Tag: Russia

Report from Poland: Ukrainian Refugees and a Tangled History

The Polish government immediately granted temporary rights to the refugees, giving them employment, health and education support for eighteen months.

‘Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and Nationality’: Putin’s Remaking of Imperial Russia

Russia is better viewed as a ‘subaltern Empire in a Eurocentric world’.

What Lies Beneath: The Russia–Ukraine War

Simplistic, black and white judgements are dominant right now, but there is good reason to think that this war may turn out to be much more than a struggle over a lily-white democratic versus autocratic principle.

Turkey in Syria

The Kurds, the Russians, and democracy in Turkey

Regional Inferno

The turbulent state of the Middle East

Syria, by Jeremy Salt

The war the United States cannot allow to end

The Bolshevik Century, by Guy Rundle

The October revolution in the twentieth-century political imagination

A New Cold War?, by Roger Markwick

Russia, NATO and US power

Outrage by Noam Chomsky

Manufactured outrage and the hypocrisy of the West

Ukraine, by Damien Kingsbury

Russian memory and Putin's larger game