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Struggle for Ukraine
6.12.2021
Tuning Out Putin on Ukraine is Easy – and Self-Defeating
Maxim Samorukov
Putin wants Biden to finally face up to an unpleasant dilemma. The message is simple: Washington needs to brace itself for its partner Ukraine to be soundly defeated militarily in what would be an especially humiliating re-run of recent events in Afghanistan. Or it can back down and reach a compromise with Moscow over Ukraine.
1.12.2021
Are Russia and Ukraine Once Again on the Brink of War?
Alexander Baunov
Russia’s military preparations and other actions signal that Moscow has recognized the danger of coexisting with a fortified area on its border, but doesn’t yet know what to do about it.
13.09.2021
Tough Talk Abroad Proves a Hit at Home for Ukraine’s Zelensky
Konstantin Skorkin
It’s unlikely that Zelensky seriously believed that his sharp rhetoric with Merkel and Biden would lead to the West accepting Ukraine into NATO or canceling Nord Stream 2. But his behavior strikes a chord with the public at home.
10.09.2021
How Russia Could Recalibrate Its Relationship With Ukraine
Dmitri Trenin
Despite the lessons of the last three decades, the importance of Ukraine for Russia is still greatly overstated. It’s time to carry out a long overdue reevaluation of that importance.
26.08.2021
In the Donbas, Russia’s Newest Citizens Prepare to Vote
Konstantin Skorkin
The Kremlin continues to view the breakaway republics as a buffer zone and Trojan horse inside a recalcitrant Ukraine, but allowing their inhabitants to take part in Russian domestic politics will help to score key propaganda points.
10.08.2021
Zelensky Wages War on Ukraine’s Oligarchs
Konstantin Skorkin
In the last two years, President Zelensky has managed to strengthen his personal power considerably. His battle against the influence of Ukraine’s oligarchs, therefore, may not be as hopeless as it might first seem.
29.06.2021
All Change: Donbas Republics Get New Russian Business Boss
Konstantin Skorkin
The self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk republics are moving on from the wild days of economic piracy to more orderly exploitation schemes. The prospects of reintegrating the region under the Minsk accords are growing more illusory.
26.05.2021
Donbas Escalation Has Given Zelensky a Boost—But for How Long?
Konstantin Skorkin
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky sees his growing popularity as proof that he chose the right course when he gave up trying to please all the disparate groups that voted for him in 2019. He is likely to continue his anti-Russian rhetoric and sanctions against domestic enemies.
21.04.2021
Ukraine, Russia, and United States Make Use of Donbas Tension
Alexander Baunov
Biden’s call to Putin confirmed that unchecked escalation is not part of the new U.S. administration’s plans. Tough rhetoric, preemptive escalation, and the announcement of new sanctions were necessary for Biden to start the inevitable conversation with Russia.
13.04.2021
Russia-Ukraine War Alert: What’s Behind It and What Lies Ahead?
Dmitri Trenin
Perhaps the most important thing for the Russian leadership in this episode was to prevent the need to actually go to war against Ukraine in the future. Going overkill in terms of military maneuvers on the Ukrainian border now may avoid the need to do terrible things at a later point.
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