9/24 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. Guest Contributor Julian G. Waller follows up with another essay on legislative elections in the post-Soviet space: the implications of two new opposition parliamentarians in Belarus. Also, please take a minute to sign a petition against the Sept. 5 decision to brand the Russian pollster Levada Center a ‘foreign agent.’ 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!

That brief U.S.-Russia strategic partnership 15 years ago? New interviews reveal why it derailed” by Andrew Kuchins (The Washington Post, 23 September 2016)

Russia: let’s improve Baltic air safety! NATO: No thanks, we’ll pass” by Danielle Ryan, 23 September 2016)

Clinton’s New Hard Line on Moscow” by Molly O’Toole (Foreign Policy, 22 September 2013)

The Ebbing of Democracy in the Western Balkans” by Judy Dempsey (Carnegie Europe, 22 September 2016)

Color Commentary on Russia” by Jay Ogivly (Stratfor, 21 September 2016)

Unveiling the KGB school of economic management” by Ben Aris (bne IntelliNews, 21 September 2016)

Authoritarianism by Stealth: Russia After the Duma Elections” by Alexander Baunov (Carnegie Moscow, Center 21 September 2016) 

A fresh start for a new version of the KGB” by Ekaterina Grobman (Russia Direct, 20 September 2016)

The Eurasian Economic Union and the European Union: Geopolitics, Geo-Economics and Opportunities for Europe” by Sijbren de Jong (Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, September 2016)

Социально-экономическое развитие России: обретение новой динамики” by Dmitri Medvedev (Вопросы экономики, 2016)

Cordially, 

Elisey and Peter

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