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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1779
Bulletins - May 17, 2012
 

Kremlin targets social vices with new taxes;

USTR takes aim at Russian intellectual property threat
 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1777
Bulletins - April 30, 2012
 

An unlikely champion for Russia's opposition;

Kremlin jitters over post-Coalition Afghanistan
 
Missile Defense Briefing Report - No. 297
Bulletins - April 30, 2012
 

A step backward for North Korea; Potential Asian missile shield irks China...; ...As Seoul flirts with participation; Russian missiles in Kaliningrad?

 
Bold action in Syria now will save U.S. tons of grief in the Mideast later
Articles - April 26, 2012
 

As Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad continues his slaughter, the issue is not whether more forceful U.S. action to stop him is risk-free.


Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/04/26/146829/bold-action-in-syria-now-will.html#storylink=cpy
 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 119
Bulletins - April 25, 2012
 

Iran combats mounting sanctions with cash payouts...; ...But domestic discontent continues to deepen; Iran ramps up its war on drugs; After the coalition, Iraqi insurgents focus on Iran; Iranian regime seeks help censoring the internet

 
Courting 'financial pariah' status
Articles - April 13, 2012
 

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) was established by the G7 in 1989 to combat money laundering and terrorism finance.

Being on the FATF "high-risk" country list may not sound terrible but, in some circles, it is akin to being labelled a financial pariah.

 
How Moscow Is Helping To Solve The Iran Problem
Articles - April 12, 2012
 

Though news reports generally give a very different impression, Russia is actually playing a constructive role in dealing with the multifaceted issue of Iran's nuclear program. One hint came last month, when Russia's second-largest financial institution closed the accounts of Iran's embassy in Moscow. While given little attention by the media on either side of the Atlantic, this move signals the Kremlin's willingness to confront Iran on its march toward nuclearization.

 
Dim Prospects For Diplomacy With Iran
Articles - April 12, 2012
 

Tomorrow, the United States and its fellow members of the “P5+1” (Russia, China, France, England and Germany) will sit down once again with Iran for what has been billed as the Islamic Republic’s “last chance” to come to terms with the West regarding its nuclear ambitions. The likely outcome of those talks, however, is already within view—and it is far from encouraging.

 
A Crack In Europe’s Consensus On Iran
Articles - April 8, 2012
 

Since the start of the year, mounting concern over Iran's nuclear ambitions has translated into a serious economic offensive on the part of the European Union. Back in January, the European Commission voted on a series of punitive economic measures against Iran, chief among them a pledge by member states to cease imports of oil from the Islamic Republic by mid-summer.

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 255
Bulletins - March 9, 2012
 

 Saudi-Iraq embrace; Tajikistan feeling social media heat; Rare protest victory in Azerbaijan; Finding common ground on Iran