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Analysis | Jun 14, 2013
Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin must agree to move away from traditional doctrines of nuclear policy.
Analysis | Mar 01, 2012
Graham Allison considers what clues we can extract from successfully denuclearizing 14 post-Soviet states, and how those clues can inform our non-proliferation and nuclear security efforts in the future.
Analysis | Oct 30, 2011
Russia matters a great deal to a U.S. government seeking to defend and advance its national interests.
Post | Feb 13, 1984
A possibly rogue operation by Russian contract soldiers underscores the complexities and broader dangers of the multi-party, multi-proxy conflict in Syria.
Event | Nov 21, 2016
In December 1991, the leaders of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus signed the Belavezha Accords, paving the way for the peaceful dissolution of the USSR before the year's end. Twenty-five years later, two of the three leaders and the chief aide to Yeltsin who gathered in Belovezhskaya Pushcha will discuss the historic turning point.
Event | Oct 31, 2016
The Brookings Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative will host a discussion on nuclear arms control choices for the next administration. Following the discussion, the speakers will take questions from the audience.
A description of Russia Matters' founding partner and geographic home base, including its Russia-related research and initiatives.
Event | Nov 11, 2016
Columbia University's Harriman Institute is hosting U.S. and Russia-based scholars of international relations to examine the sources and consequences of growing confrontation between Russia and the West, discuss possible solutions going forward and provide an opportunity to learn from each other’s perspectives.
Event | Dec 01, 2016
This year, CSIS's annual conference on the top challenges facing U.S. and global security will focus on the foreign and security policy agenda for the next U.S. administration.
Event | Nov 17, 2016
This forum will discuss approaches for tackling the ongoing "Russia Challenge" from both sides of the Atlantic as the search for a principled and durable policy framework towards Russia continues amidst change in the U.S. and in Europe.