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Why the Armenian Spring Is Not Maidan 2.0
DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford
While the trajectory Armenia will take still remains unclear, Sargasyan's best hopes for survival depend on using limited repression and to deter an aggressive Russian response by emphasizing the domestic undercurrents of the current protests.
The Unintended Consequences of America's Foreign Policy
Partner at Gorlin Companies
The implications of America's empty threat of sanctions and false line drawing have not been lost on Russia or China. It appears that this is also the beginning of an era of decreased involvement of US on the world stage, especially in the East.
Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius: Russia Puts a Spoke in the EU's Wheel
Transatlantic Post-Doctoral Fellow for International Relations...
The turn of events brings to light two features of existing EU policy: the relative weakness of EU incentives and the continuing problems for countries in the post-Soviet space to evade Russia's influence.
Russia's Growing Economic Influence in Europe and Beyond
Covering an area more than five times that of the European Union (EU), if Russia has its way, the 'Eurasian Union' (EAU) will serve as a de facto bond between the nations of the former Soviet Union, and could come to rival Europe in terms of economic importance.
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