Policy Memos | Аналитические записки

Month Year Number Title Author
December 2001 242 Putin's Tightrope: Maintaining Support in the Face of Domestic and International Policy Demands Regina Smyth
December 2001 241 Policization versus Democratization: 20 Months of Putin's 'Federal' Reform Nikolay Petrov
December 2001 240 Imperial Designs? Citizenship and Russia's Policies in the Former Soviet Union Jacqueline M. Miller
December 2001 239 The Myth of the New Detente: The Roots of Putin's Pro-U.S. Policy Dmitri Glinski-Vassiliev
December 2001 238 The Rise and Fall of Federal Reform in Russia Vladimir Gelman
December 2001 237 The 2002 Parliamentary Elections in Ukraine: A Prelude to Change or Just Routine Business Arkady Moshes
December 2001 236 Ukraine on the Eve of Parliamentary Elections: Internal trends and Security Implications Olexiy Haran
December 2001 235 International Assistance and Human Rights in Post-Soviet Ukraine Jeffrey Checkel
December 2001 234 Pension Reform In Russia: From the Politics of Implementation to the Politics of Lawmaking? David Woodruff
December 2001 233 Russia and the World Trade Organization Randall Stone
December 2001 232 The United States' Northern Dimension? Prospects for a U.S.-Russian Cooperative Agenda in Northern Europe Alexander Sergounin
December 2001 231 Attempts under Putin to Create a Unified Economic Space in Russia Yoshiko Herrera
December 2001 230 Separately Together: U.S. and Russian Approaches to Political Settlement in Afghanistan Ekaterina Stepanova
December 2001 229 Russia's Policy in the Former Soviet Union and the New Challenges to the United States Eurasia Policy Nikolai Sokov
December 2001 228 A Fresh Start in U.S.-Russian Relations? Mikhail Rykhtik
December 2001 227 September 11 and the Challenge of Integrating Russia into the West Alexander Pikayev
December 2001 226 Suffocation by Embrace: The Putin-Bush Alliance and the Cultural Threat to Western Democracy Dmitri Glinski-Vassiliev
December 2001 225 What Happens When Russia is the West's Ally? Some Historical Geopolitical Regularities Georgi Derluguian
December 2001 224 Opposition to the War in Chechnya: Antimilitarist Organizing in Russia Valerie Sperling
December 2001 223 U.S. Assistance to Russian NGOs: Securing Global Governance from Below James Richter
December 2001 222 Uryupinsk: Civil Activism without NGOs The Communist Party as a Civil Society Substitute Ivan Kurilla
December 2001 221 How Russians Think about Human Rights: Recent Survey Data Theodore Gerber, Sarah E. Mendelson
December 2001 220 From Crisis to Transition: The State of Russian Science Based on Focus Groups with Nuclear Physicists Theodore Gerber, Deborah Yarsike Ball
December 2001 220 From Crisis to Transition: The State of Russian Science Based on Focus Groups with Nuclear Physicists Theodore Gerber, Deborah Yarsike Ball
December 2001 219 The Russia-NATO Relationship: Is It Worth Another Try? Celeste A. Wallander
December 2001 218 The ABM Treaty: The End of One Saga and the Start of Another Nikolai Sokov
December 2001 217 The End of Strategic Arms Control? Pavel Podvig
December 2001 216 NATO, Russia, and the Baltic States Stuart J. Kaufman
December 2001 215 The Russian Navy after the Kursk: Still Proud but with Poor Navigation Pavel Baev
December 2001 214 Russia's Relationship with China After September 11 Celeste A. Wallander
December 2001 213 Russian-U.S. Cooperation in Preventing Megaterrorism: Opportunities and Limits Vladimir Orlov
December 2001 212 After Afghanistan Implications of the "War on Terrorism" for Central Asia Pauline Jones
December 2001 211 Political Implications of the U.S. Military Intervention for the Transcaspian Douglas Blum
December 2001 210 Assuaging Ethnic Factionalism Dagestan's Lessons for Post-Taliban Settlement in Afghanistan Mikhail Alexseev
November 2001 209 Why Peace Operations in Afghanistan Should Heed Soviet Lessons Learned Kimberly Marten
November 2001 208 Ethnofederalism: Lessons for Rebuilding Afghanistan, Preserving Pakistan, and Keeping Russia Stable Henry Hale
November 2001 207 Security Cooperation, Russia, and NATO Celeste A. Wallander
November 2001 206 The U.S. War on Terrorism: How Do Russian Muslims Respond? Mikhail Alexseev
November 2001 205 President Putin and His Generals: Bureaucratic Control and War-Fighting Culture Pavel Baev
November 2001 204 Toward a U.S. Policy on Chechnya Sarah E. Mendelson
October 2001 203 From Afghanistan To Ingushetia Georgi Derluguian
October 2001 202 The Soviet Military Experience in Afghanistan: A Precedent of Dubious Relevance Mark Kramer
September 2001 201 U.S.-Russia Cooperation on Afghanistan: An Exception or a Model? Ekaterina Stepanova
September 2001 200 What Is At Stake For The United States In The Sino-Russian Friendship Treaty? Nikolai Sokov
September 2001 199 The Multiple Dimensions of Russian Threat Assessment Celeste A. Wallander
May 2001 198 Islam in Russian Society and Politics: Survival and Expansion Dmitri Glinski-Vassiliev
May 2001 197 The Politics of Labor Code Reform in Putin's Russia Dmitri Glinski-Vassiliev
April 2001 196 The Myths About Unilateral Nuclear Arms Reduction Nikolai Sokov
March 2001 195 Will the West Reduce Russia's Debt? Randall Stone
March 2001 194 Accessing the Inaccessible: The Case for Opening Up Russia's Closed Cities Deborah Yarsike Ball
March 2001 193 Western Perceptions of Russian Nationalism Astrid Tuminez
March 2001 192 What Drives Russia Coverage in the Mainstream American Press? Mikhail Alexseev
March 2001 191 Ukraine, Russia, and US Policy Mark Kramer
March 2001 190 America's Caspian Policy Under the Bush Administration Douglas Blum
March 2001 189 The New Bush Administration and the UN: A Strategy of Great Power Consensus? Kimberly Marten
March 2001 187 An Overview of Bush Administration Policy and Priorities on Russia Celeste A. Wallander
February 2001 186 The Development of Self-Employment in Russia Theodore Gerber
January 2001 185 Securitizing Russia's Debt Celeste A. Wallander
January 2001 184 The Chinese are Coming: Public Opinion and Threat Perception in the Russian Far East Mikhail Alexseev
January 2001 183 Why Soviet History Matters in Russia Mark Kramer