Angus Ross, Andrew Savchenko
Russia reserves the right to pursue its interests in the post–Soviet space without Western interference, in any way it sees fit.
With Vladimir Putin now safely back in the Kremlin for another six years, and with a number of crises involving Russian forces still smoldering in the world, the time is ripe to have another look at the vexing question of what exactly Russia might want from the next decade, and what it might be willing to do to achieve these ends.
Russia is one of history’s great survivors. In one form or another, it has existed …read more
Source: The National Interest