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PONARS Eurasia 14 Jan 2020
ПОНАРС Евразия представляет собой международную сеть ученых, разрабатывающих новые подходы к изучению проблем внутренней и внешней политики, безопасности и сотрудничества в России и Евразии. Основные результаты работы сети изложены в аналитических записках, изданиях «Policy Perspectives», блогах и СМИ.  
PONARS Eurasia 19 Mar 2020
(FT) During the partisan impeachment saga that convulsed Washington at the start of the year, even some prominent Republicans acknowledged they were uncomfortable with the way President Donald Trump created a parallel foreign policy structure outside the state department to deal with Ukraine. That separate operation was run by Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor who is Mr...
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(CLM) There has a been a notable consolidation of the Sino-Russian partnership during the past two years. Although this has coincided with the U.S.-China trade war and a period of increased tensions between the United States and Russia, the Sino-Russian partnership began deepening well before the changes in U.S. policy toward each country, as a discussion of Sino-Russian cooperation in...
PONARS Eurasia 11 Mar 2020
Postponed: Spring Policy Conference, Friday, March 27, 2020, at the GW Elliott School in Washington, D.C. This event has been postponed until Fall 2020. We apologize for the inconvenience.    [[{"fid":"8865","view_mode":"media_original","fields":{"format":"media_original","alignment":"left","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":false,"field_file_image_title_text[und][0...
PONARS Eurasia 09 Mar 2020
(NYTimes) As far as many Russians are concerned, Alexei Botyan, a Soviet spy during World War II, was a hero whose daring actions saved the Polish city of Krakow from destruction by the Nazis. But the Poles, and a number of respected historians, have a different take. To them, Mr. Botyan (pronounced buh-TYAHN) may have been a fine intelligence officer, but he had nothing to do with saving...
Scott Radnitz 04 Mar 2020
(The Guardian) Did the virus originate in a US weapons lab, or is it a plot to destabilise Iran? The ‘infection’ of social media by these stories is a deliberate strategy. As coronavirus continues to spread and scientists project how many people are likely to be infected, there has been much talk of contagion. It is easy to imagine red streaks that trace the path of illness extending across...

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