U.S. Foreign Policy

By Love, Money, or Violence: The Struggle for Primacy in the Black Sea

Międzymorze is an interwar geopolitical vision conceptualized by the Polish leader Józef Piłsudski (and later adopted by Wladyslaw Sikorski). It is commonly rendered into Latin as Intermarium or "between the seas." The "seas" in Piłsudski's formulation are the endpoints...

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COLCHIS: Georgia and the geopolitics of resilience

Arguably, the most straightforward entree into the world of Georgian geopolitics is the West-Russia tension at the heart of its foreign policy dilemma. Georgia is a former Soviet republic with longstanding cultural, economic and political ties to Russia in...

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Russian Foreign Policy in the Putin Era: A Conference Report

On April 11, 2016, the Foreign Policy Research Institute and the Transatlantic Academy of the German Marshall Fund collaborated with the University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House, the Penn-Temple European Studies Colloquium, and the Atlantic Council’s Dinu Patriciu Eurasia...

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The West Wants Isolation. What Now for Eastern Europe?

Turkey, Russia, and NATO Enter the Danger Zone

NATO: Correcting the Course

Libya: Our First Cosmopolitan War?