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The Trouble With Sanctions
March 15, 2015

The Trouble With Sanctions

By Jordan Olmstead
Sanctions may well be the least worst option in dealing with hostile regimes. But they can have unintended consequences.
What To Do About – Or With – Russia?
January 09, 2015

What To Do About – Or With – Russia?

By Walter C. Clemens Jr.
Each of the options has its own problems.

Eurasian Economic Union: Dead on Arrival?
January 05, 2015

Eurasian Economic Union: Dead on Arrival?

By Casey Michel
The new bloc officially formed on January 1, to remarkably little fanfare.

Russian Sanctions, China, and the Arctic
January 03, 2015

Russian Sanctions, China, and the Arctic

By Andreas Kuersten
Russia’s souring relations with the West have given China an Arctic opening.

Vladimir Putin’s Productive India Visit
December 12, 2014

Vladimir Putin’s Productive India Visit

By Saurav Jha
India and Russia have affirmed their ties during a visit by Russia’s president this week.
How Ukraine Is Changing Global Energy Flows
November 30, 2014

How Ukraine Is Changing Global Energy Flows

By Thomas Coibion
Increasingly isolated by the crisis, Russia is looking East for new energy markets.

‘Foreseeing Ordeals,’ Kazakhstan Dips Into Oil Fund
November 13, 2014

‘Foreseeing Ordeals,’ Kazakhstan Dips Into Oil Fund

By Joshua Kucera
The president has announced the move with some disconcerting predictions.
More Evidence of Economic Slowdown in Central Asia
November 07, 2014

More Evidence of Economic Slowdown in Central Asia

By Casey Michel
The sanctions on Russia continue to have significant repercussions for its neighbors.

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.

A Former Japanese PM ‘Feels Sad’ for Putin
September 11, 2014

A Former Japanese PM ‘Feels Sad’ for Putin

By Clint Richards
Putin’s Tokyo visit isn’t set, yet both sides show a desire to talk despite worsening Ukrainian crisis.

Will Sanctions Stymie Russia’s Resurgence in Central Asia?
August 14, 2014

Will Sanctions Stymie Russia’s Resurgence in Central Asia?

By Ryskeldi Satke
Moscow’s projects in the region are coming unglued just as the West steps up sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.
Following Sanctions, Russia Turns to China for Defense and Aerospace Equipment
August 12, 2014

Following Sanctions, Russia Turns to China for Defense and Aerospace Equipment

By Ankit Panda
Given increasing Western sanctions, Moscow turns to Beijing for its defense and aerospace needs.

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