Russia and Eurasia
Georgia, a former Soviet republic in the heart of the Caucasus region between Turkey and Russia, has aspirations to join NATO and other post-cold war structures of the transatlantic community. Brookings experts have examined the policy significance of these aspirations in the context of its conflict with Russia and important strategic position with an oil pipeline connecting the Caspian and Mediterranean seas.
Russian President Vladimir Putin takes part in a news conference at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow (REUTERS/Alexei Nikolskiy).
Russian Pattern of Aggression Seen in Ukraine
March 3, 2014, Fiona Hill
Fiona Hill examines the similarities between the 2008 Russia-Georgia war and Russia's recent incursion into Ukraine's Crimean peninsula.
December 23, 2013, Richard D. Kauzlarich
April 13, 2012
Opinion | TerraNullius
February 22, 2012, Elizabeth Ferris, Erin Mooney and Chareen Stark
February 21, 2012, Elizabeth Ferris, Erin Mooney and Chareen Stark
December 5, 2011
November 1, 2011
March 17, 2011
November 19, 2010
Paper | International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES)
November 2009, Andrew Solomon
Speech | United Nations General Assembly
October 26, 2009, Walter Kälin
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