8/19 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 and reflection publications written by Co-Founder Elisey Boguslavskiy and Guest Contributor Matt Fontana on NATO-Russia relations and great power conflict respectively. Explore media as well for a collection of dark political cartoons by the talented Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski. We encourage you to share this newsletter with family, friends, and colleagues, subscribe to the Weekly Roundup, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. Thanks for reading and enjoy!

There will be no ‘reset’ with Russia” by Angela Stent (The Washington Post, 18 August 2016)

The Last Days of Stalin by Joshua Rubenstein review” by Sheila Fitzpatrick (The Guardian, 18 August 2016)

Autumn Is Coming. Russian VKS in Iran” by Ruslan Mamedov (Russian International Affairs Council, 17 August 2016)

The Russian-Turkish Fling: Off Again on Again” by Henri J. Barkey (The American Interest, 17 August 2016)

PokeMaidan, or, How to Start a Moral Panic in Russia” by Eliot Borenstein (NYU Jordan Center, 17 August 2016)

Russia Resilient, But Just Barely” by Kenneth Rapoza (Forbes, 15 August 2016)

Russia’s Other Pipeline: Migration and Radicalization in the North Caucasus” by Denis Sokolov (Kennan Institute, 15 August 2016)

Michael Weiss, the Neocon’s Neocon” by Anatoly Karlin (The Unz Review, 15 August 2016)

Why Putin Fired His Chief of Staff and Longtime Ally” by Mikhail Fishman and Daria Litvinova (The Moscow Times, 12 August 2016)

Hopes for Arctic Shipping Cool Amid Other Interests” by Maeve Allsup (International Trade Daily, 12 August 2016)


Elisey and Peter


Photo Source: Russia Insider


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