A new journal article by Emil A. Souleimanov and Yury Fedorov explains the economic benefits of Moscow’s weakness, but perils remain as these states navigate the divide between the former superpower and the West.
Armenian nationalists rejecting Azerbaijani sovereignty and seeking a Moscow-led protectorate put humanitarian aid at risk and will not acquire a single inch of territory.
The journal’s Fall 2023 issue includes examinations of Israeli military strategy, the Ukraine war, Syria normalization, green energy in Morocco, and peacekeeping missions—free for all readers.
Evidence shows Americans increasing forward presence, while China is rising but not ready for or seeking hegemony, Christopher K. Colley argues in journal article.
Anna Borshchevskaya's new analysis contends that Moscow may have advantages over Washington in leveraging Kurdish groups to pursue its interests in the Middle East.