Tag Archives: russia

Civil War & World War

War becomes increasingly unpleasant for me to mention because it is scary  as it moves from the historical into a realm of closer proximity.   If you want to know what war looks like, look at some of the images from … Continue reading

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Aftershow: Comparing the International Situation to the Domestic Situations

Comparing the TTPs in the Ukraine/Russia war to the TTPs in our domestic conflicts. It matters deeply who is right to the parties involved, but not so much for historians a century from how. FACT: Conflict is here. QUESTION: Will … Continue reading

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Podcast: Russia

Russia, Ukraine, Japan, WW2 and historical discontinuities. Are we approaching a major historical discontinuity? Yes (we always are), we just don’t know how or when it will break.

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War with Russia?

This makes a great companion piece to my article on two hundred years of war between Russia and the West. While my article takes a historical look a the relationship, David Sant’s article focus on the contemporary and military components. … Continue reading

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Podcast: What is the Catalyst? When is the Tipping Point?

Describing our current situation — the rule of the New Pharisees. Most people are comfortable in a totalitarian world. The Church is responsible to wake up and realize our condition. And then preach the Word boldly. What is the Catalyst? … Continue reading

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Russia

If you are interested in Foreign Policy, this is a great article. Kind of backs up my opinion that we will see a war with Russia. Will Russia Further Lower Its Nuclear Weapons Use Threshold? A couple of points: 1) … Continue reading

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