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  • Russia’s Accession to the WTO

    Russia’s Accession to the WTO
    • December 10, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Russia is the only major economy that is not a member of the WTO, but discussions over its accession have intensified, giving rise to important questions about the implications for world trade.

  • Foreign Minister Poroshenko: Challenges and Priorities of Ukraine's Domestic and Foreign Policy

    Foreign Minister Poroshenko: Challenges and Priorities of Ukraine's Domestic and Foreign Policy
    • December 09, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Foreign Affairs Minister Petro Poroshenko discussed Ukraine’s domestic and foreign policy challenges ahead of the presidential election in January, stressing Ukraine’s strengthened democratic processes and the importance of continued dialogue about the new and open European security architecture.

  • Regions of Russia in Crisis Conditions

    Regions of Russia in Crisis Conditions

    Russian regions have been developing crises with economic, financial, social, and political facets. If not checked, some of these crises may grow to pose risks not only to the local area, but to the stability of the Russian government.

  • U.S.-Russian Relations: How Does Russia See the Reset?

    U.S.-Russian Relations: How Does Russia See the Reset?
    • October 28, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Recent efforts by both the United States and Russia to reset the bilateral relationship have yielded promising results and deeper cooperation on critical issues, including Iran, the post-Soviet states, and arms control and disarmament.

  • Kyrgyzstan's Role in Regional Security

    Kyrgyzstan's Role in Regional Security
    • October 06, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Kyrgyz Foreign Minister Sarbaev stressed that many of the problems plaguing Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan, such as security and drug trafficking, are in fact regional problems, and that multilateral negotiations and mutual concessions can help find solutions to these problems.

  • Overmanaged Democracy in Russia: The Ruling Tandem and the Economic Crisis

    Overmanaged Democracy in Russia: The Ruling Tandem and the Economic Crisis
    • September 30, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    The current political system in Russia is a hybrid of democracy and authoritarianism, or an “overmanaged democracy,” where the elements of authoritarianism dominate democratic ones. The system seems stable on the surface, but is in fact very fragile.

  • NATO and Russia: A New Beginning

    NATO and Russia: A New Beginning

    In his first major foreign policy address, NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, presented the basis for a new strategic partnership with Russia, laying out the specific areas where practical cooperation could be extended.

  • Moscow Summit: Expert Briefing Live From Moscow

    Moscow Summit: Expert Briefing Live From Moscow
    • July 01, 2009 —  Moscow

    Ahead of the July 6-8 U.S.-Russia summit, Carnegie experts in Moscow discussed expectations for the visit, prospects for START negotiations, and areas for potential cooperation, including Iran, Afghanistan, and energy security.

  • Foreign Minister Lavrov on Russia-U.S. Relations: Perspectives and Prospects for the New Agenda

    Foreign Minister Lavrov on Russia-U.S. Relations: Perspectives and Prospects for the New Agenda
    • May 07, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Sergey V. Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, discussed the outlook for Russian–U.S. relations, including the prospects for “resetting” the relationship.

  • Regional Elections in Russia

    Regional Elections in Russia
    • April 16, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Regional elections in Russia are increasingly more contested, which is more a reflection of the growing number of unaddressed grievances in Russia’s localities than a sign of Russia becoming more democratic.

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