Policy Memos | Аналитические записки

Month Year Number Title Author
December 2015 409 Reforming Ukraine: Policymaking After the Euromaidan Oleksandr Sushko
December 2015 408 Tenth Time’s a Charm? IMF Loans and Conditionality in Ukraine Andrew Barnes
December 2015 407 Economic Crisis, Regional Finance, and Federal Response in Russia Gulnaz Sharafutdinova
December 2015 406 Breaking Out of an Institutional Trap: Ukraine’s Survival and the Role of the West Yuriy Matsiyevsky
December 2015 405 How to Effectively Fight Corruption in Ukraine: Coalitions of the Like-Minded Can Degrade Entrenched Interests Robert Orttung
December 2015 404 The Nuclear Element in Russia’s Asymmetric Warfare Strategies Polina Sinovets
November 2015 403 Is Putin’s Popularity Real? Timothy Frye, Scott Gehlbach, Ora John Reuter, Kyle Marquardt
November 2015 403 Is Putin’s Popularity Real? Timothy Frye, Scott Gehlbach, Ora John Reuter, Kyle Marquardt
November 2015 403 Is Putin’s Popularity Real? Timothy Frye, Scott Gehlbach, Ora John Reuter, Kyle Marquardt
November 2015 402 High-Level Corruption in Russia Mark Kramer
November 2015 401 “Hybrid” vs. “Compound” War: Lessons From The Ukraine Conflict Sergey Minasyan
November 2015 400 The Curious Case of Rustavi-2: Protecting Media Freedom and the Rule of Law in Georgia Cory Welt
November 2015 399 The Code of Putinism Brian Taylor
November 2015 398 Russian Air Power Is Too Brittle for Brinksmanship Pavel Baev
November 2015 397 Revising Russia’s Economic Model: The Shift from Development to Geopolitics Hilary Appel, Vladimir Gelman
November 2015 397 Revising Russia’s Economic Model: The Shift from Development to Geopolitics Hilary Appel, Vladimir Gelman
October 2015 396 The Origins of Separatism: Popular Grievances in Donetsk and Luhansk Elise Giuliano
October 2015 395 Russian Naval Shipbuilding: Is It Possible to Fulfill the Kremlin’s Grand Expectations? Dmitry Gorenburg
October 2015 394 The Future of Ukraine’s Neopatrimonial Democracy Oleksandr Fisun
October 2015 393 The “Islamic State” as a Security Problem for Russia: The Nature and Scale of the Threat Ekaterina Stepanova
October 2015 392 War and Sociopolitical Identities in Ukraine Mikhail Alexseev
October 2015 391 The Security Costs and Benefits of Non-State Militias: The Example of Eastern Ukraine Kimberly Marten
October 2015 390 Odessa: A Local Dimension of Ukraine’s Revolution, Crisis, and Conflict Volodymyr Dubovyk
September 2015 389 One Nation, Two Languages? National Identity and Language Policy in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine Volodymyr Kulyk
September 2015 388 The Ukraine Conflict and the Future of Kazakhstan’s Multi-Vector Foreign Policy Sean Roberts
September 2015 387 Can EU-Belarusian Relations Be Reset? Arkady Moshes
September 2015 386 The Coming Fall of Kabul Charles J. Sullivan
September 2015 385 Eurasian Union Uncertainties Nicu Popescu
August 2015 384 The New Silk Road Initiative: Are Its Economic Underpinnings Sound? Sebastien Peyrouse
August 2015 383 Promoting Islam within the “Russian World”: The Cases of Tatarstan and Chechnya Alexandra Yatsyk
August 2015 382 Can Azerbaijan Revive the Silk Road? Anar Valiyev
August 2015 381 The Return of Islamic State Fighters: The Impact on the Caucasus and Central Asia Mark Kramer
August 2015 380 Central Asia’s Autocrats: Geopolitically Stuck, Politically Free Eric McGlinchey
August 2015 379 Can Federalism Unite Ukraine in a Peace Deal? Henry Hale, Nadiya Kravets, Olga Onuch
August 2015 378 Labor Migration in the Eurasian Union: Will Freedom of Movement Trump Domestic Controls? Caress Schenk
August 2015 377 Armenia Keeps on Balancing: Between the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union Sergey Minasyan
August 2015 376 Is the Russian Economy Finally Tilting East? Vladimir Popov
August 2015 375 Was the West’s Engagement with Abkhazia Doomed to Fail? Eiki Berg
August 2015 374 De Facto States Unbound Harris Mylonas, Ariel I. Ahram
August 2015 373 Post-Succession Scenarios in Central Asia Scott Radnitz
July 2015 372 New Silk Route or Classic Developmental Cul-de-Sac? The Prospects and Challenges of China’s OBOR Initiative Alexander Cooley
July 2015 371 The Sochi Syndrome Afoot in Central Asia: Spectacle and Speculative Building in Baku, Astana, and Ashgabat (co-authored) Natalie Koch, Anar Valiyev
July 2015 371 The Sochi Syndrome Afoot in Central Asia: Spectacle and Speculative Building in Baku, Astana, and Ashgabat (co-authored) Natalie Koch, Anar Valiyev
July 2015 370 Lessons (Half) Learned: Comparing the 1998 and 2014 Ruble Crises Juliet Johnson
July 2015 369 From “Hybrid War” to “Hybrid Peace”: One More “Frozen Conflict”? Olexiy Haran, Petro Burkovsky
July 2015 368 Why Central Asia is More Stable than Eastern Europe: The Domestic Impact of Geopolitics George Gavrilis
July 2015 367 Reassembling Lands or Reconnecting People? Geopolitics and Biopower in Russia’s Neighborhood Policy Andrey Makarychev
July 2015 366 Eurasia, Eurasianism, Eurasian Union: Terminological Gaps and Overlaps Marlene Laruelle
July 2015 365 China and the Two Pivots Elizabeth Wishnick
June 2015 364 Kazakhstan and the “Russian World": Is a New Intervention on the Horizon? Viatcheslav Morozov
June 2015 363 How Russia’s Food Embargo and Ruble Devaluation Challenge the Eurasian Customs Union Serghei Golunov
May 2015 362 A New Wave of Russian Nationalism? What Really Changed in Public Opinion after Crimea (co-authored) Mikhail Alexseev, Henry Hale
May 2015 362 A New Wave of Russian Nationalism? What Really Changed in Public Opinion after Crimea (co-authored) Mikhail Alexseev, Henry Hale
March 2015 361 Will the Russian Economy Accelerate in 2015? Vladimir Popov
March 2015 360 Torn Between Patriotism and Economic Necessities: Russia’s EU Borderlands after the Food Embargo Serghei Golunov
February 2015 359 Could Russia Become a Serious Spoiler in the Middle East? Pavel Baev
February 2015 358 What Should Students Know about Russia’s Enemies? Conspiracy Theories in Russian Geopolitical Textbooks Serghei Golunov

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