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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2120
Bulletins - March 1, 2017
 

Cyber spy scandal deepens;
Russia's ongoing population problems
 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2119
Bulletins - February 28, 2017
 

A cyber-shakeup in Moscow;
Ukraine's energy woes

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2118
Bulletins - February 22, 2017
 

The emptying of Crimea;
Moscow courts Moldova
 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2117
Bulletins - February 15, 2017
 

The dismal state of domestic rights... and labor;
For Russians, it's better to be feared 

 
Why Russia Won't Help Trump On Iran
Articles - February 10, 2017
 

By all appearances, the Donald Trump administration is preparing to attempt a historic reconciliation with Russia. In part, the strategy is aimed at driving a wedge into the long-running strategic partnership between Moscow and Tehran. With the proper incentives, the thinking goes, it might be possible to "flip" Russia. "There's daylight between Russia and Iran, for sure," one foreign official familiar with the White House's deliberations explained. "What's unclear is what [Russian President Vladimir] Putin would demand in return for weakening the alliance." 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2116
Bulletins - February 8, 2017
 

Russia's dying print media;
Relaxing penalties for domestic violence

 
How Trump Enables Democracy's Decline
Articles - February 8, 2017
 

President Donald Trump's unnerving failure to distinguish the free and democratic nation he leads from the autocratic and menacing Russia of strongman President Vladimir Putin has generated two notable sets of concerns - but the implications of Trump's rhetorical excesses expand far beyond current story lines. 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2115
Bulletins - February 7, 2017
 

Still more power to the FSB;
A double-edged sanctions sword
 

 
Trump's Ukraine Dilemma
Articles - February 6, 2017
 

What's behind the renewed fighting in Ukraine? Over the past week, the country's eastern Donbas region - which has been a hotbed of separatist activity since the start of military hostilities between Russia and Ukraine in early 2014 - has been rocked by new, and intense, clashes between the Ukrainian military and Russian-supported rebels. The violence has already ravaged Avdiivka, a Ukrainian town of some 20,000, and left international observers scrambling to re-impose some sort of ceasefire. The situation, in the words of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, is now "an emergency situation verging on a humanitarian disaster." 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2113
Bulletins - January 19, 2017
 

Russia's privatization shell game;
How Moscow undermines Western politics