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The National Debt: Why Putin Doesn’t Fear America

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As America withdraws from the world because it cannot afford to stay engaged, Russia and China will expand their spheres of influence. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Truth Seekers’ by R. Glenn Brown

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A Russian family struggles to maintain its religious beliefs in a time where religion is not permitted to be practiced. Read More »

Book Review: ‘One Night in Winter’ by Simon Sebag Montefiore

Book Review One Night in Winter by Simon Sebag Montefiore

A murder set in Stalin's Russia blends historical and fictional characters flawlessly. Read More »

Crimea a River – The West’s Reaction to Russia is Wrong

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Crimea is known as an "Autonomous Republic," which should mean it has a right to self determination. Read More »

The Ukrainian Crisis and the Possibility of War in Europe

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Russia won't give up its regional hegemony without a fight. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Russia on Four Wheels’

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Until Top Gear returns, it will do nicely. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The English Girl’ by Daniel Silva

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Can the indiscretions of a leader cause a government to topple and put a country as risk? Read More »

Interview with James Stone, Author of ‘Crypto’

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"Cryptographics is a field of mathematics devoted to rendering messages unreadable except by a party that has the key to reversing the encryption." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Let’s Start a Pussy Riot’ – Curator Emely New, Edited by Jade French in collaboration with Pussy Riot

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More than just a book about feminism, this is an expression of support for everyone who has the courage to stand up and be heard. Read More »

Congress Seeks, Russia Refuses No-Fly Over Syria

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If Russia forbids a no-fly zone over Syria, and the American Congress insists upon it, it could be the worst setback in U.S.-Russian relations in several decades. Read More »