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Section: Russia Direct (Russia)

      Russia and US offer very different views of the world in Munich
      Feb21

      Russia and US offer very different views of the world in Munich

      Russia and US offer very different views of the world in Munich Debates: Russia Direct interviewed prominent experts to figure out how they assess the results of the 2017 Munich International Security ConferenceDebates: Russia Direct interviewed prominent experts to figure out how they assess the results of the 2017 Munich International Security...

      After Flynn’s dismissal, Russia starts to doubt Trump
      Feb17

      After Flynn’s dismissal, Russia starts to doubt Trump

      After Flynn’s dismissal, Russia starts to doubt TrumpAfter National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s scandalous resignation and Donald Trump’s tough new rhetoric toward the Kremlin, Russia has started to back away from the U.S. president. That could be dangerousAfter National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s scandalous...

      The rise of counter-elite can take Russia in a new direction
      Feb17

      The rise of counter-elite can take Russia in a new direction

      The rise of counter-elite can take Russia in a new direction Sweeping political changes in Russia might eventually come from a counter-elite — from those who already hold high-ranking positions in the current regime and are well integrated into the ruling classSweeping political changes in Russia might eventually come from a counter-elite — from...

      Will Serbia be able to balance between Russia and the West?
      Feb17

      Will Serbia be able to balance between Russia and the West?

      Will Serbia be able to balance between Russia and the West? It remains to be seen how the EU will respond to Serbia’s plans to sign a free-trade agreement with the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union, given the current geopolitical context and the Kremlin’s contradictions with the West over UkraineIt remains to be seen how the EU will...

      German elections won’t be game-changer for US or Russia
      Feb16

      German elections won’t be game-changer for US or Russia

      German elections won’t be game-changer for US or RussiaGermany's new president, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, is a well-known critic of U.S. President Donald Trump. But that doesn't mean that Berlin will opt to turn its back on America in favor of RussiaGermany’s new president, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, is a well-known critic of...

      The shift in US-Germany relations has implications for Russia
      Feb15

      The shift in US-Germany relations has implications for Russia

      The shift in US-Germany relations has implications for RussiaAfter decades, the transatlantic partnership between the U.S. and Germany finally shows signs of weakening. That could open the door for Russia to become an important German partnerAfter decades, the transatlantic partnership between the U.S. and Germany finally shows signs of...

      Russia’s euphoria about Donald Trump already fading
      Feb14

      Russia’s euphoria about Donald Trump already fading

      Russia’s euphoria about Donald Trump already fadingLess than one month since Donald Trump’s inauguration, Moscow has already become less delusional about the odds of improving relations with Washington. It’s now time to prepare for realityLess than one month since Donald Trump’s inauguration, Moscow has already become less...

      The curious case of a Russian blogger that shook the post-Soviet space
      Feb11

      The curious case of a Russian blogger that shook the post-Soviet space

      The curious case of a Russian blogger that shook the post-Soviet spaceThe case of Aleksandr Lapshin, a travel blogger based in Moscow with dual Russian-Israeli citizenship, shows how the barriers that were established as a result of the 1991 Soviet break-up create new possibilities for conflictThe case of Aleksandr Lapshin, a travel blogger based...

      Why post-Soviet integration will be a lot harder than the Kremlin thought
      Feb09

      Why post-Soviet integration will be a lot harder than the Kremlin thought

      Why post-Soviet integration will be a lot harder than the Kremlin thought25 years after the official collapse of the Soviet Union, the forces of disintegration in the post-Soviet space appear to be stronger than those of integration25 years after the official collapse of the Soviet Union, the forces of disintegration in the post-Soviet space...

      Moscow and Kiev: Testing the US in Ukraine
      Feb08

      Moscow and Kiev: Testing the US in Ukraine

      Moscow and Kiev: Testing the US in UkraineWhatever the cause for the recent flare-up in eastern Ukraine, the signs indicate that the U.S. position will be instrumental in any future resolution of the conflict, one way or the otherWhatever the cause for the recent flare-up in eastern Ukraine, the signs indicate that the U.S. position will be...

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