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A ‘Patriotic Heretic’ Favoring Renewal of U.S.-Russian Détente

....ly/3sxvmAI . Bacevich, Andrew J. “When Washington assured Russia NATO would not expand.” The American Conservative , 20 December 2017. bit.ly/378n7ly . Baker, James A, III. “Russia in NATO.” The Washington Quarterly , 25 (1), pp. 93-103. BBC. “Ukraine Crisis: transcript of Nuland-Pyatt call,” 7 February 2014. tiny.cc/juipbz . Blum, William. “Bombing Libya: the origins of Europe’s immigration crisis,” Counterpunch , 25 September 2018. bit.ly/2Wlt09i . Chomsky, Noam. .”.. We’re facing a new Cold War.” Salon , 15 April 2015. bit.ly/2Y3ehlv . Cohen, Stephen F. “The parity principle in ...

18.03.2021

Recep Erdogan in a Russian Minefield

... delimitation of economic zones in the Mediterranean, Turkey is pitted not only against Greece but also against virtually all of Russia's partners and friends in the Eastern Mediterranean. The "Greek issue," compounded by Turkey's activity in Libya (which makes Moscow uneasy), could trigger a new crisis in Russia–Turkey relations. Expansion of military-technical cooperation with Ukraine . Russia and Turkey have always had fundamentally different views on Ukraine and Crimea, especially since the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis in 2014. One way or another, Moscow has had to come to terms with the fact that Ankara does not recognize ...

02.10.2020

Bandmaster or Conductor: What is Wrong with the EU ”Selective Engagement” Policy?

... barely audible. As far as we can tell, the tentative steps taken by Paris and Berlin to open a dialogue with Moscow on Syria have not led to any practical actions. Also, it would seem that the “selective engagement” between Europe and Russia on Libya is equally doomed. The European Union and Russia have still not got around to coordinating their positions with regard to the Iranian nuclear issue and to relations with Iran as a whole. And while the stances of the two sides on the settlement ...

28.05.2019

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