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Is Russia’s Asia Outreach Bearing Fruit?
April 06, 2017

Is Russia’s Asia Outreach Bearing Fruit?

By Nicholas Trickett
Russia's 'pivot to Asia' has failed to deliver, but is not necessarily an unmitigated disaster.
4 Reasons Russia Increasingly Favors the Taliban in Afghanistan
February 14, 2017

4 Reasons Russia Increasingly Favors the Taliban in Afghanistan

By Hashim Wahdatyar
Moscow is aligning itself with the enemy of its enemy, the Taliban.

Rebalancing Russia: Trump's Pivot to Putin
January 10, 2017

Rebalancing Russia: Trump's Pivot to Putin

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jill Dougherty.

Between Russia and China, the Black Dragon River
December 29, 2016

Between Russia and China, the Black Dragon River

By Casey Michel
The Amur River separates China from Russia's Far East, and not so long ago was the site of bloody conflict.

China and Russia Aim to Increase Trade Turnover to $200 Billion by 2020
November 08, 2016

China and Russia Aim to Increase Trade Turnover to $200 Billion by 2020

By Catherine Putz
Beijing and Moscow look to increase trade, but it’s an uphill battle.
In Asia Moscow Trusts? Russia’s Pivot to the East
October 28, 2016

In Asia Moscow Trusts? Russia’s Pivot to the East

By Igor Denisov
The long history and mixed results of Russia’s eastward strategy.

Did Russia Just Ask China to ‘Buzz Off’ on the South China Sea?
July 16, 2016

Did Russia Just Ask China to ‘Buzz Off’ on the South China Sea?

By Anton Tsvetov
The Russian MFA statement after the PCA ruling was not as soft on China as usual.
What Is China and Russia's 'Eternal Friendship' Worth?
June 27, 2016

What Is China and Russia's 'Eternal Friendship' Worth?

By Catherine Putz
Despite attesting to their closeness and political alignment, hard economic returns are a long time coming.

What’s Happening at the 2016 SCO Summit in Uzbekistan? Depends On Who You Ask
June 24, 2016

What’s Happening at the 2016 SCO Summit in Uzbekistan? Depends On Who You Ask

By Catherine Putz
In the end, the Shanghai Spirit is still just a flimsy ghost.

Crimea and the South China Sea: Russia and China Grasp for Support
June 10, 2016

Crimea and the South China Sea: Russia and China Grasp for Support

By Casey Michel
Only a handful of countries side with both Moscow and Beijing on their respective controversial territorial claims.

Australia, Russia, and a Rules-Based Order in Asia
June 08, 2016

Australia, Russia, and a Rules-Based Order in Asia

By Anton Tsvetov
While Russia and Australia are far from being the closest of partners, they may share crucial interests in Asian security.
Eurasian Economic Union Leaders Meet in Astana
June 01, 2016

Eurasian Economic Union Leaders Meet in Astana

By Catherine Putz
Despite uneven progress, the talks focused on continued expansion and cooperation with other regional economic vehicles.

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