Articles by Curt Weldon



A Few Simple Steps for Building Cooperation

After the fall of the Soviet Union and the emergence of Russia as its chief successor state, the United States still cannot seem to escape its superiority complex policy toward one of the most crucial countries in the world.

Making Good on a Promise

Thirty years ago, with the passage of the Jackson-Vanik amendment, the U.S. Congress made a courageous decision to link the Soviet Union's trade status to its record on Jewish emigration.

A New Beginning ...

As the U.S. and Russia work more closely together, we must re-evaluate the nature of our relationship.