July 16, 2015
A selection of Western and Russian experts respond to a question from CGI on the latest foreign policy developments affecting Russia and Eurasia.
Sergey Aleksashenko, Former Deputy Finance Minister of Russia
While the agreement with Iran lowers tensions on the global scale, it could be seen as a defeat by those Russian politicians who have grown accustomed to viewing the world in black and white. The logic of “if it’s good for the United States, then it must be bad for Russia” reigns supreme in many government offices in Moscow. In that sense, Russia doesn’t see a direct gain from …read more
Source: Center on Global Interests