Category: Color Revolutions

by Gordon M. Hahn The US government, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFERL), is claiming a sharp spike in asylum claims from Russian citizens, hitting a 24-year high in 2017, jumping nearly 40 percent from the previous year (www.rferl.org/a/russian-asylum-applications-in-u-s-hit-24-year-record/29204843.html). While if true, this is almost certainly an indication of growing dissatisfaction with the government […]

by Gordon M. Hahn Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech to both houses of the Federal Assembly on Thursday was significant for the more immediate politics of the Russian presidential campaign and representative of Russia’s contemporary cultural discourse and identity. It addressed two key blocs of state-tied constituencies Putin will need to ensure an easy first […]

by Gordon M. Hahn Judging from his statements on the campaign trail, it was generally expected that as president Donald Trump would seek a major reform of what he in many ways properly called “obsolete” NATO and move to reduce tensions between this unprecedentedly powerful military alliance and the regional power excluded de facto from […]

See Dr. Hahn’s 16 April 2017 Sott Radio interview at http://www.sott.net/article/348338-The-Truth-Perspective-Interview-with-Gordon-M-Hahn-Revolution-regime-change-and-jihad “Today on the Truth Perspective, we interview Dr. Hahn about his work on Russia’s Islamic threat, as well as his research on regime change and revolution. We’ll also discuss ideas from his first book, Russia’s Revolution from Above: Reform, Transition, and Revolution in the […]