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
Though tragic and murderous, Putin will not be moved by the bombs in St. Petersburg.
What do you when some bro is way bigger than you, stronger than you, has more friends than you, and wants to start telling you what to do? You could fight, but you'd lose. You could run, except you still have to go to school everyday and your mom and dad just won't listen. Or … Continue reading The Russian Denial Strategy In Ukraine (Or: The “If I Can’t Have It, No One Will” Of Geopolitics)