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Social Media: Europe: Eastern Europe: Russian Federation

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Countering Russian-Iranian Military Cooperation
Asserts that Russian assistance to Iran in developing ballistic missiles and weapons of mass destruction increasingly threatens U.S. interests, U.S. forces, and U.S. allies in the Middle East. Calls f... Read More...


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Crisis in the Caucasus: A New Look at Russia's Chechen Impasse
(Foreign Affairs, 3/1/2003, $) Read More...


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Fueling a U.S.-Russian Strategic Alliance?
A Conversation with Mikhail Khodorkovsky (Nixon Center, 6/20/2002) Read More...


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Fueling the Future: The Prospects for Russian Oil and Gas
(Brookings Institute, 10/1/2002) Read More...


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Is Russia Still an Enemy?
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Letter Report from the Co-Chairs of the Joint Committee on U.S.-Russian Cooperation on Nuclear Non-P
Presidents' Statement to Accompany Release of Holdren-Laverov Letter Report Statement from Bruce Alberts, President, National Academy of Sciences, Wm. A. Wulf, President, National Academy of Engine... Read More...


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Moscow Hostage Crisis Demands Greater U.S.-Russia Security Cooperation
(Heritage Foundation, 12/11/2002) Read More...


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Moscow Nights, Eurasian Dreams
By Nikolas Gvosdev. (Nixon Center, 6/1/2002) Read More...


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Moving Toward a New Agenda With Russia
(Nixon Center, 5/26/2002) Read More...


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New Dynamics in Northeast Asia: The Russian Factor
This paper seeks to position Russia within the North Asia region and offers a new definition of Pacific Russia, a concept that covers both the Russian Far East and Eastern Siberia and discusses some o... Read More...


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Putin Turns the G-7 Into a Group of Pushovers
By Dimitri Simes. (Nixon Center, 8/2/2000) Read More...


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Putin's Foreign Policy and U.S.- Russian Relations
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Putin's New Beginning: Early Impressions
(Nixon Center, 7/10/2000) Read More...


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Putin's Plutocrat Problem
Russia's popular new president is better positioned than his predecessor was to enact needed reforms. But all of Vladimir Putin's efforts will come to nought unless he can do what Boris Yeltsin never ... Read More...


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Putin's Power Move Bears Close Watch
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Russia Has a Case in Chechnya
(Nixon Center, 12/14/1999) Read More...


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Russia Renewed?
(Foreign Affairs, 11/1/2002, $) Read More...


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Russia: Lost but Not Found
(Nixon Center, 1/8/1999) Read More...


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Russia’s Turn West: Sea Change or Opportunism?
Discusses potential for thawing U.S.-Russian relations from both sides. By Thomas M. Nichols. (World Policy Journal, 12/1/2002) Read More...


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Russian Democracy and American Foreign Policy
(Brookings Institute, 7/1/2001) Read More...


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Russian Media under Vladimir Putin:  A View from the Inside
A Seminar with Alexei Pushkov (Nixon Center, 4/3/2001) Read More...


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Russia's Assault on Religious Freedom
(Heritage Foundation, 9/12/1997) Read More...


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Russia's Borrowing Spree: A Looming Financial Crisis
Argues that the Yeltsin administration dug itself a financial hole, and Western attempts to solve the problem by allowing Russia's federal and local governments to borrow billions of dollars are likel... Read More...


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Russia's Collapse
Argues that the Russian economy is not very liberalized, and its problems have been caused by reforms that were too slow and partial, not too sweeping. Offers optimistic outlook. (Foreign Affairs, 9/1... Read More...


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Russia's Crisis Gets Worse
Discusses dismissal of Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov by President Boris Yeltsin and possible repercussions. By Dimitri K. Simes. (Nixon Center, 5/13/1999) Read More...


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Russia's Dangerous Missile Game in Iran
Condems actions of Russia providing advanced missile technology to the radical Islamic regime in Tehran and calls for action by Washington. By Dr. Ariel Cohen and James A. Phillips. (Heritage Founda... Read More...


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Russia's Illusory Ambitions
Russia must come to terms with its neighbors' ascendancy and its own economic and military decline. Acting otherwise could plunge Eurasia into turmoil and usher in a new era of tension between Russia ... Read More...


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Russia's Image of China and Russian-Chinese Relations
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Russia's New Foreign Policy Priorities
(Nixon Center, 5/18/2000) Read More...


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Russia's Road to Corruption
A Presentation by Rep. Christopher Cox , Chairman, Speaker's Advisory Group on Russia (Nixon Center, 9/21/2000) Read More...


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