Paul Gregory: Peace In Ukraine By Appeasing Putin? Refuting The Ill-Informed Proposal

Two Washington policy wonks propose an appeasement policy that would doom Ukraine and give Putin a huge victory over the West, while offering no tangible benefits. Their “win-win-win” policy is based on a fundamental

Paul Gregory: What Can A Republican Senate Majority Do For Ukraine?

The Republicans’ victory in the mid-term elections gives them control of the U.S. Senate and a greater voice in foreign policy. With a Republican senate majority, legislation opposed by Obama’s Democratic anti-war wing can

Taavi Minnik: The End of Putin’s Novorossiya Project

Odd things happened at our Eastern neighbour in the year of 2014. This year has brought ‘Novorossiya’ back into the Russian consciousness – the term largely forgotten for the last four generations and actually

Paul Gregory: Putin Is Winning: EU Backs Away From Ukraine Trade Pact; U.S. On The Sidelines

Vladimir Putin watches the evening news from his Sochi villa: “In an election move, Barack Obama approved the Keystone pipeline and opened offshore public land to drilling. Mexico’s Pemex announced a 50 percent increase