There is a strong whiff of McCarthyism in The West over the Ukraine war. In New Left Review’s ‘Sidecar’. Read the article HERE.
Comparisons are being drawn between Russia’s internal conflict in WW1 and the present situation – the crisis was far more severe then than now Jeffrey Sommers is Professor of Political Economy & Public Policy in […]
There is a lot of baseless wishful thinking about the consequences of the Wagner rebellion for Putin James Hughes is Professor of Comparative Politics at the Department of Government, LSE. Cross-posted from the LSE EUROPP […]
A must read piece on why the Wagner revolt happened, why it failed, and what it means for Putin’s position. Anatol Lieven is Director of the Eurasia Program at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. […]
The Wagner revolt is a consequence of the turf wars which characterise Russia, an infighting which serves the Kremlin’s interests but can also be a threat. Tracey German is Professor of Conflict and Security at […]
It’s possible to oppose both Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the western proxy war on Russia Geoffrey Roberts is Emeritus Professor of History at University College Cork and a member of the Royal Irish Academy […]