We’ve made it all the way to the Quarterfinal round of our 2018 Geopolitical World Cup! If you’ve missed any of the action to this point, be sure to check out our Group Stage (Part I, Part II) and Knockout Stage (Part I, Part II) rundowns to catch up with the Quarterfinal nations.
In our last article in the Geopolitical World Cup series, we finished out the Group Stage and determined who would advance to the knockout rounds.Read More »
As you may know, the soccer (or perhaps more properly, futbol) World Cup is starting later this week in Russia and there have been tons of takes on which squad to root for given the absence of the United States from the competition. I figured I’d do something a little different to celebrate the World Cup, one of my favorite sporting events: run the whole event as if it were a geopolitical competition instead of a soccer one. Read More »
An interesting international relations development shows just how much control Russia exerts over its client states. (Hint: a lot.)
So it has been awhile since we had one of these (thankfully), but the worst idea of April 2018 is a great representative of the silliness seemingly assaulting our politics these days.Read More »
Russia’s massive Olympic doping fraud just came back to bite them. Hard.
Can we really blame the impact of Russian disinformation efforts on Internet companies like Facebook, Twitter, & Google?