The Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to create heartburn for reactionary populists. Jacob Heilbrunn reports from an emergency gathering of crypto-fascist luminaries: It was notable that at the co
I interviewed Dr. Samuel Ramani about how the 2022 invasion of Ukraine fits into the broader picture of Russian politics and Russian interventions. Rahami recently finished his dissertation on the pol
Is this the “denazification” Putin has been blathering on about? Ukraine’s president has aired his frustration on Twitter over the missile strike on the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial
I’ve got a newish, short piece up at the website for Exit from Hegemony. As is my wont, I’m cross-posting it here. In The National Interest, Richard Javad Heydarian wri
Despite showing some questionable judgment about whom to cite, Paul Musgrave has a nice piece in the Washington Post on Russian propaganda and the US election. The whole thing does a good job of syn
Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy. Although I am always skeptical of moment of journalists using moments of crisis to write of leaders, domestic or international. After all, oil is not going to sta
isn’t happening. I, for one, am shocked.
This is kind of old, but I still have to acknowledge the fabulous theater of it all: Moving quickly to stamp out growing unrest, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin flew to the small town of Pikalyovo on Th