Lieven is a senior fellow of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft and author of Pakistan: A Hard Country and author of Ukraine and Russia: A Fraternal Rivalry.
Biden's National Security Strategy Uses Fear as a Cover for Reckless Ambition
The new National Security Strategy overlooks America's strengths and sets it on a course of unsustainable primacy, argues Anatol LievenBy Anatol Lieven
Russia Has Been Warning the West About Ukraine for Decades
When I was a journalist for The Times (London) in Moscow in December 1992, I saw a print-out of a speech by the then Russian foreign minister, Andrei Kozyrev, warning that if the West continued...By Anatol Lieven
What Pakistan Stands to Gain From the Taliban Takeover of Afghanistan
We need to recognize that the single most important factor in Taliban victory was their own commitment, courage and sheer grit. Nevertheless without Pakistan’s shelter and support they might not be marching through the streets...By Anatol Lieven
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