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Russia’s Ukraine Invasion: An Opportunity for America?
April 16, 2014

Russia’s Ukraine Invasion: An Opportunity for America?

By John Allen Gay
If America takes a more global, strategic view, it can make lemonade out of the sour Ukrainian lemon.
Japanese Optimistic on Putin’s Intentions to Develop Siberia
December 22, 2013

Japanese Optimistic on Putin’s Intentions to Develop Siberia

By John C.K. Daly
Japan’s business community responds positively to new initiatives designed to develop Russia’s Far East.

A Pacific Vision for Russia and the US
December 06, 2013

A Pacific Vision for Russia and the US

By Anton Barbashin
Moscow and Washington have yet to exploit the potential for bilateral cooperation in the Asia-Pacific.

To Hedge Its Bets, Russia Is Encircling China
November 05, 2013

To Hedge Its Bets, Russia Is Encircling China

Even as Sino-Russian relations expand, Moscow is strengthening its relationships with Beijing’s neighbors.

Is Russia Losing Control of Its Far East?
October 01, 2013

Is Russia Losing Control of Its Far East?

By Andrew S. Bowen and Luke Rodeheffer
Despite talk of an emerging China-Russia alliance, Moscow fears growing Chinese dominance in the east.
February 28, 2012

Time to Cut Tactical Nukes?

Barack Obama may hope for deeper nuclear arms cuts. But with an eye on China, Russia is unlikely to oblige.

The Thorn in Japan-Russia Ties
February 24, 2012

The Thorn in Japan-Russia Ties

Japan and Russia would undoubtedly benefit from finding a resolution to the dispute over the Kuril Islands. But domestic pressure is holding them back.

Why Russia Needs Asia Master Plan
November 16, 2011

Why Russia Needs Asia Master Plan

If Russia is going to have real influence in the Asia-Pacific it needs to show that it’s interested in working with Asia, not against it. But is it an opportunity or a threat?

China Looms Over Russian Far East
June 22, 2011

China Looms Over Russian Far East

While trade has been blossoming, lingering concerns over military technology and worries over an influx of Chinese workers could hurt ties.

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