Apologies for not having done one of these for a while…
Dmitri Trenin of Carnegie’s Moscow Center argues that Russia could be squeezed out of a new bipolar world where everything comes down to the USA and China. And while this may be a relief to some in sanctions-affected Russia, he argues that the risk is that Russia loses relevance.
In Time Magazine, David Miller argues that just because Netanyahu can annex parts of the West Bank doesn’t mean he will.
Nana Kalandadze of International IDEA looks at the aborted attempt to hold an all-postal ballot in Poland last weekend.