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Missile Defense Briefing Report - No. 258
Bulletins - June 12, 2009

Pyongyang makes the case for U.S. BMD; Curtains for KEI?; The growing ballistic missile threat; A new push to ban space weapons

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1634
Bulletins - June 8, 2009

Sweetening the pot for Pyongyang;
Are energy wars in Russia's future?

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1633
Bulletins - June 3, 2009

The Sino-Russian partnership hits a speed bump;
Kuril islands to remain a contested issue

China Reform Monitor - No. 764
Bulletins - June 2, 2009

Beijing praises U.S. action against Uighur separatists; DPP warming to better relations with the mainland

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1632
Bulletins - June 1, 2009

Serdyukov cleans house;
Russia's grim demographic future

China Reform Monitor - No. 763
Bulletins - May 29, 2009

China and India taking sides in Nepali political row; Chinese court cracks open door on intellectual property rights

A 'Reset' Is Not Enough
Articles - May 23, 2009

The Obama administration has offered to “reset” relations with Russia. But what is really needed is a change of operating system. A reset seeks to restore a previous relationship, which for former officials of the Clinton administration now back in office means the Yeltsin years. This will fail because Moscow views that period as emblematic of Russian weakness and exploitation by the West, and especially by the United States.

Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1631
Bulletins - May 22, 2009

Moscow-Baghdad ties on the mend;
Russians blame the Kremlin for economic malaise

Missile Defense Briefing Report - No. 257
Bulletins - May 18, 2009

Positive thinking in Poland; In Iran, playing offense...; ...while thinking defense; Iran's anti-NMD plan; Strategic Posture Commission offers modest vision of missile defense

China Reform Monitor - No. 761
Bulletins - May 18, 2009

China-Russia trade collapses in first quarter; Light shines on Beijing's plans for aircraft carrier fleet