Russia and Eurasia
Russia—the world's largest country in land area—is both a nuclear and energy power and thus remains one of the most important players in geopolitics. Arms control deals between Moscow and Washington plus Russia's oil and gas reserves place it at the nexus of some of the most pressing issues of our times. Although Vladimir Putin has again been sworn in as president, the protests against his election and the Kremlin continue, and questions remain about how he will handle these challenges.
Cormorants rest on poles in Bals-Fiord, north of the Arctic Circle, near the village of Mestervik in northern Norway (REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis).
Getting colder: Cooperating with Russia in the Arctic
February 27, 2015, Pavel K. Baev
The disruptive effects of the Ukraine crisis are being felt even in the realm of Arctic cooperation. Pavel Baev looks at the challenges that a resurgent Russia presents to governance in the high north.
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Russia and Eurasia
Opinion | Reuters
February 26, 2015, Fiona Hill
February 25, 2015
February 24, 2015, Tim Boersma
February 24, 2015, Thomas Wright
Interview | Украинская правда (Ukrainska Pravda)
February 24, 2015, Lilia Shevtsova
Opinion | The National Interest
February 24, 2015, Fiona Hill
February 23, 2015, Jennifer Potvin
Interview | Die Tageszeitung
February 21, 2015, Constanze Stelzenmüller
Interview | MSNBC's The Cycle
February 20, 2015, Clifford G. Gaddy
February 19, 2015, Robert Kagan
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Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe, Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence
President, The Brookings Institution
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe
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