As U.S. military efforts meet with little success, Russia has taken a much more active approach to Afghanistan, building bridges with the Taliban and hoping to enhance its role in the region.
Sam Nunn: 'We Have a Choice Between Cooperation or Catastrophe'
June 20, 2017
4 US Ambassadors Offer a Positive Agenda for US-Russian Relations
June 19, 2017
For Washington, Russia Makes Afghanistan Mess Even Messier
June 14, 2017
25 Years of Nuclear Security Cooperation by the US, Russia and Other Newly Independent States: A Timeline
Mariana Budjeryn, Simon Saradzhyan and William Tobey
At a time when the U.S. and the newly independent states of the former Soviet Union still saw each other as mortal enemies, they found the courage, creativity and capacity for trust to work together in the name of preventing nuclear catastrophe.
A Sino-Russian Military-Political Alliance Would Be Bad News for America
Vladimir Putin’s visit to Beijing signals growing Russian support for China’s OBOR initiative and even the far-off prospect of a Sino-Russian alliance. America would be wise to gently pull Moscow from Beijing’s embrace.