Sunday, July 20, 2014

My writings on Russia (ignore date tag, constantly updated)

My TV/RADIO LINKS also include Russia segments.
This page is constantly updated (ignore date code)

Why it's hard for America to work with RussiaWashington Examiner
Trump shouldn't have thanked Putin for expelling diplomatsWashington Examiner
Is Russia about to invade NATO held Europe? - Washington Examiner
Putin is playing mindgames by expelling US diplomatsWashington Examiner
Congress just delivered a painful rebuke to PutinWashington Examiner
Trump just played into Putin's hands on Ukraine - Washington Examiner
Trump's short-sighted decision to cut support for Syrian rebels - Washington Examiner
Putin wants his mansions back. The U.S. must say no - Washington Examiner
No, most people wouldn't have met with the Russian lawyer - Washington Examiner
Hollywood's pathetic surrender to Putin - Washington Examiner
Putin and the art of the cutout - Washington Examiner
How Putin will try to play Trump Washington Examiner
How many times did Sessions meet Kisylak - Washington Examiner
Why Britain lets Russia assassinate on its soil - Washington Examiner
A joint U.S.-Russia cyber unit is a very bad idea - Washington Examiner
Obama always "choked" on Russia - Washington Examiner
How the U.S. should respond to Russian threats to our pilots - Washington Examiner
Putin and Assad are testing the U.S. but we are answering - Washington Examiner
Be skeptical of Russian claims it killed the leader of ISIS - Washington Examiner
The House must join the Senate in sanctioning Russia - Washington Examiner
Putin shows he's scared of Navalny and political reform Washington Examiner
Decoding Putin, part 2 - Washington Examiner
Decoding Putin, part 1 - Washington Examiner
How to read between the lines of Sally Yates' testimony - Washington Examiner
How Trump Should Reform NATO (Russia related) - National Review
3 Ways the U.S. Can Save Syria - National Review
The Syria Cease-Fire and Putin's Trojan Horse - National Review
3 Reasons Russia is Escalating Against the U.S. in Syria - National Review
Predicting GRU hacking of election - Homepage
Russia's Rising Empire - National Review
Discussing Russia's strategy in the Middle East - Facebook
Putin's Gun vs. Obama's Pen - National Review
Putin's Syria Strategy - National Review
Putin's Slaughter Persuasion on America - National Review
NATO strategy requires more than more money National Review
President Obama at the UN - National Review
Speech on Russia/Ukraine - Steamboat Institute
MH-17 and the Downing of US Leadership - National Review
How to confront Putin - McLaughlin Group
NATO's Inadequate Deterrent Posture - National Review
Putin Returns - National Review
US policy in Ukraine - McLaughlin Group
The Nemtsov Murder - National Review
Debaltseve - McLaughlin Group
Honesty on Ukraine - National Review
Russia's War on Fracking - National Review
Putin, the Hungry Bear - National Review
Why Russia has re-invaded Ukraine - National Review
NATO in crisis - Daily Telegraph
Ukraine situation - Fox News
Ukraine Snap Election: What this means for the conflict - Daily Telegraph
Ukraine and the division of strategic purpose - The Spectator
Discussing Ukraine crisis - Fox News
MH17 makes the situation in Ukraine an American crisis and EU catastrophe - The Spectator
What to do after MH17 - National Review
Obama Doctrine/Delusion - National Review
Obama's Sanctions Elixir - National Review
The Demise of the U.N. - National Review
Why Ukraine vindicates the NSA - American Spectator
The Nuland Call - National Review
Globe in Partes Tres - National Review

My work has been recommended by the UK Parliament, the American Enterprise Institute, the BBC, +BBC +BBC, the Council on Foreign Relations, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, the Foreign Policy Initiative, The Week magazine, The Wire + The Wire + The Wire + The Wire, the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School, and Real World Politics/Real Clear Politics. My examination of US security challenges at the end of 2013 was reviewed as the global ‘‘must read’’ of the day by the BBC.

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