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By Simon Saradzhyan Belfer Center Research Fellow This August, Russia, Georgia and its breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia commemorate the fourth anniversary of the war that they fought in 2008. But while the mood has been predictably festive … Continue reading
By Ben W. Heineman Jr. (This commentary first appeared on theAtlantic.com) Following Vladmir Putin’s decision that he will run again for President of the Russian Federation next March, there are questions about continuity or change in economic reform, political reform, … Continue reading