European investors account for most of the demand for Gazprom's oversubscribed $927 million bond, in spite of British measures against Russia over its alleged role in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal. This and more in the latest Russia in Review.
The annexation of Crimea in 2014 signaled a new phase of Russian foreign policy, characterized by risk taking, neglect of exit strategies, outsourcing and saber rattling. But can the success of these tactics last?
David Filipov, Kevin Doyle and Natasha Yefimova-TrillingMarch 10, 2018
Americans’ opinions about allegations of “Russiagate” are often split along party lines—in part because the publicly available evidence has come in forms that leave room for doubt. Here we try to present it as systematically as possible.
Despite Tensions With UK, Russia Profits from European Demand for Gazprom Bond
March 16, 2018
Putin's Pivot: 4 New Features of Russian Foreign Policy
March 14, 2018
Russia and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Laying Out the Publicly Available Evidence
March 10, 2018
Unintended Escalation: 5 Lessons From Israel for the Russia-NATO Standoff
Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky
For the past few years, Western planners have been girding for Russian aggression. Ironically, this has raised the likelihood of an unplanned war. Israel has fought such wars and has important lessons to offer the U.S. and Russia.
Debate: Can Russia Be a Viable Counterterrorism Partner for the United States?
Some of the most crucial questions related to U.S policies toward Russia have no easy answers and deserve to be debated by knowledgeable experts. Here are two articles trying to answer one such question.
US Approach to Russia in New Nuclear Posture Review Risks Boosting Chances of Conflict
Instead of using trusted tools to manage our countries’ high-risk frictions, the new NPR seems to pursue the one thing that failed to make America and its allies safer in the Cold War: a nuclear arms race.
US-Russia-Turkey Dynamics in Syria After ‘Olive Branch’: One Door Closes, Another Opens
Ankara’s Afrin offensive has exposed Moscow’s vulnerabilities in Syria and hurt Russia’s chances for casting itself as the lead player in clinching a peace deal. But it also opens a new door for tactical U.S.-Russian cooperation to keep the peace in ...
When Does Russia See Red? Foreign Minister Lavrov on Red Lines
Russia’s top diplomat has named some of Moscow’s red lines. These, the author argues, were shaped in large part by the color revolutions of the early 2000s and their effect on Putin’s perception of relations with the West.