6/24 Weekly Roundup

Dear Readers,

Enjoy our latest installation of the Weekly Roundup, a collection of must-read articles on U.S.-Russian relations and the broader Eurasia region compiled at The Elicitor every Friday. Read our most recent essay publication written by Contributing Writer Pikria Saliashvili on the fragility of EU sanctions against the Russian elite. Also, check out our media page for a rundown of the most hilariously depressing Brexit memes. We encourage you to subscribe to the Weekly Roundup newsletter, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. Thanks for reading and enjoy!

U.S. Embassy reveals details of Nuland’s visit to Moscow” (Ukraine Today, 24 June 2016)

Contentious anti-terrorism bills passed by Russia’s State Duma” by Chloe Cranston (GPW, 24 June 2016)

Russia sanctions and magical thinking” by Frederik Wesslau (European Council on Foreign Relations, 23 June 2016)

The Expensive Pretzel Logic of Deterring Russia by Denial” by Michael Kofman (War on the Rocks, 23 June 2016)

В обход правил: нужен ли России частная армия?” by Василий Кашин (РБК, 23 June 2016)

Meet the new generation of Russian innovators” by Masha Borodacheva et al. (The Calvert Journal, 23 June 2016)

Russia and America: The World Is Big Enough for Both of Us” by Michael Mazarr (The National Interest, 22 June 2016)

Russian Foreign and Security Policy” by Alexey Arbatov (Carnegie Moscow Center, 21 June 2016)

Путин может не пойти на выборы” by Роза Цветкова and Николай Петров (Независимая газета, 21 June 2016)

The Price of Exclusion: Enlargement and the European Union’s Troubled Neighbors” by David Wemer (The Diplomatic Courier, 20 June 2016)

Georgia’s NATO, EU, and Russia Challenge” by Judy Dempsey (Carnegie Europe, 20 June 2016)

Russia’s ‘Little Green Fan’ Problem” by Mark Galeotti (In Moscow’s Shadows, 19 June 2016)

Isolating Russia isn’t working. The west needs a new approach” by Mary Dejevsky (The Guardian, 19 June 2016)

The Russian Guide to Brexit” by Ben Judah (The Moscow Times, 16 June 2016)

Back from the brink: Toward restraint and dialogue between Russia and the West” by Steven Pifer et al. (Deep Cuts Commission, June 2016)


Elisey and Peter

Source: Open Russia


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