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Event | September 13, 2019

PONARS Eurasia Annual Policy Conference 2019

Join PONARS Eurasia for an opportunity to discuss important policy issues with leading and up-and-coming scholars from North America, Russia, Europe and Eurasia.
Analysis | July 22, 2019

Kissinger on Russia: Insights and Recommendations

In a newly updated compilation of remarks—including excerpts from Winston Lord's 2019 book—the eminent U.S. statesman offers ways to reconcile America’s necessities with Russia’s concerns.
Analysis | July 19, 2019

Rival Parties Battle for Votes in Southeast Ukraine

The schism in the pro-Russia camp is preventing the return of the political model of two Ukraines, a model that is the perfect breeding ground for politicians who boost their ratings by fanning the flames of the interregional confrontation in the country.
Analysis | July 16, 2019

Why Underestimating Russia Can Backfire

In August 2014 then-President Barack Obama claimed in an interview with The Economist that “Russia doesn’t make anything.” Two years later, in December 2016, he added a disclaimer: Russia “doesn't produce anything that anybody wants to buy except oil and gas and arms,” he told reporters. The past week has proved that Obama was right to modify his claim. First, Russia began delivering parts of its S-400 missile defense system to NATO member Turkey, which the latter had purchased in a $2.5 billion deal. While a July 11 story in the Wall Street Journal said that the S-400 “on paper … outperforms the comparable U.S.-made Patriot system,” an earlier comparison ...