Policy Memos | Аналитические записки

Month Year Number Title Author
December 2005 403 The Not-So-Great Game in Central Asia Nikolai Sokov
December 2005 402 Avoiding the Great Game and Domestic Unrest in Eurasia Eric McGlinchey
December 2005 401 Understanding the Impact of the K2 Closure Kimberly Marten
December 2005 400 Difficult Engagements: Political Lessons from the K2 Experience Alexander Cooley
December 2005 399 Russia's Counterrevolutionary Offensive in Central Asia Pavel Baev
December 2005 398 The Fair Sex in an Unfair System: The Gendered Effects of Putin's Political Reforms Valerie Sperling
December 2005 397 Maintaining Control: Putin's Strategy for Holding Power Past 2008 Regina Smyth
December 2005 396 From Managed Democracy to Sovereign Democracy: Putin's Regime Evolution in 2005 Nikolay Petrov
December 2005 395 Russia's Left Turn Ivan Kurilla
December 2005 394 Res Publica in Russia: Things and Publics in Current Municipal Reform Oleg Kharkhordin
December 2005 393 Illicit Drug Trafficking and Islamic Terrorism as Threats to Russian Security: The Limits of the Linkage Ekaterina Stepanova
December 2005 392 Linkages Between Terrorist and Organized Crime Groups in Nuclear Smuggling: A Case Study of Chelyabinsk Oblast Robert Orttung, Louise Shelley
December 2005 391 Managing the Retreat: Can Russia Adapt to the Emergence of Intermediate Europe? Arkady Moshes
December 2005 390 The Baltic-Black Sea Connection: A Region in the Making or a Political Project? Andrey Makarychev
December 2005 389 The Politics of Russian AIDS Policy Celeste Wallander
December 2005 388 Differential Demographics: Russia's Muslim and Slavic Populations Judyth Twigg
December 2005 387 New Tasks for Traditional and New Actors in Contemporary Russia Mikhail Rykhtik
December 2005 386 The Exchange Rate in a Resource-Based Economy: The Case of Russia Vladimir Popov
December 2005 385 The Issue of Narcomania in Russia: National Security vs. Civil Society Serghei Golunov
December 2005 384 Current Trends in Russian Youth Policy Douglas Blum
December 2005 383 The St. Petersburg G8 Summit and Russian Interests Vladimir Orlov
December 2005 382 Chairing the G8: Russian Energy and Great Power Aspirations Pavel Baev
December 2005 381 Russian State Nationalism vs. Local Nationalisms: The Case of Tatarstan Eduard Ponarin
December 2005 380 Instability in the North Caucasus and the Political Implications for the Russian-Chechen War Mark Kramer
December 2005 379 The Failure of Tatar Language Revival Dmitry Gorenburg
December 2005 378 The Coming Revolutions in the North Caucasus Georgi Derluguian
December 2005 377 Ukraine's Search for a Regional Foreign Policy: One Year After the Orange Revolution Oleksandr Sushko
December 2005 376 A Year After the Color Revolutions: Preemptive Authoritarianism and Challenges for Democratization in the Former Soviet Union Vitali Silitski
December 2005 375 Russia-NIS Relations Beyond the Color Revolutions: Are the Shifts Durable? Irina Kobrinskaya
December 2005 374 Is Democracy Irreversible in Ukraine? Political Reconfiguration on the Eve of the March 2006 Elections Olexiy Haran, Petro Burkovsky
December 2005 373 Interpreting the Color Revolutions and Prospects for Post-Soviet Democratization: Breaking the Cycles Henry Hale
December 2005 372 The Foreign Policy of Ukraine: One Year After the Orange Revolution Volodymyr Dubovyk
December 2005 371 Geopolitics and Neo-containment, as well as Common Security: Russian Views of Proliferation Celeste Wallander
December 2005 370 Will the Kremlin Revive the Russian Idea? Vadim Volkov
December 2005 369 A Velvet Divorce Alexander Pikayev
December 2005 368 On Double Standards: Toward Strategic Liberalism in U.S. Russia Policy Stephen Hanson
December 2005 367 Xenophobia in Russia: Are the Young Driving It? Mikhail Alexseev
July 2005 366 May 9th and Russia: Past, Present and Future Celeste A. Wallander
June 2005 364 Revolutions and Religion in Central Asia Eric McGlinchey
June 2005 363 The Withdrawal of Russian Military Bases from Georgia: Not Solving Anything Nikolai Sokov
February 2005 362 Depoliticizing Manas: The Domestic Consequences of the U.S. Military Presence in Kyrgyzstan Alexander Cooley
February 2005 361 What President Bush Should Say to President Putin in Bratislava Celeste A. Wallander