Prepare for the use of Russian nuclear weapons in Ukraine
Russia has the means, motive, justification, and enough of a distorted view of the world to transition from conventional to nuclear war.
The entire invasion of Ukraine is an unmitigated failure
After six weeks of losses, it is hard to see what Moscow stands to gain from its invasion of Ukraine as its political, economic, and security situation is worse now.
I used to support Russia. Now I stand with Ukraine.
Being an American who calls Russia his home, I have had very conflicted feelings about the invasion which has made it difficult for me to understand where I stand.
Extended remarks on the war in Ukraine as delivered today during a roundtable hosted by the Civic Chamber of Russia
I accepted an invitation by the Civic Chamber of Russia to share my thoughts at a roundtable about the war in Ukraine. I participated remotely, as I had already left Russia.
The populist roots of the #CalExit movement and why that Pandora’s Box has to be closed
Contrary to public belief, the CalExit movement was not started as a response to the 2016 presidential election, and was actually founded by myself, a conservative national-populist and Trump supporter.
Putin's political calculation on Ukraine and why western sanctions only play into his hands
The discussion on why Russia may invade Ukraine often centers on the strategic threat Russia would face if Ukraine joined NATO but this is more about domestic politics than Ukraine joining NATO.
On the founding of #CalExit and it's new meaning
#CalExit was never about devolution or Sub-National Sovereignty, or promoting the woke politics of the left.
Why I left Russia after five years as an expat in that country
The only appropriate thing a foreigner should do when living in a country but disagrees with the way things work in that country, is to leave.