Richard Rousseau, Eurasia Review

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Past articles by Richard:

The Ukrainian Conflict: An Anachronism In 21st-Century Europe – OpEd

The Russian invasion of Ukraine last February shook the Western world because of its anachronism and cynicism. With its millions of refugees, this brutal and totally unjustified aggression (wh… → Read More

The Loss Of The Exorbitant Privilege – OpEd

Since the Marshall Plan’s adoption, the US dollar has been the world’s undisputed reserve currency. The basic function of a reserve currency is to offer liquidity to the rest of the glo… → Read More

Three Months Into The Russia-Ukraine War: Four Potential Outcomes – Analysis

The Russian army’s attack on Ukraine is now in its third month. How might the conflict evolve? Here are four of the most common scenarios and what they would mean for the economy. Scenario 1:… → Read More

What A Le Pen Victory Would Mean For Europe – Analysis

A right-wing victory in France would cause a political earthquake in Europe. And the Franco-German engine would be a shambles. The European Union’s leaders have remained silent on the French … → Read More

Four Weeks Into The Russia-Ukraine War: Four Potential Outcomes – Analysis

Vladimir Putin’s envisioned blitzkrieg in Ukraine did not come to fruition. After four weeks of fighting, Russian and Ukrainian forces are still battling, and the Blitzkrieg is a distant memory. Ru… → Read More

Four Short Term Scenarios In The Russia-Ukraine Conflict – Analysis

Many people assumed that when Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, began sending thousands of soldiers and tanks to Ukraine’s border, he was simply making a show of force. The two countr… → Read More

Can The United States Counter China’s Mounting Pressure On Taiwan? – Analysis

As military tensions between China and Taiwan resurface, it is vital to grasp China’s long-term strategy – and what it means for Taiwan and the United States. On Friday, October 1, Beijing launched… → Read More

Authoritarian Rulers Are Not As Powerful As They Appear To Be – OpEd

Take a look at some of the statistics: contrary to popular belief, authoritarian regimes are not infallible or generous. Let us be careful not to fall for their propaganda; our democratic systems’ … → Read More

EU-Balkan Summit: No Set Timeframe For Western Balkans Accession – Analysis

On October 6, Slovenia hosted a summit between the EU and the Western Balkans states. The EU-27 met with their counterparts (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Kosovo) i… → Read More

Central Europe At A Pivotal Juncture – OpEd

No, Central Europe is not doomed to “illiberalism”: The Czech Republic and Poland are witnessing significant political events that will shape a portion of Europe’s future. Countries of Western Euro… → Read More

November 9th, 1989: Unanswered Questions And Legacy – Analysis

Over its 28 years of existence the Berlin Wall became the setting for countless espionage stories, many artfully invented by crime writers, but also many which actually occurred. Even today, three … → Read More