As the saying goes, worse things happen at sea
The last chapter of the Cold War?
Russia vs. U.S.
Blast from the past
“An exceptionally dangerous man”
So, what is it?
The 1980s called…
Our old friend Mikhail
Amnesty, autonomy, and the Cold War.
US, EU agree on tougher sanctions.
“Western leaders find themselves scolding him one minute while pleading with him the next.”
Keeping Ivan at bay.
Plus, a little projection from Russia.
“It was easier than it is today.”
“He’s just not a natural leader.”
The new alignment
“What we don’t need right now is politicians who have never seen war talking tough for the sake of their political careers.”
“The Ukraine has a long history of either being part of the Soviet Union or within that sphere.”
“At the moment, it doesn’t make a lot of sense.”
“Two Lents from now, unless something changes …”
His pen was mightier than communism’s sword.
“Maybe [Americans] don’t feel as if our public life reflects our best.”
“The more people that are armed, the more that we have the ability to fight police terrorism or fight fascist terrorism.”
Focusing on immutable identity rather than mutable policy.