Category Archives: Controversial

The Manipulator: Psychological Profile of Ukrainian President Yanukovich

by Elizaveta Egorova, PhD, and Ekaterina Egorova, PhD (This is an update of the April 2010 psychological profile of President Yanukovich by Ekaterina Egorova and Elizaveta Egorova.) Viktor Yanukovich’s choice between the association with the EU or the accession to the Customs Union is quite … Continue reading

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The Lonely Answer: Syria is for Realists

By Ken Feltman I didn’t set a red line, the world set a red line. -President Barack Obama    Yes, President Obama once again decided to vote “present” instead of making a decision. This is but the latest in a … Continue reading

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Roe v. Wade: Was Another Concern on the Justice’s Mind?

By Ken Feltman   Shortly after he had retired from the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Harry Blackmun and his wife, Dorothy, joined another couple and my wife and me for a quiet dinner. He was reflective that evening, especially about … Continue reading

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A question from Politico: Is it appropriate for politicians to use this time, in any capacity, to reexamine gun control?

By Ken Feltman It is appropriate and necessary for politicians and all of us to reexamine gun control. We do not need grandstanding, slogans and political posturing but we do need to take a long, hard look at the culture of violence … Continue reading

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Are Republicans missing too many Sister Souljah moments?

By Ken Feltman One of the surreal moments of this campaign came when I was staffing the desk at my congressional district’s nominating convention. An announcement on the public address system warned that delegates needed to claim their credentials and … Continue reading

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