U.S. sanctions

A rudderless U.S. foreign policy: Obama flounders in dealing with the Ukraine, ISIS, and Ebola

Draft While the United States has finally, and belatedly, begun military actions in Iraq and Syria to slow the advance of ISIS forces, the country…


The Ukraine: Continuing Russian aggression, and the actions the circumstances require

How the West and other civilized nations should respond–at this point–to Russian aggression in the Ukraine Advice for foreign policy decision-makers in Europe and the…


Keeping our eyes on the ball: Sectoral sanctions must be imposed against Russia, NOW, for its invasion, purported “annexation”, and continuing occupation of the Crimea

Developing What is needed at this point to stop Russian aggression and reverse its effects are serious third-stage sanctions against Russia itself, including important sectors…



Appeasing the Aggressor: (Hybrid-) Pacifists in U.S. and E.U. give Russia a slap on the wrist for aggression and military intervention in the Ukraine

Appeasement in Europe, 2014 The “hybrid-pacifists” who lead Europe and the U.S. may have been willing in some cases to send troops to Iraq and…