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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2093
Bulletins - September 21, 2016
 

 Moscow, Ankara move closer;
Putin muzzles public opinion

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2092
Bulletins - September 14, 2016
 

 

Information dominance in the name of counterterrorism;
Kadyrov cleans house ahead of elections

 

 

 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2091
Bulletins - September 7, 2016
 

Moscow eyes the Middle East;
Military modernization above all
 

 
The Uncomfortable Alliance
Articles - September 6, 2016
 

Greater cooperation with Russia in the struggle to defeat the Islamic State terrorist group (ISIS) and other extremist elements in the Muslim World is now being urged by a number of prominent Americans. Russia and America both have a problem with Islamists, goes the argument, so we should work together to defeat the common enemy. 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2090
Bulletins - September 2, 2016
 

A Russian-built backdoor to U.S. intelligence?;
Russian planes, Iranian basing

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2089
Bulletins - August 30, 2016
 

Russian demography: still dismal;
The high cost of exposing Russia’s doping practices 

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 359
Bulletins - August 24, 2016
 

Mixed demography in the post-Soviet space;
A Turkish-Azeri entente?;
Central Asia's surveillance states;
Russia's new Silk Road;
Jerusalem, Astana tighten ties

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2088
Bulletins - August 22, 2016
 

Domestic violence in Russia gets a reprieve;
Putin's bridge to nowhere

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2087
Bulletins - August 18, 2016
 

New social media oversight... in the name of security;
Moscow's diplomatic cold war with Washington

 
Blowing Up America's Nuke Policy
Articles - August 16, 2016
 

President Barack Obama is considering making a "no first use" declaration regarding U.S. nuclear weapons. Under this framework, it would be the policy of the United States not to resort to using nuclear weapons in a potential crisis unless another country did first. This is widely seen as a legacy move in the final months of Obama's presidency, a way to cement his anti-nuclear reputation in history.