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Russian Foreign Policy

The Kremlin was quick to send military medical aid to Italy, Serbia, and the United States. The aim: getting sanctions lifted.

Crimea, Syria, Libya―Russia appears to go from success to success. In reality, however, the country’s power is declining. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin appears to …

Russia’s president has played a weak hand quite cleverly on the global stage, says Russia expert Angela Stent.

The Kremlin will continue to try and exploit political chaos and uncertainty arising from the Trump presidency. Europe needs to focus on strengthening NATO …

Europeans and Americans are failing to coordinate their Russia policies. At a time when the old world order is disappearing fast, their loss of …

With domestic politics in limbo, the Czech and Slovak governments are becoming more and more dependent on small extremist parties for support.

Russian foreign policy may seem to follow a clear strategy to restore the country’s position as a global superpower. In reality, it is merely …

Relations between the West and Russia are at their lowest point in more than thirty years. Change will only come with new leadership in the Kremlin.

Russia used social media to influence the German election, too.

The Kremlin is using atomic energy cooperation to coax and coerce.

Russia’s big energy projects make no economic sense, but they serve a political purpose.

Building resilience is the best way to counter Russian attempts to undermine Western democracy.

Russia’s president is more a product of the Russian political landscape than its architect.

The office of Marieluise Beck, a veteran Green member of the Bundestag and vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was hacked two years ago by the FSB. Then her party deselected her.