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    Greece Seeks to Sidestep Kremlin Import Ban, Ukraine Says Gazprom Blocking Fuel Supply
    Mar05

    Greece Seeks to Sidestep Kremlin Import Ban, Ukraine Says Gazprom Blocking Fuel Supply

    Plus, Croatia will vote on Adriatic drilling, and Kyrgyzstan does away with final exams in Uzbek. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Myth of the West’s Threat to Russia
    Mar05

    The Myth of the West’s Threat to Russia

    Did NATO Provoke a War By Trying to ‘Take’ Ukraine From Russia? Much Western thinking about the causes of the Russo-Ukrainian War is rooted in a myth. It posits that the West—or, more specifically, NATO—attempted to wrest Ukraine from Russia’s sphere of influence, thereby forcing Vladimir Putin to defend Russia’s legitimate...

    The OSCE’s Near-Impossible Mission in Ukraine
    Mar05

    The OSCE’s Near-Impossible Mission in Ukraine

    The head of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe discusses the task of monitoring the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine and the future of European security. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Murder of Boris Nemtsov – And Three Other Deaths
    Mar05

    The Murder of Boris Nemtsov – And Three Other Deaths

    The shocking murder of Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov, literally in sight of the Kremlin, clearly marks the beginning of a new era in Russian politics and Russiawatching alike. And it is unlikely to be pretty. Who killed Nemtsov, who was behind it? At this stage, I have absolutely no idea. The government? I find it hard to think Vladimir...

    Despite Multiple Troubles, Russia Continues Its Pressure Against Georgia
    Mar04

    Despite Multiple Troubles, Russia Continues Its Pressure Against Georgia

    One might expect that while Russia’s political, diplomatic, military and economic resources are tied down in its protracted war in Ukraine, the Kremlin would have difficulty focusing on other regions within the post-Soviet space. But even a casual glance at Russia’s recent activities in Georgia immediately dispels such assumptions....

    North Caucasus Economic Woes Likely Due to the Shrinking Role of the Central Government
    Mar04

    North Caucasus Economic Woes Likely Due to the Shrinking Role of the Central Government

    In February, the Arbitration Court of North Ossetia declared the Vladikavkaz Thermal Networks joint stock company insolvent and put in under external management until June 1, 2015. Vladikavkaz Thermal Networks is a monopolistic public utilities management company in North Ossetia’s capital, Vladikavkaz. The company owed overall over $12...

    Ukraine Has Escaped Financial Meltdown—But Challenges Lie Ahead
    Mar04

    Ukraine Has Escaped Financial Meltdown—But Challenges Lie Ahead

    The desperate financial crisis that Ukraine faced in February has been lifted temporarily by recent positive actions in Kiev. Ukraine is far from out of the woods, but it has bought time to undertake the reforms that its new government appears committed to carrying out. RealTime post by Anders Åslund. …read more Source: Peterson Institute...

    Russian aggression against Ukraine and the West’s policy response
    Mar04

    Russian aggression against Ukraine and the West’s policy response

    Introduction Mr. Chairman, Senator Shaheen, distinguished members of the subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to testify on Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, and the U.S. and West’s policy response. What began as an internal Ukrainian political dispute became a Ukraine-Russia crisis in early 2014. Since then, Moscow has used...

    Russia after the Nemtsov murder
    Mar04

    Russia after the Nemtsov murder

    Boris Nemtsov’s murder may be a turning point in current Russian history. Unfortunately, it is almost surely not a turn to the better, but one to something bad or to something even worse. This point needs to be made clear from the beginning. It is an illusion to think that this event will lead to anything positive, such as a backlash in the...

    Ukraine and Russia: The Thorny Questions That Will Not Go Away
    Mar04

    Ukraine and Russia: The Thorny Questions That Will Not Go Away

    It is time for the West to face up to reality: with Ukraine set to be the site of a proxy war for the foreseeable future, European security is no longer a given. …read more Source: Royal United Services Institute...

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