Why Russian resets keep failing

In short, if it wasn't one thing, it would have been another. It didn't have to have to be a gas attack; it could have been a stray Russian shell in some Ukrainian city; a dead exiled opposition leader on the streets of a Western capital city; a major hacking attack against a critical American target; … Continue reading Why Russian resets keep failing

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America Is Not The World’s Policeman; It Just Looks That Way (Or, the American Grand Strategy)

Any discussion with lay people over American foreign policy invariably brings up the "World Policeman."  It's often pejorative; it brings to mind a truncheon-swinging, skull-cracking, know-it-all cop swaggering across the globe.  Often, people will argue America should not be the world police (despite the persuasive arguments offered by the movie); that it ought to butt out … Continue reading America Is Not The World’s Policeman; It Just Looks That Way (Or, the American Grand Strategy)