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Analysis | Jun 30, 2022
A floundering Russia and reinvigorated NATO would cut against China's core security interests by giving Washington a stronger hand in its Thucydidian rivalry with Beijing.
Digest | Jun 30, 2022
Analysis | Jun 27, 2022
The alliance will likely emphasize resilience but also maintain its dual-track approach toward Russia, combining deterrence and defense with détente and dialogue.
Event | Jun 30, 2022
This conversation, hosted by the Middlebury Institute's Monterey Initiative in Russian Studies, is inspired by the argument put forward recently by Peter Slezkine that the Cold War idea of "the free world" maps inaccurately onto the current war in Ukraine. Slezkine will be joined by Anatol Lieven, Jeffrey Gedmin and moderator Michael Kimmage.
Event | Jun 28, 2022
This conversation, hosted by the Middlebury Institute's Monterey Initiative in Russian Studies, will take up the work of two leading English-language journalists, Joshua Yaffa (The New Yorker) and Anton Troianovski (The New York Times), both of whom are covering the war in Ukraine.
Event | Jul 06, 2022
This conversation with Foreign Affairs editor Daniel Kurtz-Phelan, hosted by the Middlebury Institute's Monterey Initiative in Russian Studies, will focus on the policy questions that have followed from the war in Ukraine.
Digest | Jun 24, 2022
Analysis | Jun 23, 2022
A presidential adviser representing Russia at talks with Ukraine once claimed that historical truth is spurious and one must believe in facts that are beneficial to Russia. Putin clearly agrees.
Analysis | Jun 23, 2022
The United States has pushed forward policies toward Ukraine that Putin and other Russian leaders see as an existential threat, a point they have made repeatedly for many years.