadis, Mother Russia?
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Quo Vadis, Mother Russia?

“The demise of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century,” said Russia’s new ruler Vladimir Putin in his 2005 state of the nation address. “As for the Russian people,” Putin went on, “it became a genuine …

The city of Sevastopol. Base of Russian and Ukrainian Navy/Місто Севастополь. База російських та українських ВМС
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Is Ukraine’s War Now America’s War?

Last week, sources leaked to The New York Times that, in Ukraine’s targeting and killing of Russian generals and the sinking of Russia’s Black Sea flagship, the Moskva, U.S. intelligence played an indispensable role.

Apparently, our intel people identified and …

Come Home, America
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Come Home, America

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to launch a special military operation in Ukraine was aimed at overthrowing the current authorities in Kiev, blocking NATO expansion eastward, defending the pro-Russian regions of Ukraine, and demilitarizing that country, removing any current or …

Media Windbags
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Media Windbags

It would be remiss of me, given my stated support for the invaded Ukrainians, not to call attention to certain inconvenient facts that neocons and the mainstream media have glossed over. The removal of Viktor Yanukovych as Ukrainian president in …