Russia News

The Myth of Russia’s Diplomatic Victory, or With Allies Like These Who Needs Enemies?

Sep 18, 2013
As war again looms over the Middle East, the world has looked to the so-called “Russian proposal” to keep the peace. Responding to an off the cuff comment by US Secretary of State John Kerry, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s administration has designed a deal whereby Syria would surrender its chemical weapons to international control in order to avoid a US-led military strike to take them out.

Lilia Shevtsova

Sep 16, 2013
Russia gained in Navalny a new, bright, courageous political leader on the national level.

Oleg Reut

Sep 16, 2013
According to Reut, Navalny is an illusion of a real alternative to the current government.

Ivan Kurilla

Sep 16, 2013
A striking example to the discredit of the institution of Russian elections came from Volgograd.

Grigoriy Golosov

Sep 13, 2013
The St. Petersburg-based political analyst Grigoriy Golosov divided the events of last Sunday in two: what happened in Moscow and what happened in the rest of Russia.

Why Russia Needs the BRICS

Sep 05, 2013
Russia highly values its BRICS membership and wants to deepen its cooperation even as the economic dynamism behind the original concept has begun to run out of steam, writes William Pomeranz on CNN.com.

Common Ground for Obama and Putin Is Offshore

Sep 05, 2013
While low expectations surround the G20 meeting in St. Petersburg, there is one timely matter that resonates with Washington, Moscow, and the entire G20 — the continuing fight against offshore tax havens, writes William Pomeranz.

Snowden and the Tense U.S.-Russia Relationship

Aug 13, 2013
"I think the real concern is this is a president who does not feel his legacy will be well served by investing more political capital in Russia. That’s worrying to me in the long term,” said Matthew Rojansky, Director of the Kennan Institute, on Andrea Mitchell Reports.

The Future of U.S.-Russia Relations

Aug 13, 2013
Director of the Kennan Institute Matthew Rojansky discusses the future of U.S.-Russia relations in light of President Obama’s cancelled meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin as well as the outcome of Secretaries Kerry and Hagel’s meeting with the Russian envoy.

Azerbaijan Decides Europe's Energy Security

Jul 31, 2013
Alexandros Petersen wrote, “In a fast-changing global energy landscape, yesterday's small actors are increasingly today's dynamic players and possibly tomorrow's major decision-makers,” in an article published by UPI.com earlier this week.

Pages