Lauren Zabierek, Christie Lawrence, Miles Neumann and Pavel Sharikov June 10, 2021
Strategic thinkers in both countries have raised the idea of cyber “rules of the road.” This exploratory paper considers whether such an agreement is feasible, comparing American and Russian perspectives.
Survey: Experts Weigh In With Expectations for Biden-Putin Summit
June 15, 2021
Russia’s Impact on US National Interests: 5 Primers
June 14, 2021
US-Russian Contention in Cyberspace: Are Rules of the Road Necessary or Possible?
June 10, 2021
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Poll Indicates Almost Half of Young Russians Ready to Move Abroad for Good
The number of Russians considering relocating abroad has hit recent highs the likes of which haven't been seen in a decade, according to a new Levada Center poll.
At the Putin-Biden summit, both sides will likely be looking for low-hanging fruits—issues they can easily agree upon that stand to advance U.S. and Russian interests with minimal concessions. In our latest exclusive, Simon Saradzhyan considers low-h...
Macron’s Dialogue With Russia: A French Attempt to Fix the European Security Architecture
While Macron has attempted to shape Europe’s strategic autonomy in the management of its eastern neighborhood, lack of support from the EU has impeded the success of this policy, as has Russian behavior throughout 2020.
Displaced Conflict: Russia’s Qualified Success in Combatting Insurgency
Mark Youngman and Cerwyn Moore
In both Syria and the North Caucasus, Russia claims success in fighting insurgency and terrorism. Closer examination, however, shows this “success” carries major caveats and is more illusory than it first appears.
Russians Largely Blame US, NATO Allies for Escalation of Tensions Near Ukraine
Almost half of Russians blame the U.S. and its NATO allies for the escalation of tensions in eastern Ukraine, according to the results of a poll released April 29 by Russia’s leading independent pollster, the Levada Center.
US SolarWinds Response Unlikely to Change Russia’s Behavior, Highlights Need for Improved Cyber Defense
However powerful our offensive cyber capability is, it has deterred neither China’s sustained campaign to erode our advantages nor Russia’s asymmetric use of low-cost tools to extract high-value intelligence, propaganda and political advantage.