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New Paper: Cold Shiver: An Indictment of Russian Transgressions

In Geo-Politics today one of the most pressing, and existential questions for the United States today is what to do about Russian intransigence. This paper which I present to you today, attempts to answer this question. In keeping with the current state of affairs, Russian recalcitrance concerning the Syria episode, as well as Ukraine, merit… Continue reading New Paper: Cold Shiver: An Indictment of Russian Transgressions

European Affairs · Political Theory · Russian Affairs

Russia, The Occidental, and What We Can Learn From Gustavus Adolphus The Great

In the fall of 1632, on the battlefields of the then publicly dismembered Holy Roman Empire; one Gustavus Adolphus II, or the great as he’s now known, was cut down, in the heat of what was surely not expected to be his last battle, at Lutzen. His death, which was publicly mourned in Sweden, and… Continue reading Russia, The Occidental, and What We Can Learn From Gustavus Adolphus The Great