9/3 Weekly Roundup

Dear Readers,

Enjoy our latest edition of the Weekly Roundup, a collection of must-read articles on U.S.-Russian relations and the broader Eurasia region compiled at The Elicitor each week. Read our most recent essay publication written by Guest Contributor Julian G. Waller on the implications of the upcoming Duma elections for Putin’s regime. Explore media as well for a sendoff to Uzbek dictator Islam Karimov, featuring his pop-singing daughter and impressive parkour across Tashkent. 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! 

Reforming Ukraine After the Revolutions” by Joshua Yaffa (The New Yorker, 5 September 2016)

Russia underperforms at pivoting” by Pavel Baev (PONARS Eurasia, 2 September 2016)

Putin Meets England’s Golden Youth” by yalensis (Awful Avalanche, 2 September 2016)

Has life in another star system contacted Russia?” by Aram Ter-Ghazaryan (Russia Beyond The Headlines, 2 September 2016)

Heirless in Tashkent: How Autocratic Regimes Manage a Succession” by Alexander Baunov (Carnegie Moscow Center, 1 September 2016)

The Arizona Election Hack Story Is An Embarrassment To Everyone Involved” by Jeffrey Carr (Medium, 31 August 2016)

The Tin God Behind the Iron Curtain: Observing the State in Russia’s Far East” by David Ramseur (Kennan Institute, 31 August 2016)

Russia: A Reading Guide” (Center on Global Interests, 30 August 2016)

What Russia can expect at the G20 Summit in China” by Anton Tamarovich (Russia Direct, 30 August 2016)

Russian Anti-Access and Area Denial (A2AD) Range” by Kathleen Weinberger (Institute for the Study of War, 29 August 2016)

Cordially,

Elisey and Peter

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One thought on “9/3 Weekly Roundup

  1. “Read our most recent essay publication written by Guest Contributor Julian G. Waller on the implications of the upcoming Duma elections for Putin’s regime.”

    “Regime”? Pray tell me, dear twin Elicitor – what makes you call Russian government a “Regime”, while not using the same term when talking about, say, any Western government?

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