Recently my blog post "Twenty Years After the Cold War: A Strategic Survey" (originally an article I published in the journal Parameters) became this blog's most-read post ever.
The principal country source of traffic to my blog during this period, interestingly enough, has been Ukraine, which hadn't been a big source before. (The top five countries in descending order had been the United States by a long margin, then Russia, Germany, France and the UK.) A comparison of the numbers also makes clear that many of the visitors from Ukraine are looking at that particular page.
Given the events recently in the headlines, I can't help but be intrigued. Everyone's invited to comment here, of course, but if you're one of those visitors, I'm particularly curious as to your thoughts.