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Section: The National Interest (USA)

    The Royal Navy Only Has 26 Combat Vessels (And Is Now Killing-Off Its Only Aircraft Carrier)
    Dec07

    The Royal Navy Only Has 26 Combat Vessels (And Is Now Killing-Off Its Only Aircraft Carrier)

    Robert Beckhusen Security, HMS ‘Illustrious’ heads for the scrapyard. HMS Illustrious, the last of the Royal Navy’s Invincible-class carriers, has set sail from Portsmouth to meet her doom at a Turkish scrapyard. The British government chose to sell her for scrap in 2014, but Illustrious’ final journey nonetheless signals the...

    Four Big Problems Facing America and Russia
    Dec06

    Four Big Problems Facing America and Russia

    Kevin Ryan Security, Eurasia The new administration in Washington should keep the focus specific. 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...

    Continue the Unfinished Business of Integrating Russia into the Global Economy
    Dec02

    Continue the Unfinished Business of Integrating Russia into the Global Economy

    J. Andrew Spindler Economics, Eurasia Renewed economic interaction would increase the West’s influence, not lessen it. 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...

    The Current U.S. Approach to Russia Has Failed: What Should Trump Do?
    Nov30

    The Current U.S. Approach to Russia Has Failed: What Should Trump Do?

    Matthew Rojansky Security, Europe “First, we need to stop obsessing over Putin. Our problem is with Russia.” 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...

    Donald Trump Must Offer an Olive Branch to Russia “To Test the Art of the Possible”
    Nov30

    Donald Trump Must Offer an Olive Branch to Russia “To Test the Art of the Possible”

    Michael Kofman Security, Europe “The next administration must understand that absent a course correction, the coming years in our relations will be driven by an entirely negative agenda, largely set by Moscow…” Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and Carnegie...

    Small Steps or Grand Bargains?
    Nov28

    Small Steps or Grand Bargains?

    Angela Stent Politics, Eurasia Imagining what renewed U.S. ties with the Kremlin would look like. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. We asked some of the world’s leading experts about the future of U.S.-Russia relations under...

    Wishful Thinking and Vital Interests
    Nov28

    Wishful Thinking and Vital Interests

    Graham Allison Politics, Eurasia America’s next leader should bear in mind the potential consequences of further alienating Russia. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. We asked some of the world’s leading experts about the...

    Keep the Future in Mind
    Nov28

    Keep the Future in Mind

    Ian Bremmer Politics, Eurasia Trump’s wisest strategy is to stay out of Putin’s way as Russian power decays from within. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. We asked some of the world’s leading experts about the...

    Put Russia into Context
    Nov28

    Put Russia into Context

    Paul J. Saunders Politics, Eurasia The next administration must consider where Russia fits into its overall foreign-policy objectives. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a multi-part symposium commissioned by the National Interest and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. We asked some of the world’s leading experts about the...

    The One Chart That Russia’s Military Should Be Very Afraid Of
    Nov26

    The One Chart That Russia’s Military Should Be Very Afraid Of

    James Mugg Security, Europe Spending is set to drop. In 2014, the Russian economy faced two major setbacks: international economic sanctions following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, and a collapse in global oil prices. At the time, crude oil alone represented more than a third of Russian exports by value. The Russian economy has no doubt...

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