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  • Georgia Matters

    Georgia Matters
    • March 23, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Georgia’s nearly decade-long reforms and central geographical location between Europe and Asia make the country a valuable business and strategic partner for the West.

  • A Common European Security Space?

    A Common European Security Space?
    • March 09, 2009 —  Brussels

    A panel of experts on Russia, Europe and NATO discussed what a common European security space would look like, and how it could be created.

  • Russia and the Middle East

    Russia and the Middle East
    • March 05, 2009 —  Berlin

    Dmitri Trenin and Marina Ottaway discuss new dynamics and old superpower rivalries between the United States and Russia in the Middle East.

  • Russia and Its Neighbors

    Russia and Its Neighbors
    • February 24, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    The United States must recognize that former Soviet states are and will continue to be an important focus of Russia’s foreign policy, and should take a broader regional view to its relationships with countries in Russia's sphere of influence.

  • The Central Asia Strategies of Russia and the EU

    The Central Asia Strategies of Russia and the EU
    • February 10, 2009 —  Berlin

    Alexey Malashenko and Johannes Regenbrecht gave a comparative assessment of the European and Russian strategies in Central Asia.

  • Carnegie Event on Russia and Russian-American Relations: Is Russia Ready for Change?

    Carnegie Event on Russia and Russian-American Relations: Is Russia Ready for Change?
    • February 07, 2009

    <p>How deep will the Russian economic crisis be and how will it affect the country's economic and political development? What are the paths towards the country's modernization? What are the underlying causes for the rift in the U.S.-Russia relationship and how can the West effectively reengage with Moscow? <br clear='none'></br>To highlight the divergent opinions on Russia's future path, possible Russian responses to the new U.S. administration and the likely direction of the relationship, on February 6, 2009, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Washington, DC) hosted a spirited discussion titled “ Is Russia Ready for Change? ” with Dmitri Trenin and Lilia Shevtsova (Carnegie Moscow Center), joined by Donald Jensen (Johns Hopkins University). <br clear='none'></br> James Collins moderated the event.</p>

  • Is Russia Ready for Change?

    Is Russia Ready for Change?
    • February 06, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    The international financial crisis may help sustain Russia's political and economic system in the short-term or it may usher in rapid change. Regardless, it is unsustainable in the long run.

  • Russia's Economic Meltdown: Consequences and Prospects for the Future

    Russia's Economic Meltdown: Consequences and Prospects for the Future
    • January 28, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Russia's economic dependence on declining oil revenues has prompted calls to diversify into other industries, but the first step to economic stability is diversification within the oil industry.

  • Russia - Ukraine Gas Dispute: What Next?

    Russia - Ukraine Gas Dispute: What Next?
    • December 30, 2008 —  Washington, D.C.

    Russia has threatened to cut gas supplies to Ukraine on January 1st if a $2 billion gas debt is not resolved, and both countries stand to lose if they fail to reach a settlement in time. Carnegie experts in Washington and Moscow discuss the implications of the dispute for regional stability, European energy security, and Russia’s relations with the West.

  • The North Caucasus Today: The View on the Ground and from Moscow

    The North Caucasus Today: The View on the Ground and from Moscow
    • November 21, 2008 —  Washington, D.C.

    Although it is South Ossetia and Abkhazia that have been receiving most of the world’s attention this fall, Russia’s own north Caucasus region should not be ignored. In fact, Carnegie’s Alexey Malashenko predicts that this area of Russia is likely to experience serious turbulence in the coming year.

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