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Is Putin to blame for the plunging rouble?
BBC

Is Putin to blame for the plunging rouble?

Vladimir Putin accused the US and EU of conspiring to weaken Russia at his end-of-year news conference on Thursday, but as the country's economy tanks he has nobody to blame but himself, argues Russia analyst Ben Judah. Russia blames the West. Not ... BBC, 11 hours ago
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BBC, 2 months ago
Miami Herald

As Russia's plan to split Ukraine fails, Moscow eager to merge Donbas back with Ukraine

Destroyed house in Donetsk. Photo : ZIK/EPA/UPG Russia has given up on trying to separate Donbas from Ukraine. Now Moscow wants Donbas to become part of Ukraine, Russia's Novaya gazeta says, citing its sources in Putin's administration and among ...
 ZIK1 week ago Kremlin trying to get DPR, LPR to accept autonomy in Ukraine 08.12.2014 16:26  UNIAN1 week ago Ukraine rebels: a disunited front run by warlords  Miami Herald1 month ago Will Putin Abandon Eastern Ukraine's Rebels?  ZNet1 month ago
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Redefining Democracy to Undermine Democracy

It is a testament to the power of the democratic idea that authoritarian leaders around the globe claim the mantle of democracy for forms of government that amount to legalized repression. Even as they heap disdain on the liberal order that prevails ...
 Freedom House1 week ago

The man who's keeping Putin awake at night

Now one of the leaders of the rebellion in eastern Ukraine has turned the Kremlin storyline on its head. Igor Girkin, a retired Russian special ops officer also known as Igor Strelkov or simply Strelok (Shooter), was the military commander of the ...
 Business World2 weeks ago : The man who's keeping Putin awake at night  Business World2 weeks ago
Japan Times

Should Putin fear rebel leader who 'pulled the trigger of war' in Ukraine?

LONDON The official Kremlin narrative on the war in eastern Ukraine is clear and simple: after seizing power in February, a Western-backed junta in Kiev sent neo-Nazi gangs — then tanks and warplanes — to stamp out peaceful protests by the ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago COLUMN-Should Putin fear the man who 'pulled the trigger of war' in Ukraine?  Reuters UK3 weeks ago Should Putin fear the man who pulled the trigger in Ukraine?  Frontier Post3 weeks ago Column — Should Putin Fear the Man Who 'Pulled the Trigger' in Ukraine?  Moscow Times3 weeks ago
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Carnegie Moscow Center

Abkhazia: Deeper With Russia

The Carnegie Middle East Center is a recognized source of informed policy research and analysis on the challenges of political and socioeconomic development, peace, and security in the Middle East and North Africa. Carnegie Europe aims to foster ...
 Carnegie Moscow Center4 weeks ago
Kavkaz-Center

Former American envoy to Moscow still spied on by KGB agents in America

During two years as ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul was constantly followed, harassed and demonized on state television. But though Mr. McFaul has left government service and returned home, the spying on him doesn't seem to have stopped, writes ...
 Kavkaz-Center1 month ago
Radio Free Europe

De Facto Abkhaz Leader Risks Being Hoist With His Own Petard

Just one month after his inauguration as de facto president of the breakaway Georgia region of Abkhazia, Raul Khajimba is facing a storm of protest against the new draft that Moscow submitted two weeks ago for discussion to the Abkhaz parliament. ...
 Radio Free Europe1 month ago

Myth and Reality—A Net Assessment of Russia's Hybrid Warfare Strategy Since the Start of 2014 (Part One)

:55 PM Age: 53 min Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Military/Security, Europe, Ukraine, Crimea, Russia (Source: gazeta.ru) Russian commentators noted the significance of President Vladimir Putin's mid-October decision to order ...
 Jamestown Foundation2 months ago
Moscow Times

Putin's Glamour Deemed Threat to National Security

Sobchak praised Russian it-girls for popularizing the country's image in fashion capitals and representing the best of modern Russian aesthetics. In2009, during his stint as prime minister, President Vladimir Putin flirted with being acolumnist ...
 Moscow Times2 months ago
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