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Slouching toward war with Russia

from the Nation.com

Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,

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Norman Pilon reblogged this on Taking Sides.

National Bugle Radio: Syria, Russia, Jewish Power, and Professor Stephen F. Cohen

Dr. Patrick Slattery and Reverend Mark Dankof discuss recent developments in Syria, Russia, and the Ukraine, and the analysis of Princeton Professor Stephen F. Cohen. They then went beyond Cohen’s analysis and brought in the role of Jewish power. 28 more words

Radio Shows

Blaming Putin after BREXIT

John Batchelor interviews Stephen F. Cohen, NYU, Princeton University, EastWestAccord.com

“Brexit is a win for Putin,” announced Michael McFaul, a former U.S. ambassador to Russia. 55 more words


NATO Buildup on Russia's Borders: Mobilization for War or 'Just Business'?

The extraordinary US-NATO build-up of military forces — on land, sea, and air — on and very near Russia’s borders, or the opening of “NATO’s Eastern Front”, as Professor of Russian studies at Princeton University and New York University Stephen F. 1,096 more words


Trump raises five good foreign policy questions

Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian history at Princeton and NYU and a contributing editor of The Nation, said in a broadcast that Donald Trump is the only major-party candidate who raises certain fundamental and urgent foreign policy questions: 418 more words

Election 2016

Bashing NATO: Stephen F. Cohen

Time to check in again with Stephen F. Cohen, the NYU prof (and hubby of limo-lefty Nation publisher Katrina van den Heuvel) who is America’s most prominent Kremlinologist – and Vladimir Putin’s most ardent and assiduous champion in the U.S. 915 more words


Interview with Professor Stephen F. Cohen

Top Russia Scholar Stephen F. Cohen – the Man the US Should Be Listening to on Russia.

The Obama administration’s and NATO’s recent ramp up of forces on the Russian border has raised many questions on why the mainstream media and the presidential campaigns have failed to acknowledge the growing military presence in the region. 28 more words

War & Terror