Ukraine’s revolution is over. Now what?
George Friedman is chief executive officer of Stratfor, the world’s leading online publisher of geopolitical intelligence. He is a widely recognized international affairs expert and author of numerous books, including The Next 100 Years (Doubleday, 2009), America’s Secret War (Doubleday, 2005), and The Future of War (Crown, 1996).
26 Feb 2014 | FEATURES |
Perhaps this time will be different, but it has never been a bad idea to be pessimistic about Ukraine.
The American public’s indifference to foreign affairs
20 Feb 2014 | FEATURES |
The world must get used to a USA which will not pay any price and bear any burden to support the cause of liberty.
Germany flexes its muscles
5 Feb 2014 | FEATURES |
Why is Angela Merkel's government annoying Russia by supporting the protest movement in the Ukraine?
In the shadow of the Russian bear
29 Jan 2014 | FEATURES |
The Ukraine is so important strategically to Russia that non-interference is almost unimaginable.
Is the Gregorian calendar out of date?
3 Jan 2014 | FEATURES |
Reformers argue that the 431-year-old system is doing widespread damage to the economy.
Israel’s new strategic position
4 Dec 2013 | FEATURES |
Israel's only existential threat is a nuclear Iran -- but Iran's prospects for developing a nuclear weapon are still remote.
Israelis, Saudis and the Iranian Agreement
27 Nov 2013 | FEATURES |
The US is not abandoning its allies, but it wants them to be more self-reliant in a time of diminishing resources.
Ideology and necessity
13 Nov 2013 | FEATURES |
They may detest each other, but Iran and the United States will eventually strike a deal.
US foreign policy from the founders’ perspective
24 Oct 2013 | FEATURES |
How does Thomas Jefferson's principle of neutrality guide the United States now?
The roots of the American shutdown
9 Oct 2013 | FEATURES |
The primary system has placed unyielding ideologues at the centre of US politics.
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