Russia Should Fear China, Not Embrace Them

“China and the United States are on the long road to strategic competition, saddling up to China will not make Russia a great player on the world stage; it will make Russia just another tributary state in the growing Neo-Chinese Empire. Instead, Russia should seek to embrace the West, in order to better defend against their restless Chinese neighbors.”

U.S. Out of Afghanistan: Here’s How

Here is my recent American Greatness article that was featured in Real Clear Politics on August 19, 2017. It’s time for a negotiated settlement, a major drawdown of U.S. forces, a regional diplomatic approach to South Asia, and the abandonment of nation-building and a focus on counterterrorism in Afghanistan.

Understanding Russia’s Role In Afghanistan

Here is my next article at American Greatness. In a follow-up piece to my article on America’s need to exit Afghanistan by using India, I address how Russia’s increased presence in Afghanistan could complicate that strategy and how to make Russia work with the Trump Administration in its goal of winning the War in Afghanistan and bringing the troops home.

Bangladesh at a Crossroads: Modernity or Medievalism?

Following the Islamic State’s savage Dhaka Cafe Attack this last week, I provide a detailed background of Bangladesh, its history, its cultural inclinations, its politics, and where I think the country is headed. Needless to say, like so much of the Muslim world, demographics are working against the pro-Western, secular government.