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Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2076
Bulletins - July 14, 2016
 

Russia's bridge to nowhere;
Playing fast and loose with New START

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2075
Bulletins - July 6, 2016
 

Russia's secret nuclear city;
New bases... and military mobilization

 

 
Ukraine's New Guard
Articles - July 6, 2016
 

You could say that Serhiy Kvit is a man on a mission. The soft-spoken 50-year-old former journalist may no longer be Ukraine's minister of education and science, having stepped down from that post back in April as part of a governmental reshuffle that accompanied the resignation of controversial Prime Minister Arsenii Yatsenyuk. But he nonetheless remains at the forefront of the fight for the intellectual future of his country. 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2074
Bulletins - July 5, 2016
 

How Russians see the world;
An escalation in Syria?

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1228
Bulletins - July 5, 2016
 

South Korean and Chinese fishermen clash;
Russia: no S-400s to China before 2018

 
Beware Russians Bearing Gifts
Articles - June 28, 2016
 

Slowly but surely, a strategic reorientation is underway in Israel. Earlier this month, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a high-profile state visit to Russia. The trip, Netanyahu's fourth in the past year, was a public sign of the rapidly expanding ties between Jerusalem and Moscow. 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2073
Bulletins - June 23, 2016
 

Europe goes wobbly on sanctions against Russia;
Moscow eyes the Baltics

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2072
Bulletins - June 17, 2016
 

Freedom for Savchenko;
The Kremlin's plan to control the Russian internet

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2071
Bulletins - June 14, 2016
 

Moscow seeks a stake in internet governance;
New penalties for insulting the national anthem
 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2070
Bulletins - June 13, 2016
 

What Russia learned in Syria;
Russia's schools get militarized