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Section: RAND (USA)

    How to Partner With Putin
    Mar04

    How to Partner With Putin

    Improving relations with Russia, a priority for President Donald Trump, is a worthy goal. He could make progress by seeking to partner with Russia on some issues, like North Korea, while keeping up heat on others, such as aggression in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    No Quick Fix with Russia
    Jan03

    No Quick Fix with Russia

    A series of small steps is more likely to improve Western and Russian security than an attempt at a total reset. At the same time, sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine, and NATO actions to reassure and protect allies, must continue. …read more Source:...

    Beyond the Headlines: RAND’s Christopher Paul Discusses the Russian ‘Firehose of Falsehood’
    Dec13

    Beyond the Headlines: RAND’s Christopher Paul Discusses the Russian ‘Firehose of Falsehood’

    Christopher Paul, a senior social scientist, discussed his study on Russian propaganda at a recent RAND event. A massive, ingenious, and concerning campaign of propaganda has been pumping westward for years, supporting the Russian agenda in Ukraine and Syria and likely trying to influence the U.S. presidential election. …read more Source:...

    What Ukraine Urgently Needs to Defend Itself
    Oct17

    What Ukraine Urgently Needs to Defend Itself

    Many think that the United States should do more to help Ukraine defend itself. Analysis points to the potential of U.S. support for fundamental reform of Ukraine’s security sector. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Security Sector Needs Substantial Reform
    Oct05

    Ukraine’s Security Sector Needs Substantial Reform

    An assessment of Ukraine’s security sector determines what different institutions need to do and where gaps exist. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified, and coordination is needed among individual ministries and agencies. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Great Power Choice
    Jun01

    Russia’s Great Power Choice

    The Donbas occupation is straining Russia’s economy, world power status, and relationship with the West. Only by pulling out of eastern Ukraine and reforming its economy can Russia gain broader acceptance and reach its potential as a great power. …read more Source:...

    How Russia Undermines Nuclear Security
    Apr01

    How Russia Undermines Nuclear Security

    Russian aggression in Ukraine and nuclear saber rattling are jeopardizing the very global nonproliferation efforts that this week’s Nuclear Security Summit in Washington seeks to further. Moscow’s actions deserve a stronger response than they have received. …read more Source:...

    The Tide Is Going Out on Putin
    Jan25

    The Tide Is Going Out on Putin

    Russia is losing ground in domestic politics, economics, and foreign policy. It could take steps to strengthen its position, such as withdrawing from Ukraine, privatizing inefficient state enterprises, and improving the investment climate. …read more Source:...

    The West Needs to Take a Tougher Line with Putin
    Nov02

    The West Needs to Take a Tougher Line with Putin

    By responding more robustly to Russia’s interventions, the West could reduce military asymmetries in Ukraine and Syria and improve prospects for negotiated outcomes. …read more Source:...

    Will Putin Gamble All on a Broader Ukraine Invasion?
    May26

    Will Putin Gamble All on a Broader Ukraine Invasion?

    If the Krelmin is contemplating further action in Ukraine, it faces a tough choice. The decision could have an enduring impact on Russia’s fortunes. …read more Source:...

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