Vladimir Putin must pay a heavy price for his invasion of Ukraine. Here’s how we did that to the Soviets in the 1980s.
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The sole question concerning Putin's demise is not "if," but "when" — and who will slap on the cuffs, or put a bullet in his head.
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What Philippe Pétain, Jefferson Davis & Lindsey Graham have in common.
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If we Americans proceed with national seppuku, bid farewell to peace, prosperity and human dignity.
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If we lose our democracy, we'll only have ourselves to blame
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The post-Soviet period is over. The time has come to revive and redefine containment policy to keep Putin in his box.
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The best way to stop a coup is to deter it.
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Policymaking is only as good as its people and process. Ground developments aside, on process Biden gets an "A" - Trump an "F." Things could be much…
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What do Moshe Dayan, Carl Mannerheim, Volodymyr Zelensky and General Valery Zaluzhny all have in common? That intangible ingredient for victory: morale.
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The GOP's plan to purge the federal bureaucracy is one leg in an ongoing coup to neuter democratic government and impose a strongman-led autocracy.
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“A republic, if you can keep it” is the existential question facing us today.
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Those who spread falsehoods about the pandemic share responsibility in countless deaths and therefore have blood on their hands. So, how to regard them?
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