July 15, 2014
By Claude Salhani
If you think the oil industry is already too powerful, imagine that power under the control of already powerful terrorists whose aim is political supremacy over multiple territories.
July 8, 2014
By Claude Salhani
Ariel Cohen spoke to Trend regarding several topical issues, including the U.S.-Azerbaijan relations, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, recent developments in Iraq and Iran’s disputed nuclear program.
The Globe and Mail
May 22, 2014
By Richard Blackwell
A close ally of Vladimir Putin – and a target of Western sanctions – has emerged as a key player in the dramatic expansion of energy ties between Russia and China.
April 28, 2014
By Henry Meyer and Irina Reznik
Outside a Moscow stadium one night in 2006, deputy central bank chief Andrei Kozlov was walking to his car after playing soccer when two men opened fire, pumping bullets into his head and neck and killing his driver.
April 25, 2014
By Oren Dorell
The West has several things it can do short of military intervention to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin from taking unwanted action inUkraine, analysts said.
В самопровозглашенной Донецкой республике появились провокационные листовки, обязывающие евреев проходить регистрацию за деньги. В противном случае власти якобы угрожают их выслать.
Речь, судя по всему, действительно идет о провокации, однако даже если это так – это очень тревожный симптом. У нас в студии сегодня американский политолог, ведущий эксперт института Heritage Foundation, доктор Ариэль Коэн.
March 5th, 2014
During a private fundraiser, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton compared Putin’s claims of protecting minorities as justification for invading Ukraine to similar actions by Hitler in the 1930s. Anderson discussed these remarks and Putin’s strategies with author Masha Gessen and Ariel Cohen, who is a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation who interviewed Putin several times.
February 26, 2014
By John Fraher, Daryna Krasnolutska and Nicole Gaouette
Arseniy Yatsenyuk won the support of Ukrainian protesters in Kiev to lead an interim cabinet and avert a default after the nation’s bloodiest unrest since World War II as the U.S. said it was working on a $1 billion rescue.