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Analysis | May 17, 2022
Scholars and lawyers are warning the decision to confiscate frozen Russian foreign exchange reserves, while tempting, would be fraught with risk, legally questionable and could generate unintended consequences.
Analysis | May 16, 2022
The threat of a nuclear strike on Ukraine is being hotly discussed in the media and social networks. But there are reasons to be both skeptical and wary of this threat.
Analysis | May 13, 2022
Long-term, credible internal and external security is a precondition for a successful Marshall Plan in Ukraine, and the United States and its allies are incapable of providing it.
Digest | May 13, 2022
Analysis | May 12, 2022
Eleven weeks after the Feb. 24 invasion it is clear that Vladimir Putin’s initial plan has failed. What is less clear is what exactly went wrong and why.
Analysis | May 10, 2022
Underpinning Putin’s righteous battle for Russians in Ukraine is an organic vision of Russian nationhood defined by blood and cultural and spiritual traits rather than by political contract or choice.
Analysis | May 10, 2022
Evaluating Putin’s decision requires capturing what was known at the time, not what became evident later.
Event | May 12, 2022
Join FPRI to discuss the latest developments in the war in Ukraine with Rob Lee, Michael Kofman and moderator Aaron Stein.