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      Nonproliferation or nuclear modernization: What path will Trump follow?
      Jan19

      Nonproliferation or nuclear modernization: What path will Trump follow?

      Nonproliferation or nuclear modernization: What path will Trump follow?When Putin and Trump meet for the first time, one major topic of discussion could be the fate of each nation’s nuclear missile systemsWhen Putin and Trump meet for the first time, one major topic of discussion could be the fate of each nation’s nuclear missile...

      The Kremlin’s difficult balancing act in preserving the political status quo
      Jan19

      The Kremlin’s difficult balancing act in preserving the political status quo

      The Kremlin’s difficult balancing act in preserving the political status quoWith presidential elections looming on the horizon, the Kremlin faces difficult choices about how to preserve social and economic stability without overreaching its authorityWith presidential elections looming on the horizon, the Kremlin faces difficult choices...

      From Obama to Trump: Is Cold War really averted?
      Jan19

      From Obama to Trump: Is Cold War really averted?

      From Obama to Trump: Is Cold War really averted?The Trump administration has a unique opportunity to change the American foreign policy debate about Russia and move beyond the outdated policy of containmentThe Trump administration has a unique opportunity to change the American foreign policy debate about Russia and move beyond the outdated...

      Obama’s legacy, Trump’s dossier and Canada’s new foreign minister
      Jan18

      Obama’s legacy, Trump’s dossier and Canada’s new foreign minister

      Obama’s legacy, Trump’s dossier and Canada’s new foreign minister Russian media roundup: Barack Obama’s presidential legacy, Donald Trump’s upcoming inauguration, and the appointment of Canada’s new foreign minister all made headlines in Russia last weekRussian media roundup: Barack Obama’s presidential...

      Here is why the Kremlin’s big bet on Trump might be risky
      Jan16

      Here is why the Kremlin’s big bet on Trump might be risky

      Here is why the Kremlin’s big bet on Trump might be riskyWith the upcoming inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, the Kremlin is increasingly hopeful of creating a better relationship with the West. But is it really the case?With the upcoming inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, the Kremlin is increasingly hopeful...

      Moscow’s concept of a Greater Europe is still just a dream
      Jan14

      Moscow’s concept of a Greater Europe is still just a dream

      Moscow’s concept of a Greater Europe is still just a dream Until Moscow and Brussels change their zero-sum approach, any talk about reviving the concept of a Greater Europe is just wishful thinkingUntil Moscow and Brussels change their zero-sum approach, any talk about reviving the concept of a Greater Europe is just wishful thinking.A...

      A disintegrating Europe should not be in Russia’s best interests
      Jan13

      A disintegrating Europe should not be in Russia’s best interests

      A disintegrating Europe should not be in Russia’s best interestsEurope is facing difficult questions about what will happen after Britain leaves the EU. For Russia, too, the future of European integration remains a hot-button issueEurope is facing difficult questions about what will happen after Britain leaves the EU. For Russia, too, the...

      What kind of Russia should the West fear?
      Jan11

      What kind of Russia should the West fear?

      What kind of Russia should the West fear?RD Interview: Dmitri Trenin of the Carnegie Moscow Center explains how current misguided perceptions in both the United States and Russia could lead to a dangerous new geopolitical realityRD Interview: Dmitri Trenin of the Carnegie Moscow Center explains how current misguided perceptions in both the United...

      Why the new US military buildup in Europe doesn’t yet worry Russia
      Jan10

      Why the new US military buildup in Europe doesn’t yet worry Russia

      Why the new US military buildup in Europe doesn’t yet worry RussiaAs President Obama deploys thousands of troops and new military hardware to Europe, Moscow is waiting to see the next moves of the Trump administrationAs President Obama deploys thousands of troops and new military hardware to Europe, Moscow is waiting to see the next moves...

      Intelligence report on Kremlin hacking makes any reset close to impossible
      Jan10

      Intelligence report on Kremlin hacking makes any reset close to impossible

      Intelligence report on Kremlin hacking makes any reset close to impossibleExpecting conclusive evidence in the declassified intelligence report about the Kremlin’s alleged hacking would be naive in the current U.S. political environment, where Russia is seen as an adversaryExpecting conclusive evidence in the declassified intelligence...

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