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US 'Troubled' By Crimean Leader's India Visit
December 13, 2014

US 'Troubled' By Crimean Leader's India Visit

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. is "troubled" by reports that the nationalist leader of Crimea traveled with Putin to India.
The Future of China and Russia: Can a David Fracture a Goliath?
October 23, 2014

The Future of China and Russia: Can a David Fracture a Goliath?

By Walter C. Clemens, Jr.
Proponents of democracy have reason to hope that history is on their side.

Russia: Between Empire and Modernity
October 09, 2014

Russia: Between Empire and Modernity

By Robert E. Kelly
As it bullies its neighbors, Russia seems to have chosen a short-sighted approach to power.

WWI Analogies: Missing the Role of Culture
October 05, 2014

WWI Analogies: Missing the Role of Culture

By Kadira Pethiyagoda
Culture is having a greater impact on international affairs than ever before.

Russia Sanctions Hit Central Asia Hard
October 02, 2014

Russia Sanctions Hit Central Asia Hard

By Casey Michel
Russia is not the only economy affected by the post-Crimea sanctions.
Sanctions and Cancelled Meetings Put an Abe-Putin Summit in Doubt
August 06, 2014

Sanctions and Cancelled Meetings Put an Abe-Putin Summit in Doubt

By Clint Richards
Japan is trying to keep rapprochement a possibility in light of the worsening situation in Ukraine.

MH17’s Implications for Russia-Japan Rapprochement
July 18, 2014

MH17’s Implications for Russia-Japan Rapprochement

By Clint Richards
Japan doesn’t need Russian energy as much as its U.S. alliance, but further sanctions would hurt.
Russia Threatens Nuclear Strikes Over Crimea
July 11, 2014

Russia Threatens Nuclear Strikes Over Crimea

By Zachary Keck
Russian FM Lavrov warned that Russia could resort to nuclear weapons if Ukraine tried to retake Crimea.

Will Iran Play the Crimea Card in Iraq?
June 19, 2014

Will Iran Play the Crimea Card in Iraq?

By Zachary Keck
Not unlike Russia in Ukraine, Iran says it will intervene in Iraq to protect the country’s Shia people and holy sites.

Ukraine Seeks Stronger China Ties
June 07, 2014

Ukraine Seeks Stronger China Ties

By Zachary Keck
Ukraine’s incoming government has already begun a charm offensive towards China.

What Should the US Do About Closer Sino-Russian Ties?
June 06, 2014

What Should the US Do About Closer Sino-Russian Ties?

By Michael Lumbers
Why Washington should resist the temptation to overreact to their growing convergence.
How Significant Is the Eurasian Economic Union?
June 04, 2014

How Significant Is the Eurasian Economic Union?

By Casey Michel
Moscow’s high hopes for the union have come up against reluctance among its neighbors.

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