Jordan David Sommers
As someone trained in the field of International Relations, I specialize in the history of the Soviet Union along with those of Russia and Ukraine since the end of the Cold War. More specifically, I focus on American, Russian, and Ukrainian policies post-1991 along with their ramifications for the post-Cold War order and the global balance of power. At this critical time in world affairs, the crisis in Ukraine has and will continue to have consequences for America's relationship not only with Russia and Ukraine but with other great and regional powers across the globe.
Author Archive | Jordan David Sommers
Sanctions Have Crippled Iran’s Economy and Fueled Nationwide Resistance. What Is the Endgame?
Jordan David Sommers 12.28.19
Possessions vs. Principle: The Fundamental Flaws in the Iran Deal
Jordan David Sommers 11.23.19
The Kremlin, Ukraine, and the Future of Détente in the Midst of a New Cold War
Jordan David Sommers 11.13.19