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    Status and security: how Russian media is spinning airstrikes in Syria
    Oct02

    Status and security: how Russian media is spinning airstrikes in Syria

    Putin talks, Russia listens. EPA/Yuri KochetovEven before the Russian air force launched its first strikes over Syria, there was already a Russian presence on the battleground. These were not the spetsnaz, Kremlin’s special forces, but war correspondents from the leading Russian media outlets. This was as clear a sign as any that the...

    Russian Rocket System Seen in Ukraine for First Time — OSCE
    Oct02

    Russian Rocket System Seen in Ukraine for First Time — OSCE

    October 2, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    European Leaders Discuss Ukraine as Russia Flexes Muscle in Syria
    Oct02

    European Leaders Discuss Ukraine as Russia Flexes Muscle in Syria

    October 2, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Putin unleashed
    Oct02

    Putin unleashed

    This article appears in the October 12, 2015 edition of The Weekly Standard (Vol. 21, No. 5).By any objective measure, Russia has made a strategic decision to challenge America for dominance in the Middle East. Despite depressed global oil prices and economic sanctions intended to curb his Ukraine adventurism, Vladimir Putin is pursuing an...

    Partners in Leadership? Germany and the United States 25 Years After Unification
    Oct02

    Partners in Leadership? Germany and the United States 25 Years After Unification

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON—President George HW Bush called for Germany to be a Partner in Leadership with the United States in May 1989, six months before the fall of the Berlin Wall. He did this in anticipation of the changes that were building, sensing that with the end of the Cold War, Germany would be the central power in Europe. Chancellor...

    What’s in a Deconfliction? The Practical Challenges of US-Russian Military Cooperation in Syria
    Oct02

    What’s in a Deconfliction? The Practical Challenges of US-Russian Military Cooperation in Syria

    October 2, 2015 By Michael Purcell While it is hard enough to get past the most obvious and fundamental challenge to US-Russian military cooperation in Syria—the failure of the two sides to agree on a desired end goal—there are also a handful of serious practical obstacles to potential effective military cooperation. The current focus on...

    Western ‘Information War’ Moves From Ukraine to Syria, Russia Says
    Oct02

    Western ‘Information War’ Moves From Ukraine to Syria, Russia Says

    Ukraine enjoys a quiet spell as leaders gather in Paris to consolidate the peace process. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin’s air strikes in Syria are merely the latest example of the Obama Doctrine’s failure
    Oct02

    Putin’s air strikes in Syria are merely the latest example of the Obama Doctrine’s failure

    If the humiliation of the Obama administration continues at this rate, by this time next week you should expect to see Secretary of State John Kerry on all fours at the United Nations, getting paddled by the Russian foreign minister and shouting, “Thank you, comrade! May I have another?”On Monday, President Obama and Vladimir Putin had a meeting...

    The blockade of Crimea
    Oct02

    The blockade of Crimea

    On 20 September, at the initiative of the Crimean Tatars’ self-government organisation, a blockade of checkpoints allowing passage to Crimea began. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Bankruptcy Law Opens Escape Route for Russian Debtors
    Oct02

    Bankruptcy Law Opens Escape Route for Russian Debtors

    Borrowers in painful squeeze as Russian economy shrinks, the ruble weakens, and prices rise. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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