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Foreign Ministers of Russia, India, China Meet in Moscow
April 19, 2016

Foreign Ministers of Russia, India, China Meet in Moscow

By Ankit Panda
Russia, India, and China meet regularly to confer and exchange views on regional and global issues.
The Bear Returns to the South Pacific: Russia Sends Arms to Fiji
April 09, 2016

The Bear Returns to the South Pacific: Russia Sends Arms to Fiji

By Roman Madaus
Could Russian arms shipments to Fiji mark incipient great power competition in the region?

Don't Expect an Improvement in Russia-Japan Relations Soon
January 28, 2016

Don't Expect an Improvement in Russia-Japan Relations Soon

By Ankit Panda
Emphasis on "former enemy clauses" and general intransigence suggest Russia is in no mood to improve ties with Japan.

Why Did Russian Nuclear-Capable Bombers Circumnavigate Japan?
January 27, 2016

Why Did Russian Nuclear-Capable Bombers Circumnavigate Japan?

By Ankit Panda
Continued Russian bomber flybys near Japanese airspace suggest that the bilateral relationship remains cool.

Here's What India Thinks About Russian Air Strikes in Syria
October 12, 2015

Here's What India Thinks About Russian Air Strikes in Syria

By Ankit Panda
"The Indian position is that Russian military involvement in Syria is to halt the advances of the Islamic State."
The Heavy-Handed Russian Move Nobody’s Talking About
August 06, 2015

The Heavy-Handed Russian Move Nobody’s Talking About

By Andrew Witthoeft
Across the Caspian, in the Caucasus, Russia's energy and geopolitical objectives collide.

India, Pakistan, and the Relevance of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
July 11, 2015

India, Pakistan, and the Relevance of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Katie Putz discuss Narendra Modi's trip to Central Asia, the SCO summit, and more.
The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective
February 16, 2015

The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective

By Thomas Frear
Could oil price fears be driving Moscow to play the role of spoiler?

Kim Jong-un Might Head to Russia in May 2015
January 14, 2015

Kim Jong-un Might Head to Russia in May 2015

By Ankit Panda
Kim Jong-un may head to Moscow in his first foreign visit as North Korea's Supreme Leader.

US Considering Options After Sony Hack
December 20, 2014

US Considering Options After Sony Hack

By Ankit Panda
Plus, U.S. PACOM has a new commander, Putin isn't happy, and ISRO's rocket launch. Weekend links.

Why No One Gets Russia
December 08, 2014

Why No One Gets Russia

By Kirill Kovalenko
Ignoring Russia’s history and character keeps us from understanding the country.
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.

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