Vladimir Frolov

Opinion 1 week ago

Flynn’s Guilty Plea Entrenches Already Rock-Bottom Russia Ties (Op-ed)

Flynn’s Guilty Plea Entrenches Already Rock-Bottom Russia Ties (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 week ago

The relationship between Washington and Moscow was already at a historic low

Opinion 2 weeks ago

Putin Is Gunning for the Syrian Finish Line (Op-ed)

Putin Is Gunning for the Syrian Finish Line (Op-ed)

Opinion 2 weeks ago

If Russia’s frantic peacemaking efforts fail, it will not be for lack of trying

Opinion 2 months ago

Two Years on, the Stakes of Russia's War in Syria Are Piling (Op-ed)

Two Years on, the Stakes of Russia's War in Syria Are Piling (Op-ed)

Opinion 2 months ago

Russia may have helped Assad win the war, but crucial decisions lie ahead

Opinion 3 months ago

In Ukraine, Russia Wants Political Control, Not Territory (Op-ed)

In Ukraine, Russia Wants Political Control, Not Territory (Op-ed)

Opinion 3 months ago

A meeting between Moscow's and Washington's top envoys on Ukraine exposes fault lines

Opinion 4 months ago

Russia's Response to Sanctions Shows Restraint (Op-ed)

Russia's Response to Sanctions Shows Restraint (Op-ed)

Opinion 4 months ago

The expulsions allow Russia to signal displeasure without doing serious harm. But that could change.

Opinion 4 months ago

In Trump’s Russia Affair, The Dust Never Seems to Settle (Op-ed)

In Trump’s Russia Affair, The Dust Never Seems to Settle (Op-ed)

Opinion 4 months ago

Last week, it was revelations of an undisclosed meeting between senior Trump campaign officials, including the president’s son and son-in-law, and a Russian lawyer with clear ties to senior Russian officials.

Opinion 5 months ago

Putin and Trump Talked. But Don’t Bet on Real Change (Op-ed)

Putin and Trump Talked. But Don’t Bet on Real Change (Op-ed)

Opinion 5 months ago

Anything other than a presidential brawl would have passed as a diplomatic breakthrough.

News 5 months ago

On the Cheap and for the Elite: Great Power as the New Legitimacy

On the Cheap and for the Elite: Great Power as the New Legitimacy

News 5 months ago

Russia’s foreign policy reinvented itself in mid-2012 after Vladimir Putin’s return to the presidency. His third term has been almost entirely consumed by a foreign agenda with only residual attention to domestic ...

Opinion 5 months ago

Tillerson’s Russia Strategy May Look Too Much Like Obama’s (Op-ed)

Tillerson’s Russia Strategy May Look Too Much Like Obama’s (Op-ed)

Opinion 5 months ago

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is working hard to save what remains of the U.S.-Russia relationship.

News 5 months ago

New U.S. Sanctions on Russia Jeopardize Trump - Putin Dialogue (Op-ed)

New U.S. Sanctions on Russia Jeopardize Trump - Putin Dialogue (Op-ed)

News 5 months ago

President Putin has two options: retaliate in kind, and forfeit hopes for repairing ties with Washington, or risk being exposed as weak in defense of Russia’s interests.