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Section: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (USA)

      The Ukrainian Communications Standoff
      Nov25

      The Ukrainian Communications Standoff

      In the war of nerves now raging over Ukraine, the West does not need to counter Russian propaganda with its own parallel truth: it can rely on the power of facts. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Russia and Germany: The Antipodes in the International System
      Nov25

      Russia and Germany: The Antipodes in the International System

      In character and attitude, Germany and Russia are the antipodes in today’s international system. That could explain perhaps both the closeness the two countries have felt for years and the growing confrontation which has come with the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Weak Ruble Exchange Rate Represents Political Bargaining Challenge
      Nov19

      Weak Ruble Exchange Rate Represents Political Bargaining Challenge

      The financial troubles of the ruble represent the most striking and dangerous strategic challenge facing the Russian state since the conflict in Ukraine began. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Frozen Donbas?
      Nov17

      Frozen Donbas?

      Ukraine is in the process of forming a new government. President Putin has a say in the development of this process by threatening an invasion. And now he can be almost certain that the West will not go to war with Russia over Ukraine. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Russia, Ukraine, and the Visegrad: Time to Get Real
      Nov14

      Russia, Ukraine, and the Visegrad: Time to Get Real

      The crisis in Ukraine has betrayed fault lines in the Visegrad Group. Unless Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic change course, the “golden age” of Central Europe may come to an end. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Russia Divided
      Nov11

      Russia Divided

      In 2014 the number of ethnic conflicts in Russia has declined. The drop resulted from the Ukrainian conflict which has shifted the generally xenophobic sentiments from an internal to an external adversary. The shift in the object of xenophobia does not however eliminate it altogether. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Poland’s Foreign Policy Needs More, Not Less, Germany
      Nov10

      Poland’s Foreign Policy Needs More, Not Less, Germany

      The Ukraine crisis shows that Poland’s special foreign policy toward its Eastern neighbors is needed more than ever-together with support from Berlin. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      It’s No Time for EU Wobbling Over Ukraine
      Nov06

      It’s No Time for EU Wobbling Over Ukraine

      Ukraine has experienced a number of failed revolutions. The hope today is that the October 26 elections will finally bring about the change the country needs. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Judy Asks: Can Poroshenko Reform Ukraine?
      Nov05

      Judy Asks: Can Poroshenko Reform Ukraine?

      Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Ukrainian Separatist Rebels Elect New Leaders for Breakaway Republic
      Nov04

      Ukrainian Separatist Rebels Elect New Leaders for Breakaway Republic

      Separatists recently held an election in the breakaway regions of eastern Ukraine, asserting their independence from Kiev. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

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