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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2171
Bulletins - December 7, 2017
 

A new nuclear disaster?;
Ceding the initiative on Syria

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2170
Bulletins - December 6, 2017
 

Those other "foreign fighters";
The secret of Putin's success: Russia's "genetic code"

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2169
Bulletins - December 5, 2017
 

Shaping Syria's political future;
Kremlin outrage over Twitter ban

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2168
Bulletins - December 4, 2017
 

Securing the Kerch Strait;
More freedom of action against "undesirable" organizations

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2167
Bulletins - December 1, 2017
 

Syria's plight, Russia's profit;
Sobchak makes a splash

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2166
Bulletins - November 28, 2017
 

Russia's media blacklist takes shape;
Another presidential contender rises... maybe

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2165
Bulletins - November 27, 2017
 

The start of a Russo-American media war?;
The Kremlin versus crypto-currencies

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2164
Bulletins - November 10, 2017
 

Russian hackers target NATO;
Moscow takes aim at American media

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2163
Bulletins - November 8, 2017
 

No justice for soldiers' families;
How Russia sells its Syria engagement

 
The Russian War On Terror
Articles - November 3, 2017
 

Which country ranks as the largest source of foreign fighters for the Islamic State's "caliphate" in Syria and Iraq?

That dubious distinction doesn't belong to a Middle Eastern state, despite the fact that countries such as Saudi Arabia have historically been major contributors of radicals to the Islamic State's ranks. Nor is it a North African nation, even though Tunisia had previously served as the preeminent supplier of fighters for the Syrian front.