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Social Media: Europe: Eastern Europe: Russian Federation

301-330 Social Media articles displayed
for the Europe/Eastern Europe/Russian Federation Region

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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
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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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Russia's Unformed Foreign Policy
Claims that "although Russia has projected itself more forcefully on the world stage since the beginning of the Putin era, its foreign policy still lacks any sort of grand strategic vision. If the Bus... Read More...


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The Future of the Russian Military: Managing Geopolitical Change and Institutional Decline
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The Many Faces of Modern Russia
Argues that the West must face a disturbing new dynamic: the Kremlin's weakening grasp on the entire Russian Federation. By Sam Nunn and Adam N. Stulberg. (Foreign Affairs, 3/1/2000, $) Read More...


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The Rise of Putin: What It Means for the Future of Russia
(Heritage Foundation, 3/28/2000) Read More...


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The Russian Elections: An Early Assessment
(Nixon Center, 3/27/2000) Read More...


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The State of Russian Foreign Policy and U.S. Policy Toward Russia
(Heritage Foundation, 4/6/1998) Read More...


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The U.S.-Russian Relationship After Iraq
(Nixon Center, 6/5/2003) Read More...


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The U.S.-Russian Summit
(Nixon Center, 11/9/2001) Read More...


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The Watershed in U.S.-Russia Relations: Beyond
(Heritage Foundation, 2/17/1999) Read More...


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U.S., Russia Getting on One Accord
(Nixon Center, 5/22/2002) Read More...


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U.S.-Russia Relations Are Still Badly Frayed
(Nixon Center, 6/27/1999) Read More...


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U.S.-Russian Energy Cooperation Is Good Policy
(Heritage Foundation, 10/10/2002) Read More...


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U.S.-Russian Relations: Where from Here?
(Nixon Center, 7/17/2002) Read More...


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Understanding Putin’s Foreign Policy
(Heritage Foundation, 7/12/2001) Read More...


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Understanding Russia
(Nixon Center, 5/4/2001) Read More...


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Westernizing Russia and China
Contends that Russia and China are in a transitional stage requiring patience and guidance rather than confrontation. By Michael Mandelbaum. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/1997, $) Read More...


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What Is to Be Undone? A Russia Policy Agenda for the New Administration
(Nixon Center, 2/15/2001) Read More...


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Who Lost Russia?
Lecture from Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D., Hon. Caspar W. Weinberger, Hon. R. James Woolsey, and Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. (Heritage Foundation, 1/8/1999) Read More...


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Iraqi Revival Will Cost Russia
Argues that if postwar Iraq becomes a major oil producer, Saudi Arabia could lose lots of money, while Russia Inc. might go out of business altogether… (Japan Times, 5/20/2003) Read More...


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