Articles by Alexander Petrov



Improving Russia's Image in the U.S.

Modern U.S.-Russian relations rest on rich historical experience. Those relations were interrupted in 1917 but re-­established in 1933. Since then, bilateral relations have withstood a Cold War, detente, perestroika and positive-negative fluctuations in U.S. and Russian public opinion about the other country.

Pale Imitation of Justice

Igor Sutyagin was sentenced last week to 15 years in prison, the longest sentence for espionage since Soviet times.