Europe and Eurasia

By Anand Datla
May 14, 2012

James Mittelman describes what global conflict will look like in the not-too-distant future .

By Bradley Martin
April 16, 2012

After thirty years of research, biographer John Lewis Gaddis reveals the humanity of the Cold War’s most famous diplomat.

By Kevin Blachford
March 26, 2012

On the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War, renewed tension with Argentina should make Britain wary of proposed cuts to its defense budget.

By Jordan Heim
Staff Writer
February 13, 2012

Even if the EU’s proposed fiscal treaty were realistic, it would still fail to create
the institutional foundation Europe needs to cure its financial ills.

By Raluca Besliu
January 30, 2012

Vladimir Putin wants the presidency. Will mass protests derail his plans?


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