Author Archives: T&B

Notes from China (plus Two Handfuls of Dust)

T&B Rides Again – And a Note from our New Sponsor! T&B was (mis-) conceived under the premise that we could save mankind from itself. That the folly, the misconceptions, the constant repetition of the same errors expecting that somehow, … Continue reading

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America’s Failed (Bi-Partisan) Russia Policy – by Stephen F. Cohen

The United States and Russia are at a potentially fateful crossroads in their relations. Twenty years after the end of the Soviet Union, the relationship features more elements of cold-war conflict than of stable cooperation. Still more, recent developments, including … Continue reading

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John R. Bradley on Syria and Russia

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Enter Dragon, Smoking…

One of the wonderful things about living in Russia is the number of times one can celebrate the same holiday. The glorious October Revolution occurred in November, while the Orthodox Christmas and New Year occur some two weeks after their … Continue reading

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*Berezovsky’s Other Battle for Billions

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