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Vladimir Putin

Tag Archives | Vladimir Putin

  • Australian Defence Force

    Australia’s Misguided Interests: When Wheezing Middle Powers Get it Wrong

  • Alexei Druzhinin/RIA Novosti

    Sanctions & the Dollar: A Fall From Grace?

  • Kremlin Photo

    Is Putin Dividing Europe with his Ban on European Goods?

  • Blandine Le Cain

    National Socialism is Alive in Europe

  • Reuters

    The Dangerous Skies: Aviation Responsibility in times of War

  • Youtube

    Ukraine, MH17, and the Charge of the Atlanticist Brigade

  • Reuters

    MH17 and Eastern Ukraine Presents Long-Term Costs for Putin and Russia

  • Pete Souza/White House

    Russia, the U.S., and Preservation of the Status Quo

  • Gage Skidmore; Eric Bridiers

    Could Huntsman beat Clinton on Foreign Policy in 2016?

  • DoD Photo

    How Crimea Pushed Romania and Poland Closer Together

  • 10 Downing Street

    G7 Summit Seals Putin’s Pyrrhic Victory?

  • Associated Press

    Marching On Moscow: Confused Strategies in Dealing with Russia

  • Kremlin Photo

    Power Plays: The Russian-Chinese Energy Deal

  • Is Putin Trying to Regain Control of Eastern Ukraine?

  • Wikimedia

    Mikhail Khodorkovsky warns Europe on Russia sanctions

  • Sebastian Derungs

    How to Rein in Putin

  • Kremlin Press Office

    EU - Russia: Managing Thy Neighbor

  • Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko. Minny Robot/Flickr

    The Case for Tymoshenko

  • Chuck Kennedy/White House

    Why Obama has Foreign Policy about Right

  • Anastasia Vlasova

    Ukraine, a Perversely “Good” War for the GRU

  • Liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker. Source: Bloomberg

    As the European Union Reconsiders Russian Natural Gas, Qatar Waits in the Wings

  • Maxim Dondyuk

    Has Putin Overplayed his Hand in Ukraine?

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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin. Norgler/Wikimedia

    Clausewitzian Perspectives on Russia’s Actions in Ukraine

  • Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister. Photo: Jean-Marc Ferre

    Legal Questions of Russia’s Intervention in Ukraine

  • A woman stands in front of a barricade outside a regional government building in Donetsk, in eastern Ukraine, April 20, 2014. Marko Djurica/Reuters

    Kiev to Launch Probe into Deadly Sloviansk Shooting

  • Ukraine's military

    Kiev Begins “Anti-Terrorist” Operations in the East

  • Russian troop carrier. Source: Kiev Post

    Shootout in Sloviansk: First Confirmed Death and Several Wounded

  • Ethnic Russian paramilitaries. But are they under Moscow's orders?

    Are Russian Troops Operating in Eastern Ukraine?

  • Putin is a statist who wants to safeguard a strong and great Russia. Photo: AFP

    How to Read Vladimir Putin

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  • President Barack Obama participates in a bilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Mexico, June 18, 2012. Pete Souza/White House

    Keep Your Friends Close, But Your Enemies Closer

  • "If at this moment it has been decided to invade the Ameer's territory, we are acting in pursuance of a policy which in its intention has been uniformly friendly to Afghanistan"

    Not a new Cold War

  • Vladimir Putin during a visit to Armenia. Source: Kremlin Press Office

    The Southern Caucasus within the Context of the Crimea Crisis

  • Russian soldier during the crisis in Crimea

    Mr. Putin’s Picnic in the Crimea

  • Russia has said the troops deployed along its border with Ukraine are taking part in military exercises

    NATO to Meet on Steps to Pressure Russia

  • Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Paris, France

    The West is Unlikely to Slap Meaningful Economic Sanctions on Russia

  • Would Russia find invading Ukraine easier than Crimea?

    What Would a Russian Invasion of Ukraine Look Like?

  • Former Bosnian Serb wartime Commander Ratko Mladic pictured with U.S. General Wesley Clark meeting in Banjaluka on August 27, 1994. Ranko Cukovic/Reuters

    The Bombs that Failed: NATO and Serbia, 15 Years On

  • President Barack Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk of Ukraine in the Oval Office, March 12, 2014. Pete Souza/White House

    Russia’s Takeover of Crimea Needs Careful Action

  • President Barack Obama talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron during a meeting of G7 leaders on March 24, in The Hague. Jerry Lampen/AP

    How China Benefits from the Ukraine Crisis

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