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Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Repercussions for Moldova and the South Caucasus

June 16, 2014 06:00 AM

The Jamestown Foundation invites you to attend a conference exploring the profound effect the Russia-Ukraine conflict has had on Moldova and the South Caucasus. Our panelists will examine current...


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Russian Military Presence Enforces Division of Ukraine’s Donbas

October 1, 2014

The armistice, slowly taking hold in Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk provinces (collectively known as the Donbas region), basically consigns parts of those territories to Russia’s military and political control, both directly and...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Vlad’s Corner, Home Page, Domestic/Social, Military/Security, Foreign Policy, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

Is Moscow Preparing to Annex South Ossetia After Crimea?

September 26, 2014

The situation in Ukraine continues to quickly evolve, and the Russian annexation of Crimea has already mostly faded away from the 24-hour news cycle. Additionally, Western leaders are now hinting that at least some of the...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Featured, Domestic/Social, Foreign Policy, The Caucasus, Georgia, South Caucasus , Russia

Political Implications of the Russia (‘Donetsk/Luhansk’)–Ukraine Armistice

September 24, 2014

The shape of any political settlement will depend on whether Russian troops and paramilitary personnel with their weaponry are evacuated from what is legally Ukraine’s territory, or remain deployed there. Point 9 of the September...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Vlad’s Corner, Home Page, Featured, Domestic/Social, Foreign Policy, Military/Security, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

Armistice Opens Way to Russian Partition of Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk Provinces

September 24, 2014

On September 20 in Minsk, negotiators from Ukraine, Russia, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)—which together constitute the Tripartite Contact Group—as well as the Russia-installed Donetsk and Luhansk...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Vlad’s Corner, Home Page, Foreign Policy, Military/Security, Domestic/Social, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

The Pause in the Ukraine War Is Not Putin’s Victory

September 15, 2014

The tragic battles around Donetsk and Luhansk (collectively known as the Donbas region) have taken a pause, and as civilians try to rebuild a semblance of normal life, leaders are figuring out how to now move forward. In his...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Domestic/Social, Foreign Policy, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

Ukraine May Harm Itself by Slapping Sanctions on Russia

September 12, 2014

On September 10, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed into law a bill on sanctions against Russia (president.gov.ua, September 10). The law was published in official newspapers on September 11, which gave Poroshenko legal...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Foreign Policy, Economics, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

The Rationale Behind Putin’s Visit to Mongolia Amid the Ukrainian Crisis

September 12, 2014

While on a several-day visit to the Russian Far East (see Jamestown Blog on Russia and Eurasia, September 9), Russian President Vladimir Putin spent less than six hours in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, on September 3. He took this trip...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Featured, Foreign Policy, Economics, Central Asia, Mongolia, Russia

Russia and China Set to Clash Over Kyrgyzstan’s Energy

September 11, 2014

On the eve of a new round of anti-Russian sanctions unveiled by the European Union on September 9, Gazprom’s CEO, Alexei Miller, kicked off a two-day visit to Kyrgyzstan. The head of the Russian natural gas giant and Vladimir...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Foreign Policy, Energy, Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan, Russia

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