Putin in July (or the fight for Russia's soul)
Washington Post (blog)
In 1990-1991, Mikhail Gorbachev tried to maintain a delicate balancing act between westward-looking liberals and isolationist hardliners, an attempt that directly contributed to his downfall when the hardliners decided to overthrow him in the August coup.
Russian newspaper seemingly casts blame on Kremlin for downed Malaysia ...
New York Daily News
The paper — which is partly owned by former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev — was scattered across newsstands as European Union ambassadors reached a preliminary agreement to move forward with strict economic sanctions against Russia.
Ukraine Putin's game changer
Though they seem to be disappearing, there are still pockets of Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin's pluralism in the Russian state. And while Putin appears to be an increasingly dominant figure in a close-knit coterie of leaders, many stemming from ...
Antoine Arjakovsky ABC Religion and Ethics 24 Jul 2014
Additionally, it is wrong to say that NATO or the European Union promised Mikhail Gorbachev not to expand eastward. Well to the contrary, it was Mikhail Gorbachev himself who dreamed of building a common European home because he knew that the ...