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Russia and the Greek crisis - Staying on the sideline
Russia had no interest in intervening in Greece’s quarrel with its Western creditors, or in doing anything to further increase the international disorganisation that is damaging its economic interests. NEW
17 July 2015 - Full text...

Russia and Eurasia - International headlines
A daily listing of Russia/Eurasia-related press reports
9 July 2015 - Full text...

Beyond the screen - Related happenings
Events behind shifts in national and international policy in Russia and Eurasia.
8 July 2015 - Full text...

Azerbaijan under scrutiny - European Games in the Caucasus
Hosting the European Games, which open on 12 June, invites an unplanned look at Azerbaijan's less than democratic credentials.
10 June 2015 - Full text...

The West and Ukraine - First signs of fatigue
Confused signals, such as Saakashvili’s bizarre appointment to the Odessa governorship, are testing credibility towards President Poroshenko’s ability to surmount Ukraine’s nationality crisis. NEW
2 June 2015 - Full text...

The Riga summit - Time to wake up
At least, the Eastern Partnership Summit in Riga on 21-22 May did not pave the way for another armed conflict on the European continent as did the summit of Vilnius in December 2013. But the results are a world away of the hopes that have been pined on it.
20 May 2015 - Full text...

The EU and Russia - Far apart on energy needs
The EU is looking for non-Russian gas – but finding a way of maintaining relations with Gazprom is more complex.
28 April 2015 - Full text...

Russia and the Gulf - Not the Soviet Union
A leading analyst argues that Russian policy towards the Middle East, and particularly the Gulf, derives from pragmatism, and not from ideology. NEW
24 April 2015 - Full text...

Russia and Yemen - Wisdom and Neutrality
By pressing for international action, Moscow is sounding the alarm over the development of the Yemen conflict into something more serious.
11 April 2015 - Full text...

New 'front' in Ukraine - Governor and security chiefs arrested
The sacking of oligarch governor Igor Kolomoisky by president Poroshenko on 24 March, followed next day by the arrest of the head of the Ukrainian State Emergencies Service, Serhiy Bochkovsky, and his deputy, Vasyl Stoyetsky, opens a new front in Ukraine. NEW
25 March 2015 - Full text...

Collective woes of the 'FSU' (1) - Seven states in crisis
Independence is still not the word to apply to the member countries of the former Soviet space. All suffer in different degrees from the crisis affecting Russia because of Western sanctions, aggravated by he fact that their economies are even less diversified than Russia’s and their populations more restless.
11 March 2015 - Full text...

Collective woes of the 'FSU' (2) - Seven states in crisis
We ontinue our report of former Soviet states affectd by the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
10 March 2015 - Full text...

Russia’s defence spending under pressur - Russian and Kiev forces compared
The latest issue of the IISS Military Balance devotes 48 of its 500-odd pages to prevailing capabilities, trends and strategic economics in Russia and Eurasia, and 53 pages to the same region’s force strengths and defence spending.
6 March 2015 - Full text...

Russia’s ‘opposition’ - How to regain momentum
The shocking murder of Russian oppositionist Boris Nemtsov has given unexpected significance to what was to have been a day of anti-government protest, and is now officially one of mourning, in central Moscow. Any thought of the possible consequences must start with a look at the attempt of the ‘opposition’ to regain momentum a year of being sidelined by events in Ukraine.
1 March 2015 - Full text...

Minsk II - Cautions and questions
The four-party agreement on ending the murderous fighting in eastern Ukraine has shown a flicker if promise, but many factors remain to be tested.
15 February 2015 - Full text...

A Ukraine ‘solution’ - Need for diplomacy step by step
A realistic look at the ground situation shows how much remains to be done. NEW
14 January 2015 - Full text...

Putin on the barricade - ‘No pasaran’
The President’s 4th December state-of-the-nation address was a rallying cry for the home audience.
10 December 2014 - Full text...

The New Information War - Russia, the West and Ukraine
The recent launch by Russia of a new information site, called Sputnik, coupled with the launch of a British edition of the Russia Today television channel is stirring debate about a gathering ‘information war’ between Russia and the West. NEW
20 November 2014 - Full text...

Letter from Moscow - Russia under sanctions
Life in the capital is less stressful than most Western media suggest.
23 October 2014 - Full text...

Security concerns in Central Asia - The Strategic Survey, 2014
The IISS global survey highlights uncertainties threatening former Soviet territories.
26 September 2014 - Full text...


 

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From pacifist to war-maker
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Confectioner with a mountain to climb
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Ukraine's oligarchs
Back with a vengeance
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After the Ukraine referendums
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From bad to worse
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Putin, Russia and Ukraine
A corrective voice
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Russia and Ukraine
Al last a level look
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Ukraine’s interim government
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The noise, and the facts
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Tense Ukraine
Signs of movement
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On the brink
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A dangerous turn
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Money played a role, too.
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EU's uncertain summit
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Presidential election in Georgia
All thoughts on stability
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Electing Azerbaijan's president
Geopolitical pragmatism
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Strategic Survey 2003
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Moscow’s mayoral election
A new way in politics
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Syria and the G20
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Kremlin’s ‘own goal’
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Bigger than it looks
Russia’s Investigative Committee
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Migration in Russia
A growing headache
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Georgia and the Chechens
An old trail revisited
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Beyond Boston
A larger security challenge
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The Kremlin's latest thought
Proposing a 'Social Contract'
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Unhappy Cyprus
More poison for EU-Russia rela
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Master of Mischief
And victim of himself
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Russia strives for modern forces
And international stability
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Russia and Syria
The real Russian interest
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Fifty-nine Days
Jan.-Feb. 2013
(1 March 2013)
Russian Foreign Policy
Still waiting for a 'doctrine'
(25 February 2013)
Georgia and Russia
Still a tricky transition
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Moscow and Tbilisi
A Precarious Dialogue
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A ‘Eurasian Economic Union’
Russia’s global policy goal
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NGOs under fire
from a reformist
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Sixty-one Days
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