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PONARS Eurasia 01-16-2015
(Interview) Nicu Popescu, expert at the European Institute for Security Studies in Paris, said that currently, the situation in the region is very fluid and difficult to predict. However, in 2014 Moldova managed to drop...
PONARS Eurasia 01-13-2015
(By Andrey Makarychev, Tartu, and Alexandra Yatsyk, Kazan) - This article provides an overall introduction to this issue of the Caucasus Analytical Digest, describing the nature of Russia’s relationships with...
PONARS Eurasia 01-09-2015
(Newswise) What drives ordinary citizens to corruption? Neither greed nor personal gain, necessarily, but desperation, concludes Kelly McMann, a political scientist at Case Western Reserve University and author of the...
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PONARS Eurasia 01-05-2015
(Scholars' Circle radio) While many in the West decry the politics of the former Soviet Union countries as corrupt and anti-democratic, our guest Professor Henry Hale argues, that there are much better ways of...
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PONARS Eurasia 12-05-2014
(Video series) (Special guest!) Russian politics is increasingly unpredictable. In order to help clarify the issues, Robert Orttung and Sufian Zhemukhov, on their talk show "Two Guys Discussing Russia over Pastries...
Arkady Moshes 12-05-2014
(FIIA Comment) If the EU offers a formal dialogue to the Eurasian Economic Union, it is unlikely to lead to reciprocal economic liberalization, or reverse the general political dynamics in EU-Russia relations. Rather,...
Theodore Gerber 11-25-2014
(The Washington Quarterly) The role of nationalism within the Russian public is an under- examined but potentially important aspect of the crisis surrounding Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its continuing...
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PONARS Eurasia 11-18-2014
The 2014 Global Terrorism Index tracks the rise and fall of the world’s largest terrorist organisations since 1998. Whilst the vast majority of terrorist groups are only responsible for a handful of deaths, a...
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