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Gordon M. Hahn’s Interview for Polish Conservative Site in Polish

For Gordon M. Hahn’s interview to the conservative Polish website see:


About the Author – Gordon M. Hahn, Ph.D., Expert Analyst at Corr Analytics, and a Senior Researcher at the Center for Terrorism and Intelligence Studies (CETIS), Akribis Group, San Jose, California,

Dr. Hahn is the author of Ukraine Over the Edge: Russia, the West, and the ‘New Cold War (McFarland Publishers, 2017) and three previously and well-received books: Russia’s Revolution From Above: Reform, Transition and Revolution in the Fall of the Soviet Communist Regime, 1985-2000 (Transaction Publishers, 2002);  Russia’s Islamic Threat (Yale University Press, 2007); and The Caucasus Emirate Mujahedin: Global Jihadism in Russia’s North Caucasus and Beyond (McFarland Publishers, 2014). He has published numerous think tank reports, academic articles, analyses, and commentaries in both English and Russian language media and has served as a consultant and provided expert testimony to the U.S. government.

Dr. Hahn also has taught at Boston, American, Stanford, San Jose State, and San Francisco State Universities and as a Fulbright Scholar at Saint Petersburg State University, Russia. He has been a senior associate and visiting fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Kennan Institute in Washington DC as well as the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.

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  1. Interesting. I think you err too much on treating Trump as an idiot (most political analysts have erred there already, and I think foreign policy analysts are following them). More over you give too much credit to the swamp that spent the last decade fighting a pointless renewed cold war with Russia while ignoring China which has become the biggest Economy with US technology almost as if no one had predicted it.
    But certainly I agree that Ukraine is a tragedy and Poland will have to assist it charitably (not just grab land).

    More speculatively – in the emerging US/China 2 worlds scenario (with trade, hybrid or real wars), I think the US has a deliberate plan for Russia. With 2 worlds it is more important to scare neutrals from consorting with the enemy than winning them over to yourself. Harsh treatment of anyone who crosses the US then is demanded, and making an example of Russia, NK and Iran becomes a sensible policy. (Not as sensible as embracing a multi-polar world, but that option was missed 10 years ago).

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