In Depth: Russian

17 Nov 2017
14 Nov 2017

Twitter to Store Russian National User Data in Moscow

The Telegraph. England. 11:08 AM EST
5 Oct 2017

The Serpentine Trajectory of Turkish-Russian Relations

Brookings Institution. United States. 12:11 PM EDT
29 Sep 2017

Ex-German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder 'Joins Russian Oil Giant's Board'

Belfast Telegraph. Northern Ireland. 10:27 AM EDT

US to Limit Russian Military Flights Over American Territory

The Daily Beast. United States. 11:29 AM EDT

Russian, Pakistani Forces Launch Joint Exercise In North Caucasus

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. United States. 11:27 AM EDT
22 Sep 2017

How Germany's Russian Minority Could Boost Far Right

The Guardian. England. 11:20 AM EDT
21 Sep 2017
19 Sep 2017
14 Sep 2017

Opposition Surprises with Gains in Moscow’s Local Elections

It was not all pretty and the base line was modest, but opposition candidates increased their representation on local councils by over 1,000% in Moscow’s recent election. How will Putin and his cronies react?
7 Sep 2017

Germany Prepares for Possible Russian Election Meddling

Spiegel Online. Germany. 12:14 PM EDT
23 Aug 2017

Denying the Kremlin a Monopoly on the Airwaves

Latvia and Estonia's broadcast efforts to reach and continue to integrate Russian minorities into the mainstream is a security imperative as learned in Crimea and Donbas.
10 Aug 2017

ANALYSIS. Gazprom and China’s ‘Breakthrough’ in the Russian Arctic

Nadezhda Filimonova. The Diplomat. Japan. 02:46 PM EDT
8 Aug 2017
7 Aug 2017

Enforcing the Travel Ban on Putin’s Deputy PM

Western democracies must stay firm enforcing sanctions that target violators of international norms such as Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin who continues to try to circumvent them.
3 Aug 2017

VP Pence: US 'Stands With Georgia' Against Russian Aggression

United States. OFFICIAL REMARKS. 12:24 PM EDT
27 Jul 2017
25 Jul 2017

Ukraine President Calls for an End to Russian Agrression

Deutsche Welle. Germany. 02:26 PM EDT

As the Kremlin Tightens the Screws, It Invites Popular Revolt

The Kremlin often accuses the opposition of plotting a “Maidan” uprising, but if anyone is responsible for fomenting rebellion it’s the Kremlin’s relentless efforts to undermine free and fair elections.
14 Jul 2017

Russian Lawyer’s ‘Trump Mission' was to Dump Magnitsky Act

One can debate whether Natalia Veselnitskaya’s meeting with Trump campaign executives was collusion. But it is irrefutable that it was consistent with the Kremlin’s goal to end the Magnitsky Act.