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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2127
Bulletins - April 18, 2017
 

Political repression on the rise in Crimea;
A new way to expand Russia's citizenry

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2126
Bulletins - April 10, 2017
 

Medvedev's crooked dealings;
The Kremlin monkeys with election procedures

 
Terrorism In Russia: Why The Problem Is Set To Worsen
Articles - April 5, 2017
 

On Monday, the subway system of St. Petersburg, Russia's second city, was the site of a massive bomb blast that killed 14 commuters and wounded more than 50 others. (A second, unexploded device was subsequently found and defused by authorities.) The attack marked the most significant terrorist incident to hit the Russian Federation since December of 2013, when a female suicide bomber blew herself up in the main train station of the southern Russian city of Volgograd ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics in nearby Sochi. 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2124
Bulletins - March 27, 2017
 

Recognition for Ukraine's separatists;
Putin moves to protect believers

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2123
Bulletins - March 17, 2017
 

The Duma rides to Putin's defense;
Second thoughts about Trump in Moscow

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2122
Bulletins - March 13, 2017
 

Navalny's moment of truth;
Media watchdog takes aim at foreign ownership

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2121
Bulletins - March 6, 2017
 

The high cost of being a Kremlin critic;
Russia turns up the heat on Belarus

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 173
Bulletins - March 3, 2017
 

A political dark horse rises;
A route to regional energy dominance;
The debate over IRGC designation...;
...and movement toward an anti-Iranian bloc;
That enduring Russo-Iranian alliance

 
Dezinformatsiya 2.0: Russia Heats Up Its Infowar With The West
Articles - March 3, 2017
 

When it comes to Russian propaganda, we haven't seen anything yet. 

Over the past several months, Americans have become acutely aware of a phenomenon that Europeans were already all too familiar with: the pervasive, corrosive nature of Russian propaganda. Russia's purported attempts to meddle in the U.S. presidential election remain a major topic of national debate - one that could, even now, lead to fresh Congressional investigations and a political showdown between Capitol Hill and the new White House. 

 
Resource Security Watch - No. 1
Bulletins - March 1, 2017
 

China makes plans to lead the renewable energy market;
The decline of Central Asia's "Water Tower";
Changing rainfall patterns and water security in India;
The security impact of overfishing in Africa
Mongolia's urban blight