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Putin's Power Ploys

Composer Sergei Rachmaninoff’s family pushes back against latest Kremlin propaganda initiative.

Public Opinion

The Russian president is still popular, but not as much as he was before falling oil prices and Western sanctions put the squeeze on people’s budgets.

Crude Economics

Bargain-basement oil prices have Venezuela on the ropes, but don’t expect the Saudis to cave in and cut production.

The Yemeni Civil War

As the Saudis enter Sana’a, casualties will likely skyrocket.

Land of the Rising Gun

Shinzo Abe’s apparent success in pushing through his controversial remilitarization plan tells us something about Japan’s readiness as a society to confront China’s growing power.

Chinese Immigration

Yep, the Chinese are having them. Taken alongside all the recent economic news, it looks like lots of very successful and well-informed people in China think there is something serious to worry about.

Fighting the Future
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Blue Model Zombies
With yesterday's NLRB ruling, progressives have taken up William F. Buckley’s stance—"athwart history, yelling 'Stop!'” It won't work.
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Moscow and the West
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After Same-Sex Marriage
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Dealing with Iran
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