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26 Oct 2018
(PONARS Policy Memo) Over the last ten years, the United States has been gradually disengaging from the South Caucasus. This has tremendously affected the countries of the region, especially Georgia and Azerbaijan. The absence of the United States has left the region looking for alternative...
26 Oct 2018
(WP) Despite Russian urgings, national security adviser John Bolton is insisting that the United States will withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF). The treaty prohibits all short-range and intermediate-range ground-launched missiles, both nuclear and conventional, as well...
Kakachia: Georgia remains a steadfast supporter of U.S. initiatives but is unlikely to want to get drawn into a US-Iran conflict
24 Oct 2018
(Eurasianet) A senior adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump is visiting the Caucasus, where he is expected to try to enlist the region's three governments in Washington's campaign of isolating Iran. But leaders in the Caucasus, wary of confronting Tehran, will likely instead be promoting their own...
23 Oct 2018
(EDM) Russian propaganda excels at shifting the blame for every one of the country’s problems—even those caused by bad luck, devastating mismanagement, or natural causes—on to the purported main source of all disasters in the world, the United States. In the first hours after the deadly shooting in...
Podvig: Russia will say that it was U.S. intent from the very beginning to pull out of the INF treaty
22 Oct 2018
(TIME) President Donald Trump revealed Saturday the United States intends to withdraw from a 31-year-old nuclear weapons agreement with Russia, delivering a severe blow to the arms control regime that helped preserve peace since the Cold War. “We’re going to terminate the agreement and we’re going...
19 Oct 2018
(UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy) Professor Jesse Driscoll continues to look at how well-functioning domestic hierarchies emerged after relatively short periods of anarchic violence in Tajikistan. This is based on his 2015 book: Warlords and Coalition Politics in Post-Soviet...
18 Oct 2018
(Cornell University Press) Why do autocrats build spectacular new capital cities? In The Geopolitics of Spectacle, Natalie Koch considers how autocratic rulers use "spectacular" projects to shape state-society relations, but rather than focus on the standard approach—on the project itself—she...
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