10/16 Weekly Roundup

Dear Readers,

Enjoy our latest installation of the Weekly Roundup, a collection of must-read articles on U.S.-Russian relations compiled at The Elicitor every Friday. Read our most recent essay publication written by The Elicitor Guest Contributor Matt Fontana who argues the rich diplomatic history of the United States and Russia may serve as a foundation for improvements in bilateral relations today. Also, check out our media page for an intense Russian Ministry of Defense video of missiles firing from the Caspian Sea into Syria. We appreciate the outpouring of support since the launch and encourage you to subscribe to the Weekly Roundup newsletter, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. Thanks for reading and enjoy!

Russia and Regime Security” (Russian Analytical Digest, 15 October 2015)

Russian Airstrikes in Syria Provoke Reactions From Rising Powers” (Rising Powers Initiative, 15 October 2015)

How to Conduct Open Source Research on the Russian Internet” by Aric Toler (Global Voices, 15 October 2015)

Ukraine’s Memory Palace: How Kiev Is Fighting Russia’s Misinformation Campaign” by Ilan Berman (Foreign Affairs, 13 October 2015)

Great Power Rivalry: Anti-Access and the Threat to the Liberal Order” by Iskander Rehman (WOTR, 13 October 2015)

Putin’s Syria Gambit Aims at Something Bigger Than Syria” by Dmitri Trenin (CEIP, 13 October 2015)

Russia’s quiet military revolution and what it means for Europe” by Gustav Gressel (ECFR, 12 October 2015)

Do Russians Support Putin’s War in Syria?” by Denis Volkov (CEIP, 12 October 2015)

Putin’s New American Fan Club?” by Cathy Young (The Daily Beast, 11 October 2015)

Russian Propaganda, Disinformation, and Estonia’s Experience” by Viljar Veebel (Foreign Policy Research Institute, October 2015)

Есть страны которы, в которых ищут тотальной победы, а не компромисса” by Данила Розaнов (Газета.ru, 19 July 2015)


Elisey and Peter


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