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Section: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (USA)

      After Ukraine, Is Kazakhstan Next in the Kremlin’s Sights?
      Aug10

      After Ukraine, Is Kazakhstan Next in the Kremlin’s Sights?

      A social media post by former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev warning that northern Kazakhstan could be next in line after Ukraine was quickly taken down, but it reflects the mindset of Russian hawks and is entirely in keeping with Russian political dialogue, where few taboos remain. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for...

      War in Ukraine Has Sparked a New Race to Succeed Putin
      Aug04

      War in Ukraine Has Sparked a New Race to Succeed Putin

      Would-be candidates to take over from Putin are currently employing one of two opposing strategies: loud gestures or deafening silence. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Transdniestria, Moldova, and Russia’s War in Ukraine
      Aug02

      Transdniestria, Moldova, and Russia’s War in Ukraine

      Russia has raised the prospect of using Transdniestria to open a second front against Ukraine and to pressure Moldova. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Traitors in the Ranks: Zelensky Purges Ukraine’s Security Services
      Jul28

      Traitors in the Ranks: Zelensky Purges Ukraine’s Security Services

      Zelensky is determined to get the siloviki under the political control of his administration, regardless of any accusations that he is usurping power. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      What Are the Kremlin’s Calculations in Its Gas War With Europe?
      Jul27

      What Are the Kremlin’s Calculations in Its Gas War With Europe?

      In Russia’s strategic calculus, that means European governments must either face a severe economic and political crisis at home, or call a truce in their confrontation with Moscow, accommodating some of the Kremlin’s political demands on Ukraine, and lifting sanctions. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      What’s in the Ukraine Grain Deal for Russia?
      Jul26

      What’s in the Ukraine Grain Deal for Russia?

      The easing in sanctions that Moscow obtained as an informal part of the Ukraine grain deal will enable it to address some critical vulnerabilities in Russia’s own food security, as well as to take advantage of the current high prices on the global market and ensure that agricultural holdings with ties to the Kremlin expand their export...

      What Are the Kremlin’s Plans for Occupied Southern Ukraine?
      Jul26

      What Are the Kremlin’s Plans for Occupied Southern Ukraine?

      The occupying authorities are trying to integrate the region with Russia as quickly as possible, and to create the illusion that Ukraine has abandoned its own people while Russia, on the contrary, is helping them. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      What the Chinese Army Is Learning From Russia’s Ukraine War
      Jul21

      What the Chinese Army Is Learning From Russia’s Ukraine War

      A retired Army lieutenant general discusses why a tenant of PLA modernization has been validated by the conflict-but is also paradoxical. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Europe’s Continued Commitment to Ukraine Hinges on Germany
      Jul19

      Europe’s Continued Commitment to Ukraine Hinges on Germany

      The EU’s unity on Ukraine could unravel as energy prices soar and Germany continues to buy Russian gas. Berlin’s strategic and leadership is urgently needed.* …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

      Why It’s Crucial That the G7 and NATO Summits Are Back-to-Back
      Jun28

      Why It’s Crucial That the G7 and NATO Summits Are Back-to-Back

      There’s far more at stake than the security consequences of Russia’s war in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...