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European studies

Russia Is Worried About Challenges in the Caucasus

The first two weeks of 2022 have been eventful and consequential ones for Russia and its neighbors. Last week, Russia sent…

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Military studies

Russia and China are Already Winning the Nuclear Arms Race

The United States has experienced a nearly unbroken string of catastrophic intelligence failures in the last eighty years. The Japanese…

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Military studies

America Cannot Take On China And Russia Simultaneously

In a previous article, “Russia and China are Already Winning the Nuclear Arms Race,” I discussed the dangers to U.S.…

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Military studies

Why Ukraine’s Fight Against Corruption Scares Russia

Building democracy is not an easy task. Doing so while defending against the aggression of a neighboring country makes the…

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Asian studies

Modi’s Delicate Balancing Act

As dusk fell on Monday in a chilly New Delhi, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin…

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European studies

Institutional Reform and Discourse on Democracy in Russia

Abstract   This study examines the effects of ideas on the process of institutional reform, with a particular focus on…

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European studies

What Russia Really Wants in the Balkans

The legendary Bosnian journalist Boro Kontic said recently that Bosnia and Herzegovina feels like a decades-long Groundhog Day: Agreements are being signed, institutions…

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European studies

Russia Won’t Let Ukraine Go Without a Fight

Ominous signs indicate that Russia may conduct a military offensive in Ukraine as early as the coming winter. Moscow has…

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European studies

Moscow’s military buildup is raising eyebrows in Washington

By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow in the New American Engagement Initiative at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and…

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