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Section: The National Interest (USA)

    A Blueprint for Donald Trump to Fix Relations with Russia
    Dec19

    A Blueprint for Donald Trump to Fix Relations with Russia

    Graham Allison, Dimitri K. Simes Politics, Eurasia A policy memo to the president-elect. Priority: high. THE TWO Chinese characters that make up the word “crisis” can be interpreted as meaning both “danger” and “opportunity.” Russia today offers your administration not only a serious challenge but a significant opportunity. Russia is no longer...

    America’s Future Relations With Russia and China
    Dec17

    America’s Future Relations With Russia and China

    Blake Franko Security, Asia Are hawks prepared to level with Americans about the potential costs of our commitments? Are they Russia hawks like Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham prepared to level with Americans and “honestly tell them that U.S. soldiers should die for Kiev and Tbilisi, and not even for Kiev and Tibilisi but to provide them...

    What Rex Tillerson’s Nomination Means for Russia Policy
    Dec13

    What Rex Tillerson’s Nomination Means for Russia Policy

    Tom Switzer Politics, Eurasia In nominating Rex Tillerson as secretary of state, Donald Trump is putting a distinctive personal stamp on U.S. foreign policy. In nominating Rex Tillerson as his secretary of state, Donald Trump is attaining one of his major political goals: he is putting a distinctive personal stamp on U.S. foreign policy at a time...

    Staffing Will Be Key for Trump’s Russia Policy
    Dec13

    Staffing Will Be Key for Trump’s Russia Policy

    Paul J. Saunders Politics, Eurasia Trump needs a strategic plan in staffing key positions in his new administration. President-elect Donald Trump was remarkably courageous in consistently calling for “easing of tensions and improved relations with Russia—from a position of strength” despite widespread criticism among Washington’s foreign...

    Three Steps to Set the Tone on Russia
    Dec12

    Three Steps to Set the Tone on Russia

    Thomas E. Graham Security, Eurasia The next U.S. administration must see Russia in a global context. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and Carnegie Corporation of New York. We asked some of the world’s leading experts about the future of U.S.-Russia relations under...

    The 2 Largest Land Armies in Europe Tiptoe to the Edge of War (and Back)
    Dec12

    The 2 Largest Land Armies in Europe Tiptoe to the Edge of War (and Back)

    Nolan Peterson Security, Europe More than 10,000 soldiers and civilians have already died in the ongoing war in eastern Ukraine, where Ukrainian troops are squared off in static, trench warfare against a combined force of pro-Russian separatists and Russian regulars. KYIV, Ukraine—A planned missile test over the Black Sea spurs a Kremlin threat...

    These are the 10 Killer Weapons Russia and NATO Would Use in a War
    Dec10

    These are the 10 Killer Weapons Russia and NATO Would Use in a War

    TNI Staff Security, Europe Just hope we never have to find out. Tensions between NATO and Russia continue to hold steady at the highest levels since the collapse of the old Warsaw Pact and the Soviet Union (25 years ago this month). From the neverending crisis in Ukraine to the ongoing nightmarish civil war in Syria to lingering challenges in the...

    A ‘Constructive’ Path for U.S.-Russian Cooperation
    Dec09

    A ‘Constructive’ Path for U.S.-Russian Cooperation

    Arthur Martirosyan Security, Eurasia Ultimately, Europe will require a new security structure. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and Carnegie Corporation of New York. We asked some of the world’s leading experts about the future of U.S.-Russia relations under...

    Trump Just Keeps Winning: America’s Allies Are Boosting Defense Spending
    Dec08

    Trump Just Keeps Winning: America’s Allies Are Boosting Defense Spending

    Robert C. O’Brien Security, Europe He was accused of undermining our alliances—but they’ve started to pay up. Since the founding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the United States has carried a disproportionate share of the burden for defending the West. Indeed, today, in addition to America, only four allies meet the...

    Trump Must Learn from Past Mistakes on Russia
    Dec07

    Trump Must Learn from Past Mistakes on Russia

    Julie Newton Politics, Eurasia A future administration should avoid provocation and emphasize shared interests. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and Carnegie Corporation of New York. We asked some of the world’s leading experts about the future of U.S.-Russia...

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