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Cory Welt 04-18-2014
The events of the past week in Ukraine have raised the specter of expanded Russian military intervention, political upheaval, and civil war. Moscow’s reputation in much of the country and in the international...
PONARS Eurasia 04-18-2014
(The New York Times - "Away From Show of Diplomacy in Geneva, Putin Puts On a Show of His Own") MOSCOW — Even as the world’s top diplomats were gingerly drafting a tentative accord to “de-...
Tags: Ukraine, Russia
PONARS Eurasia 04-18-2014
(The Daily Beast - "Is Putin’s Next Move to Take Over Odessa?") Crimea is in Moscow’s hands. Deadly fighting has broken out in parts of Eastern Ukraine. And now there are signs that Russian...
PONARS Eurasia 04-18-2014
(New Republic - "A Year After the Boston Bombing") We now know that the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, which occurred a year ago this week, might have been prevented if U.S.-Russia counterterrorism cooperation...
Maria Popova 04-18-2014
(Foreign Affairs) Ukraine has struggled with the law since its independence. Its judiciary is plagued by two main problems: political dependence and corruption. Political subservience extends from the district courts...
Tags: Popova, Ukraine
Nicu Popescu 04-18-2014
Mediamax’s interview with Dr. Nicu Popescu, Senior Analyst at the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) Q: How deep is EU’s disappointment in Armenia’s September 2013 decision,...
Tags: Popescu
PONARS Eurasia 04-16-2014
(ABC News - "Post-Soviet republics in tug-of-war with Russia and the west") In December 1991 the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics disintegrated and 15 countries emerged from what had been a single-party...
Keith Darden 04-15-2014
(Foreign Affairs) For the first time since 1989, Europe is transforming. Russia is expanding. NATO and the West are struggling to react. And there is constant talk of a new Cold War. The primary protagonists, by most...

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