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Social Media: Europe: Eastern Europe: Russian Federation

271-300 Social Media articles displayed
for the Europe/Eastern Europe/Russian Federation Region

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Talk peace in Chechnya
Discusses current situation in Chechnya and a call for peace negotiations. By Ilyas Akhmadov. (Boston Globe, 9/29/2003) Read More...

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Chechnya After the Elections
Examines elections in Chechnya. By Robert Bruce Ware. (Pravda, 10/13/2003) Read More...

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A Chilean Model for Russia
For Russia to grow at self-sustaining annual rates of seven to ten percent for a decade or two -- the only way it can pull itself out of poverty -- it needs much more economic liberalization. By Jose... Read More...

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A New Paradigm for U.S.-Russia Relations: Facing the Post-Cold War Reality
It is time for the Administration to develop a new paradigm to govern its relations with Russia -- a policy that, like a blinking yellow light in an intersection, could be called "proceed with caution... Read More...

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A Presentation by Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov
Calls for a broadly based global effort to strengthen international institutions and international law to combat terrorism and discusses U.S.-Russian relations. (Nixon Center, 9/19/2001) Read More...

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America, China, and Russia: The Trilateral Relationship
Discussion with Dr. Christopher Marsh (Nixon Center, 3/10/2003)

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America's Real Russian Allies
In post 9/11, poll data reveal an unlikely American ally: the Russian masses, who have grown fiercely democratic and will resist any slide toward autocracy. By Timothy J. Colton and Michael McFaul. (F... Read More...

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Can Russia Change?
(Foreign Affairs, 1/1/1997, $)

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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, $)

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

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

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Is Russia Still an Enemy?
(Foreign Affairs, 9/1/1997, $)

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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)

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

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

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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)

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Putin's Foreign Policy and U.S.- Russian Relations
(Heritage Foundation, 1/18/2001)

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Putin's New Beginning: Early Impressions
(Nixon Center, 7/10/2000)

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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
(Nixon Center, 5/26/2000)

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Russia Has a Case in Chechnya
(Nixon Center, 12/14/1999)

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

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

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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)

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

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

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