Russia: Between Cooperation and Reluctance

By Julio Espinoza, Staff Writer Not a foe, neither a friend, what is Russia to the world? My last two articles tried to shed light…

The Backbone of Moscow’s Security and Foreign Policy

By Julio Espinoza, Staff Writer In my last contribution I argued that Russia sits on a vast territory surrounded by threats and is full of…

Russia Is Back! Are We Ready for the Challenge?

By Julio Espinoza, Staff Writer On Wednesday, in Moscow, the U.S. Secretary of State held high-level conversations with his Russian counterpart and the President of…

My Trip to Russia: Journey from the Heart to the Soul

By Lara Cornelius, Staff Writer I always get this melancholy feeling when I land in Moscow. After spending the night in London, I immediately recognized…

Larisa Skuratovskaya : The Roots of Three Generations of Strong Women In My Family

By Lara Cornelius, Staff Writer Larisa is a beam of light when she steps into a room – the embodiment of Eastern European beauty, elegance,…

Trump, Russian Oil, and “The Odious Smell of Truth”

By Jake Strickler, Editor-in-Chief Last Sunday night, at about 11:00 p.m., I found myself headed through the U.S.-Mexico border, the nose of the car pointed…

Pussy Riots and Protests: The Fight for Equal Rights

By Lara Cornelius, Staff Writer In 2012, a group of five Russian girls wearing bright ski masks danced mockingly in an up-yours-style protest before the…

Fidel Castro Roundtable

By Mary Grace Richardson, Staff Writer Last week Cuban politician and revolutionary Fidel Castro passed, resurfacing a storm of debate surrounding his legacy. With his…

Emerging Markets Bazaar

Thunderbird Emerging Markets Business Association (TEMBA) organized an Emerging Bazaar on Thursday April 24th. It was an informational event with teams from different countries of…