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Kremlin Strategy Doesn’t Need Winners, Just Players
Sometimes playing is more important than winning.
In Libya, One of Putin’s Many Bets Is in Play
The Kremlin doesn’t have the luxury of choosing allies: It has to go with adventurers and risk-takers.
Putin Can't Get Europe's Nationalists to Bite
Russian money is too toxic even for Europe's far right.
The Highlights of Putin’s Federal Assembly Address
Putin gave a speech to 2,000 senior government officials on Wednesday.
Tit for tat
Russia's Lavrov Calls UK's Williamson 'Minister of War'
Earlier, Gavin Williamson accused Moscow of "trying to goad the West" in a bellicose speech.
The Putin Touch in Venezuela
The Kremlin knows how to create conflicts and is never in a hurry to end them.
Venezuela: A Dead End for Russia?
Russian economic and geopolitical interests in Venezuela are at a crossroads.
Escaping the Kremlin’s Embrace: Why Serbia Has Tired of Russian Support
To an outside observer, Russia’s passive sabotage of the Kosovo conflict resolution looks like all-out support of Serbia.
Russian Diamond Giant Alrosa Is Returning to Zimbabwe
Alrosa will develop new mining operations in the country with the support of the government.
Central African Republic Open to Russian Military Base
The Central African Republic does not rule out the deployment of Russian military bases, the country's defense minister has said.
Russia Supports Political Role for Qaddafi's Son in Libya
Russia last year switched its strategy in Libya away from solely backing Khalifa Haftar.
Foreign Policy Experts Map Russia’s Grand Designs for 2019.
Here's what Russia has in store for the world.
The Glass Is Half Full
We should fully reject the concept of Western, or liberal, universalism in favor of developmental pluralism.
'Russia Is Being Used As a Meme in U.S. Politics' — An Interview With Fyodor Lukyanov
‘The demonization of Putin will make it difficult to improve ties between Russia and the West’.
Russia Won't 'Beg' for Meeting With Trump, Kremlin Aide Says
President Vladimir Putin still wants to have talks with U.S. counterpart Donald Trump but will not "beg" for meeting.
Alexander Gabuev for Carnegie
What Does the Kremlin Want Out of the G20 Summit?
Alexander Gabuev provides insight into Kremlin’s game plan.
U.S. Warns Russia Against Assad Hit With Chemical Arms — Report
“We caution Washington against another military escapade,” was the response from Moscow.
Russia Allocates $10M to Restore Cuban Capitol’s Golden Dome
Work continues on restoring the southern part of the Capitol by November 2019, when Havana will celebrate the 500th anniversary of its founding.
Russia Must Show Caution Now That It Has Publicly Sided With Trump (Op-ed)
Having publicly entered internal U.S. politics, Russia must be prepared for unpleasant surprises.
Russia Pundits Question Putin’s Helsinki Wins
Analysts say Putin was the obvious victor from Monday’s summit but doubt the size of the trophy.
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