20 Years of Leading Analysis

Frozen Donbas?

Eurasia Outlook November 17, 2014

How has the situation in Ukraine changed after parliamentary elections on October 26 and separatist-held quasi-elections in Donbas on November 2?


West and Russia Now in Permanent Crisis

Global Times November 4, 2014

Ukraine is not a cause, but a symbol of the serious and deepening crisis between the United States and Russia.


Russia’s Great-Power Problem

National Interest October 28, 2014

Russia, while a truly independent player, is not an equal of the world’s high and mighty. Putin has a chance to elevate Russia. He should use his immense political capital to embark on the hard path of modern nation-building.


Is There an Answer for Syria?

New York Review of Books October 9, 2014

The rapid rise of the Islamic State means core assumptions driving policy on Syria must be rethought.


Engaging China in Nuclear Arms Control

Article October 9, 2014

In spite of all the difficulties, it appears possible to engage China gradually in the nuclear arms limitation process. However, not only Beijing but also the United States and Russia must revise their military policies.


Exploring the Prospects for Russian-Turkish Cooperation in a Turbulent Neighborhood

Paper September 28, 2014

A high-level working group on Russian-Turkish regional cooperation sketches out a forward-looking approach to tackling shared challenges.

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