Alexander Golts

Opinion 3 years ago

Putin's World Is Far Removed From Reality (Op-Ed)

Putin's World Is Far Removed From Reality (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

In his recent speech at the Valdai International Discussion Club, Putin showed a certain disregard for elementary logic, writes columnist Alexander Golts.

Opinion 3 years ago

Syria Sparks Cold War Deja Vu (Op-Ed)

Syria Sparks Cold War Deja Vu (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

Those who today are so happy about Russian precision bombing in Syria should stop to consider the inevitable consequences of those actions, writes columnist Alexander Golts.

Opinion 3 years ago

War Is Peace: Russia's Orwellian Propaganda (Op-Ed)

War Is Peace: Russia's Orwellian Propaganda (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

Most Russians approve of their country's involvement in the Syrian conflict without even taking the trouble to understand its purpose, writes columnist Alexander Golts.

Opinion 3 years ago

Russia Is Entering a Long and Pointless War (Op-Ed)

Russia Is Entering a Long and Pointless War (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

It is already clear that Russia has become drawn into a useless war, one with no definite military objectives and that is impossible to win, writes columnist Alexander Golts.

Opinion 3 years ago

How Moscow Forces Washington's Hand (Op-Ed)

How Moscow Forces Washington's Hand (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

If Moscow cannot offer anything constructive to the international dialogue, it must create new problems in order to remain relevant, writes columnist Alexander Golts.

Opinion 3 years ago

The West Blinked First in Syria (Op-Ed)

The West Blinked First in Syria (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

The West's lack of resolve on Syria could embolden Moscow toward further adventurism. After all, the Kremlin is convinced it has the right to use its soldiers' lives in order to strengthen ...

Opinion 3 years ago

Will Putin Get Embroiled in Second War? (Op-Ed)

Will Putin Get Embroiled in Second War? (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

The Kremlin risks involving Russia in yet another grueling conflict. As everyone knows, it rarely ends well for those who fight a war on two fronts, writes columnist Alexander Golts.

Opinion 3 years ago

Putin Helps Distort History in Beijing (Op-Ed)

Putin Helps Distort History in Beijing (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

Was it wise for the Russian leader to take part in China's distortion of what really happened at the end of World War II, which essentially diminishes the role of the Soviet ...

Opinion 3 years ago

MAKS 2015 Fails to Take Off (Op-Ed)

MAKS 2015 Fails to Take Off (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

The MAKS 2015 air show was a symbol of the state of affairs in Russia's aviation industry.

Opinion 3 years ago

Putin and Kim Jong Un Are Not So Different (Op-Ed)

Putin and Kim Jong Un Are Not So Different (Op-Ed)

Opinion 3 years ago

Are President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un really that different, asks columnist Alexander Golts.