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Michael McFaul is director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and a Hoover fellow at Stanford University and a contributing columnist to The Post. He is the author of "From Cold War to Hot Peace: An American Ambassador in Putin’s Russia."
Another dangerous error from a president who hates international agreements.
All Americans should have an equal opportunity to vote on Election Day.
Russia is still behaving like a rogue state. More sanctions will be needed
When foreign affairs are, literally, personal.
Helsinki will be remembered as the most appalling public display of capitulation by an American president to a Kremlin leader ever.
He's confident. He'll never admit wrongdoing. And he'll probably be late.
Foreign diplomacy should be shaped by national interests, not by personal chemistry.
A new round of sanctions will merely drive the people into the arms of the mullahs.
A widespread state disinformation campaign said I wanted to overthrow Russia's government
Putin is at war with democracy there.