Publications By Category

Publications By Type


In-House Bulletins


Policy Papers

Publications Related to Ukraine

back to publications page

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1903
Bulletins - June 19, 2014
Bringing Crimea up to code;
Hamas seeks support in Moscow


Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1902
Bulletins - June 16, 2014

Humanitarian corridors for Ukraine, but not Syria;
ROSATOM’s bright future



Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1901
Bulletins - June 13, 2014

The end of Russian innocence;
Russian rockets, American dependence



Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1900
Bulletins - June 9, 2014

Jihad from Crimea?;
In Ukraine, new leadership - and new momentum toward the West



Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1899
Bulletins - June 3, 2014

Russia, China ink landmark gas deal;
New Russian space strategy looks beyond the U.S.



Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1898
Bulletins - May 28, 2014

Putin's handling of Ukraine plays well at home;
The Kremlin looks east



What Crimea Teaches Central Asia
Articles - May 27, 2014

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has called Russia’s invasion, occupation and annexation of the Crimean peninsula. along with its incitement of a civil war in Eastern Ukraine. a game-changer. One region where this description could possess particular resonance is Central Asia. All Central Asian governments have considerable reasons for alarm in the wake of Russia’s actions and the supine Western response. In this context, Vladimir Putin’s speech to the Duma of March 18, 2014 represented a landmine under the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all five Central Asian states with the threat of Russian military action should they somehow threaten the dignity and honor of Russians who are citizens in their states.

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1897
Bulletins - May 22, 2014


Expanding horizons for Russo-Iranian trade;
Germany and the European sanctions consensus



Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1893
Bulletins - May 12, 2014


More Russo-Iranian cooperation;
Russia versus the blogosphere



Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1892
Bulletins - May 6, 2014


Looking for Putin’s rubles;
New sanctions bite a bit harder