... however, evident that Russia will perceive the potential threats associated with Belarus very painfully and certain forces might attempt to take advantage of this. Moldova and Transnistria: continuing freeze Sergey Rekeda: The Union State of Russia and Belarus: Searching for a Development Vector Transnistria can be described as a textbook post-Soviet example of a frozen, unresolved conflict. The territory is entering the new decade with its status still unrecognized, which complicates economic and social development; it is in a diplomatic dispute ...
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... territorial integrity is still on the agenda and that integrity cannot be questioned. However, from the conflict perspective, there are no attempts to force changes, and changes appear to be unlikely in the foreseeable future. As for the conflict in Transnistria, there are some positive dynamics due to Igor Dodon’s victory in the presidential election. While frequent meetings of a post-Soviet state leader with the Russian counterpart are a rare occurrence, Dodon has already met twice with Vladimir ...
In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
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