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Bad Business Climate in Russia a Boon for Kazakhstan
April 27, 2022

Bad Business Climate in Russia a Boon for Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
Kazakhstan stands to benefit as Russian companies look to move out of Russia in order to trade globally again.

Russia Eyes Sanctions Workarounds in Energy, Gold, Crypto, and China
March 02, 2022

Russia Eyes Sanctions Workarounds in Energy, Gold, Crypto, and China

By Fatima Hussein
Putin is expected to move funds through smaller banks, lean on energy sales, deal in cryptocurrency, and rely on Russia's relationship with China.
Australia’s Response to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
February 28, 2022

Australia’s Response to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

By Grant Wyeth
Despite its distance from Ukraine, Australia is keenly aware of the potential consequences of Russia’s aggression.

Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
June 29, 2018

Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Such developments only exacerbate the challenges of managing differences in an important, complex relationship.

Will Trump Cement the China-Russia Alliance?
June 06, 2018

Will Trump Cement the China-Russia Alliance?

By Dai Weilai
The emerging U.S.-China trade war will make a China-Russia axis even more likely.

The Growing Russia-South Korea Partnership
May 24, 2018

The Growing Russia-South Korea Partnership

By Timothy Stanley
Economic links between South Korea and Russia are a welcome byproduct of the inter-Korea thaw.

Russia Sanctions are Insufficient: Use Active Cyber Defense
August 05, 2017

Russia Sanctions are Insufficient: Use Active Cyber Defense

By Scott Jasper
“A new approach is needed to shape views of the costs and benefits of cyber attacks.”
Russia's Economy in 2016
May 11, 2016

Russia's Economy in 2016

By Himani Pant
Falling oil prices and sanctions drive home the need for structural economic reform in Russia.

Space: China Plays the Russia Card?
October 21, 2015

Space: China Plays the Russia Card?

By Kent Johnson
Russian engines could offer China a fast track for its ICBM capability building.

Russia Has a China Problem, Too
September 04, 2015

Russia Has a China Problem, Too

By Alexander Gabuev
Chaos in China's financial markets could have dire implications for the Kremlin's plans.

Does Japan Need to Be More Assertive With Europe?
August 28, 2015

Does Japan Need to Be More Assertive With Europe?

By Jonathan Davis
It is time for Tokyo be clear on what it wants from relations with Europe.
Is 'Russia’s Deadliest Tank' Really Invisible to the Enemy?
August 13, 2015

Is 'Russia’s Deadliest Tank' Really Invisible to the Enemy?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Some experts are skeptical over recent Russian claims.

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