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Section: Carnegie Moscow Center (Russia)

      Poroshenko Empty-Handed in Washington
      Apr04

      Poroshenko Empty-Handed in Washington

      President Poroshenko’s failure to move ahead with reforms or to resolve decisively the political crisis in Ukraine has dismayed his U.S. partners. That made for a difficult visit to Washington. | Русский …read more Source: Carnegie Moscow...

      Russian Elite Opinion After Crimea
      Mar23

      Russian Elite Opinion After Crimea

      Information about the views of the Russian elite, a segment of the population that has grown increasingly guarded and circumspect during the 2000s, is hard to come by. Nevertheless, aggregate data analysis suggests some conclusions about key features of elite opinion following Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014. | Русский …read...

      Two Years After Crimea: The Evolution of a Political Regime
      Mar21

      Two Years After Crimea: The Evolution of a Political Regime

      The system, its leader, and the popular majority formed after Crimea will survive the 2018 presidential election. The existing regime is incapable of democratization. At the same time it is dangerous to ratchet up repression. The government is trying to encourage inertia, but this is becoming increasingly difficult after Crimea, Donbas, Syria,...

      The Yatsenyuk Chronicles: How Ukraine’s Prime Minister Survived
      Feb18

      The Yatsenyuk Chronicles: How Ukraine’s Prime Minister Survived

      Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has been under pressure to resign, but unexpectedly lived to fight another day after a parliamentary vote of no-confidence against him failed. What lies behind his political survival? | Русский …read more Source: Carnegie Moscow...

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