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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1642
Bulletins - August 11, 2009

Gazprom's master plan;
Sevastopol... and after

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1641
Bulletins - August 5, 2009

An ultimatum from Ukraine;
The politicization of the Patriarchy

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1640
Bulletins - July 22, 2009

A kinder, gentler NGO policy;
Moscow plans counterweight to NATO

Obama In Moscow - Perhaps A B-Minus?
Articles - July 16, 2009

President Obama has completed his first in-depth engagement with the Russian leadership during his Moscow visit. From an outsider's perspective, he gets a B-plus for substance but no better than a C on form. On balance, then, a B-minus. The new American administration's relations with Russia are a process, adjusting the policies of the previous Bush administration to its own goals. The main areas of change are three: treaty-based strategic nuclear arms control; Afghanistan; and a structure for other bilateralcooperation. This process began with the meeting of the two presidents in London. The Moscow summit represents progress on their first meeting in each area, but each is a shell waiting for real achievement. In each case, the serious work is still ahead.

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1639
Bulletins - July 7, 2009

Moscow, Minsk on the outs... over milk;
A new interest in Africa

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1638
Bulletins - July 2, 2009

A grim economic forecast;
A new tack toward the WTO

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1637
Bulletins - July 1, 2009

The North Caucasus tinderbox;
Moscow plans "unified defense space" in the Near Abroad

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1636
Bulletins - June 24, 2009

Reinforcing Russia's take on history;
Second thoughts in Abkhazia

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1635
Bulletins - June 16, 2009

Restarting START;
Second thoughts on Syria?

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1634
Bulletins - June 8, 2009

Sweetening the pot for Pyongyang;
Are energy wars in Russia's future?