11/12 Weekly Roundup

Dear Readers,

The stunning election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America throws into question the entire strategic foundation of U.S. policy toward Russia and broader Euro-Atlantic security since the end of the Cold War. The latest edition of our Weekly Roundup pulls together the most cogent analyses in the past week attempting to shine a light on the possible ways forward amid these uncertain times. As always, thanks for reading and enjoy.

The number one reason to fix U.S.-Russian relations” by Josh Cohen (Reuters, 11 November 2016)

Here’s how Trump’s election will affect U.S.-Russian relations” by Joshua Tucker et al. (The Washington Post, 10 November 2016)

Why Russia has no reason to celebrate a Trump presidency yet” by Ivan Tsvetkov (Russia Direct, 10 November 2016)

The Paradox of Russia’s Support for Trump” by Maxim Trudolyubov (Kennan Institute, 10 November 2016)

Trump’s Victory Bodes Well for US-Russia Ties, But Expect No Tectonic Shifts” by Simon Saradzhyan and William Tobey (Russia Matters, 10 November 2016)

The Trump presidency: How will it affect ties with Russia?” by Fred Weir (Christian Science Monitor, 10 November 2016)

Surviving the Trumpocalypse: first thoughts…” by Mark Galeotti (In Moscow’s Shadows, 9 November 2016)

What does a Trump presidency mean for Russia?” by Chris Weafer (Business New Europe, 9 November 2016)

The Art of the Deal: Russia Is Keen For Trump’s Ad Hoc Diplomacy” by Vladimir Frolov (The Moscow Times, 9 November 2016)

Russia’s leaders have no idea how to handle Trump” by Evgeny Minchenko (Center on Global Interests, 7 November 2016)

Cordially,

Elisey and Peter 

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Image Credit: Open Democracy Russia

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