The first package I’ve ever done, detailing the relationship between the Russian Federation and Crimea. It looks at the cultural, political and historical factors and features interviews with three professors from Thiel College. AdvertisementsRead more "Russian Perspective on Crimea: In-Depth Package"
With the current crisis brewing in Ukraine and Crimea, and this blog’s focus on North America and Europe, it only seems appropriate to cover the situation. However, with a situation of this size and the complex political and ethnic factors involved, an article wouldn’t effectively convey enough information, so I will be working on a […]Read more "Upcoming Package Announcement!"
A professor at Thiel College and veteran of the War in Iraq, Mr. Huddleston, offered his commentary towards the political effects of the Sochi Olympics on U.S.-Russian relations.Read more "An Expert’s Commentary On The Sochi Olympics"
The Cold War, the great ideological struggle that divided the world for decades after World War II until the Fall of the Berlin Wall, pitted the United States and NATO against the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact in the greatest arms race the world had ever seen. When the Warsaw Pact dissolved and the […]Read more "Is A Threat Growing In Russia?"
In the aftermath of World War II, the Red Army had occupied the entirety of Eastern Europe and tensions were rising between the East and the West. In the West, democracies were now arising in countries that had been liberated from Nazi Germany by the Allies, while in the East communist governments were now being […]Read more "The North Atlantic Treaty Organization"
With the 2014 Winter Olympics being held in Sochi rapidly approaching, it seems hard to believe that it was selected all the way back in 2007 during the IOC (International Olympic Committee) Session in Guatemala. During this speech in which President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin argued for Sochi to be chosen, he spoke […]Read more "Origins of the Sochi Olympics"