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    Strengthening Putin’s Political Position in Russia
    Nov15

    Strengthening Putin’s Political Position in Russia

    The result of the presidential election in the United States will strengthen the political position of Russian President Vladimir Putin, both in terms of internal political power and international relations. Putin’s aim is to extend his regime’s hold on power, via re-election in 2018. He will seek to gain from the electoral defeat of...

    Campaigning in the Eastern European Borderlands
    Nov15

    Campaigning in the Eastern European Borderlands

    By Antonia Colibasanu Several countries in the borderlands between Russia and the rest of Europe are changing leadership – but not their foreign policy. Russia-friendly politicians won presidential elections in Bulgaria and Moldova. On Nov. 9, the Estonian parliament passed a no-confidence vote against the government that may lead the pro-Russian...

    Here’s How China and Russia Will Test Trump.
    Nov15

    Here’s How China and Russia Will Test Trump.

    “China and Russia intend to test—and humble—the America of President Trump. So whatever he thinks now, the new American leader is going to need friends and allies.” Gordon G. Chang Donald Trump’s foreign policy, especially in his first months in office, probably will bear no relation to what he has ever said. Or thought. Why? Trump is...

    What will Trump’s foreign policy look like?
    Nov15

    What will Trump’s foreign policy look like?

    Trying to predict Donald Trump’s foreign policy is a complex exercise, which inevitably produces vertigo in those bold enough to undertake it. In the past year, the president-elect has offered so many vague, simplistic and inconsistent foreign policy declarations that it’s basically impossible to pin them down to some essential common...

    Putin warns Merkel Russian gas piped to EU could be siphoned off in Ukraine
    Nov15

    Putin warns Merkel Russian gas piped to EU could be siphoned off in Ukraine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday (14 November) of the risk of Ukraine siphoning off Russian gas destined for Europe, the Kremlin said. …read more Source:...

    Kashmir and US Silence
    Nov15

    Kashmir and US Silence

    Since ages, the United States (US) has long been supportive of human rights, democracy, and rule of law around the world. The US has always regarded its values, i.e. human rights, democracy, and rule of law as beacon of hope for the world’s marginalized communities. These were the core values, among other things, that helped the US defeat...

    Under Trump, the U.S. Will Become an Enemy of the International Community
    Nov15

    Under Trump, the U.S. Will Become an Enemy of the International Community

    Image courtesy of Shutterstock The election of Donald Trump is not only a surprise for many American citizens. It’s a shock to the international community. In fact, the shock might be so severe that it will be the death of the international community. What has happened in the United States is not unprecedented. But, as with most things to...

    ’Last hope of police reform in Ukraine dead’ as key reformer resigns, leaving contentious deputy in charge
    Nov15

    ’Last hope of police reform in Ukraine dead’ as key reformer resigns, leaving contentious deputy in charge

    Khatia Dekonoidze has resigned as Head of National Police seemingly in frustration at limited scope to carry out real reform and political interference. She also says that Vadim Troyan, now Acting Head, is not politically independent and therefore unsuited to the post. These are not the only concerns about Troyan’s suitability for high...

    International protest over Russian FSB arrest of well-known Crimean scholars
    Nov15

    International protest over Russian FSB arrest of well-known Crimean scholars

    The FSB has posted videoed ‘confessions’ from two of its three alleged ‘Crimean saboteurs’, both renowned academics, but has not allowed lawyers to see the men. The third man, Volodymyr Dudka, a retired military man, was allowed to briefly see a lawyer and told her that his ‘confession’ was extracted through threats to his...

    Report Launch: Russia Policy for the Trump Administration
    Nov15

    Report Launch: Russia Policy for the Trump Administration

    Donald Trump arrives in the White House with U.S.-Russia relations at the lowest point since the Cold War. Disagreements over Ukraine, Syria, and the future of European security, not to mention the recent cessation of nuclear cooperation agreements and Russia’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election, have pushed ties to the brink of...

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