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  • Armenia and Turkey: Bridging the Gap

    Armenia and Turkey: Bridging the Gap

    The rapprochement between Armenia and Turkey is in crisis. The protocols on normalization and recognition have not been ratified and a process of great historic and strategic importance is in danger of collapse.

  • Geopolitical Atlas of the Caucasus

    Geopolitical Atlas of the Caucasus

    The conflicts in the Caucasus are often directly linked to changes in territorial borders. Creating an atlas of the Caucasus is a key to understanding the nature of the conflicts in the region.

  • One Year After the “Reset”

    One Year After the “Reset”

    The signing of the new START treaty is the most tangible result of the U.S.-Russian relations reset to date. More important than the treaty itself, however, are the opportunities that it opens up for closer cooperation in other areas.

  • U.S.-Russian Security Relations: A Discussion with Alexei Arbatov

    U.S.-Russian Security Relations: A Discussion with Alexei Arbatov

    Nuclear weapons are again at the forefront of U.S.-Russian relations. The new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) agreement has been signed, but its ratification still faces opposition in both Russia and the United States.

  • Russia's AfPak Policy—A Waiting Game?

    Russia's AfPak Policy—A Waiting Game?

    Russia is already doing much to help the alliance in its struggle against the Taliban insurgency, yet there is a growing feeling in the West that Moscow could be playing a more decisive role in Afghanistan.

  • Medvedev’s Presidency: What's New, What's Not

    Medvedev’s Presidency: What's New, What's Not

    Under President Putin, Russia’s government was a hybrid regime that combined elements of both democracy and authoritarianism. Two years into Medvedev’s presidency, the basic structure of government has not significantly changed.

  • The Politics of History and Its Variations in Post-Socialist Countries

    The Politics of History and Its Variations in Post-Socialist Countries

    History is being newly politicized in Russia and in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, and history itself is becoming a field of politics, but historians can and should resist manipulation by politicians.

  • Obama's Nuclear Agenda: A View from Washington

    Obama's Nuclear Agenda: A View from Washington

    Two potentially conflicting imperatives drive Barack Obama’s nuclear agenda. On the one hand, he has called for a world free of nuclear weapons. On the other hand, he believes that the United States needs credible nuclear deterrence.

  • Civil Society in Russia: How Managed Democracy Misfires

    Civil Society in Russia: How Managed Democracy Misfires

    The mayoral elections in Krasnoturinsk demonstrate the power of Russian civil society, given the right conditions, to overcome the administrative political regime.

  • Russia Update: An Opposition View

    Russia Update: An Opposition View

    The large protest in Kaliningrad marks an increase in popular anti-Putin and anti-Kremlin sentiment and an opportunity for the opposition to work with the dissatisfied population and toward a more democratic Russia.

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