prof. Andrej Kreutz The optimistic predictions that "the Minsk-2” accords will be successful, will bring long term peace and quiet to the war-torn southeast of Ukraine” and perhaps even, "will put the nail in the coffin of NATO expansion” were based on two rational, but not including some other factors, premises: 1. The increased activism of the anti-war movement in the […]Czytaj dalej ›
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prof. Andrej Kreutz I. Even though the ideological and social systemic antagonism, which at least officially lay at the core of the old Cold War (1947 – 1987/91), ended a long time ago, Americans and their allies’ hostility and various forms of tensions with Moscow have persisted for at least three main reasons: A) Since the end of World War II, the […]Czytaj dalej ›
prof. Andrej Kreutz Review: Zbigniew Brzezinski, Strategic Vision and the Crisis of Global Power, New York 2012. Zbigniew Brzezinski, an American scholar of Polish origin and former National Security Advisor for President Jimmy Carter, is certainly a prominent figure. Despite his age (Mr. Brzezinski is 86), he still remains one of the most thoughtful and farsighted representatives of the American political […]Czytaj dalej ›
prof. Andrej Kreutz What is the Way Out of the Ukrainian Crisis? The ongoing political crisis in Ukraine is probably one of the most important developments in the post-Soviet territories, and its impact could influence both the future of the region and the whole international system. The Ukrainian Prime Minister Janukovich’s delay to sign the Association Agreement of his country […]Czytaj dalej ›
prof. Andrej Kreutz Russia and its leaders’ diplomatic achievements towards facilitating the solving of the problem of Syrian chemical weapons was widely recognized and accepted, even by some scholars and analysts who had been known for their Russophobic prejudices and hostility towards Moscow. As one of them, American Professor Rajan Menon admitted, „Putin was able to place Russia on center […]Czytaj dalej ›