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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1940
Bulletins - November 27, 2014
 

Narrowed horizons for nuclear, space cooperation;
Russia's soldiers versus Putin's Ukraine policy

 

 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1938
Bulletins - November 19, 2014
 

How Russian hackers compromised U.S. critical infrastructure;
One, two, many Putins

 

 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1937
Bulletins - November 18, 2014
 

Europe stays the course on Russia sanctions;
Is Russia the key to a nuclear deal with Iran?

 

 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1936
Bulletins - November 17, 2014
 

Ukraine votes for the West;
Moscow moves against Islamic State sympathizers

 

 

 
Clock Is Ticking To Arm Ukraine
Articles - November 17, 2014
 

Welcome to the Ukraine war, round two. In recent days, European observers, NATO forces and media outlets have all reported what amounts to a massive influx of Russian war material and personnel into Ukraine — a development that has fanned fears of a fresh cycle of violence between Moscow and Kiev. The news is a timely reminder that the conflict precipitated earlier this year by Russia's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula and subsequent efforts at subversion in eastern and southern Ukraine is, in fact, far from over. 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1935
Bulletins - November 11, 2014
 

Still more economic turbulence... and mounting protectionism;

Sino-Russian collaboration in cyberspace
 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1934
Bulletins - November 4, 2014
 

 

Greater cybersecurity for Russia's strategic arsenal;
Ukraine-related economic woes persist

 

 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1933
Bulletins - November 3, 2014
 

Dusting off Dzerzhinsky;
Friendship with China, adversarialism with Japan

 

 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1932
Bulletins - October 29, 2014
 
Putin: Russia's Hercules;
Tactical nukes to Crimea
 
Double Talk And Double Standards
Articles - October 29, 2014
 

Recently, Human Rights Watch reported that both sides in the war on Ukraine had employed cluster bombs. The story, however, quickly received a curious spin. In an article for the New York Times, Andrew Roth headlined that Ukraine alone had employed these weapons.