Is Turkey a fair-weather ally to Ukraine, or something more serious?
Russia has long prepared to reap political rewards from energy crises in Europe, particularly through the isolation of Ukraine
The U.S. must now stand, unbending, with Ukraine to reassert the rules-based international order
Georgia might be close to a foreign policy rethink, bringing subtle but significant change
The Minsk Protocol is under attack. But the problem is not the deal, it’s one of the signatories.
The West would be foolish to believe its outline peace plan for Ukraine is anything other than a disaster in the making.
Despite disagreements about Nord Stream 2 and NATO, Ukraine’s relations with the United States have never been stronger and are on course for an even closer strategic partnership.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s meeting with President Joe Biden at the White House provides an opportunity to re-establish a genuine strategic partnership.
Russia, like authoritarians the world over, wanted America’s friends to take away one message from the U.S. debacle in Afghanistan: No one will save you.
Not a problem many anticipated in 1991.