Articles Tagged: Russia

The Consequences of Procrastination

The Crimean situation demonstrates the unintended consequences of procrastination and policy driven by climate ideology.  Although the US and EU may impose biting sanctions on Russia for its invasion of the Ukraine, the economic and political consequences may be worse because of the repeated failure of the West to face up to the reality of […]

American Technologists and Entrepreneurs Re-Set Russian Relations

Institute Director Mark Mills and Sir Tony Brenton, a Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge and formerly Britain’s Ambassador to Russia, consider U.S.-Russian relations and the role that exploitation of energy will have in a piece published by Real Clear Politics, http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/09/04/american_technologists_and_entrepreneurs_re-set_russian_relations_119797.html. The article follows: Unsurprisingly, oil prices are up in reaction to the Syrian mess. It’s worth keeping in […]

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