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    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter
    Nov19

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter

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    U.S. Embassy in Moscow Outs Fake ‘Outing’ Letter
    Nov19

    U.S. Embassy in Moscow Outs Fake ‘Outing’ Letter

    Pro-Kremlin paper Izvestia mocked for report on Washington’s efforts to ‘out’ gay officials based on obviously fake document. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Jailed Campaigner Against Sochi Olympics to be Freed Early
    Nov19

    Jailed Campaigner Against Sochi Olympics to be Freed Early

    Russian environmental activist Yevgeny Vitishko has served half a sentence on ‘trumped-up’ charges, human rights groups say. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Lure of Returning to Business as Usual With Russia
    Nov19

    The Lure of Returning to Business as Usual With Russia

    Ukraine should not be used as a pawn in Western cooperation with Russia in fighting the so-called Islamic State. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Putin’s Information Warfare in Ukraine: Soviet Origins of Russia’s Hybrid Warfare
    Nov19

    Putin’s Information Warfare in Ukraine: Soviet Origins of Russia’s Hybrid Warfare

    This report focuses on Russia’s reliance on hybrid warfare against Ukraine ever since early 2014. More specifically, the text’s author argues that Moscow has relied heavily on an element of information warfare called “reflexive control,” which is a form of perception management that stresses 1) denial and deception...

    The shocking truth: A Trump presidency could be good for ANZUS
    Nov19

    The shocking truth: A Trump presidency could be good for ANZUS

    ‘Should Donald Trump be elected US President, Australia should tear up the ANZUS alliance’, leads this article by veteran analyst and political reporter, Daniel Flitton. He doesn’t hold back: Malcolm Turnbull or Bill Shorten could be prime minister by this time next year, but this is a simple bipartisan choice. If Trump wins the...

    Russia Seeks Further Expansion of Military and Political Influence in Armenia
    Nov18

    Russia Seeks Further Expansion of Military and Political Influence in Armenia

    On November 9, Russia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov traveled to Armenia. The visit was agreed upon shortly before. The next day, President Vladimir Putin ordered the government of Russia to start negotiations with Armenia on establishing a joint regional air defense system (Pravo.gov.ru, November 11). Preliminary consultations...

    Making Sense of Ukraine’s Local Elections: Voters Put Multiple Parties in Office
    Nov18

    Making Sense of Ukraine’s Local Elections: Voters Put Multiple Parties in Office

    As the ballots are counted in Ukraine’s November 15 runoff elections, the preliminary results show no national mandate or overarching themes. Instead, in a positive step for the country’s democratic development, voters dispersed power widely and put multiple political parties into office. Here’s a quick rundown of the big races...

    U.S. and Western Policy Towards Russia
    Nov18

    U.S. and Western Policy Towards Russia

    The Russian annexation of Crimea has led to over two years of debate regarding Washington’s strategy towards Moscow. Today, with Ukraine somewhat quieter and seeming progress towards cooperation on Syria, are more cooperative approaches possible? What should be Washington’s goals in engaging with Russia, or responding to it on the...

    Poland’s Balanced De-Europeanization and the ENP
    Nov18

    Poland’s Balanced De-Europeanization and the ENP

    WARSAW—Largely Eastern-oriented, Polish foreign policy has filled a gap in Brussels: Warsaw has been perceived as the spokesperson for the former Soviet republics striving to join the European family and it has built its foreign policy reputation in Europe around that role. This has also served its own transformation well as a recently joined...

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