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“They advocate 'Eurasianism,'” Bluth writes, “an anti-West political movement that seeks to expand Russian territory to encompass the former Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, and parts of Asia. The resulting totalitarian, Russia-led empire would confront and eventually overthrow the West, as well as the democratic and liberal ...

Most obvious, propping up the Assad regime enables Russia to maintain a foothold in the Middle East, while sending the message that popular revolts aimed at overthrowing Russian allies will not succeed. Russia's showcasing and testing of new military technology, such as high-precision rockets and ...
We at Foreign Affairs have recently published a number of pieces dealing with the geopolitical challenge Russia poses to the United States. To complement these articles, we decided to ask a broad pool of experts for their take. As with previous surveys, we approached dozens of authorities with deep ...
1973 was a transformative time in the Middle East, and its effects would ultimately reverberate in the Arctic. That year, Egypt launched a surprise ... The Northern states ultimately decided to cooperate with them—even if only to project a global image of peace and harmony. By using international forums to ...
She spoke with World Policy Journal about the Electoral Integrity Project, a six-year research study from which Norris developed the Perceptions of .... in Asia Pacific like Vietnam and Cambodia; countries in Central Asia like Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, or Afghanistan; countries like Syria in the Middle East; ...
At the moment, it's impossible to convince anyone to invest money in Arctic drilling when you have resources available in the Middle East. There's no ... I hope to see some environmental projects from Russia; its cooperation with Norway and the EU on environmental issues could have positive results.
In his new book, After the American Century: The Ends of U.S. Culture in the Middle East, Brian Edwards writes how popular, cinema, literary, digital, and academic culture from .... It got to the point where my research assistant on this project said to me, “Why is it that you're so obsessed with finding Shrek?
The construction projects are so large and complex, involving a sophisticated chain of sub-contractors, that they ultimately conceal those directly ... In an interview, Jonathan Cristol, a fellow at the World Policy Institute with expertise in the politics of the Middle East, explained that this manipulation of migrant ...
Between 3,000 and 5,000 migrants, largely from East Africa and the Middle East, live in resource-scarce camps in Calais, often lacking proper shelter and medical services. Many seek to reach the U.K. by ... Katherine A. Peinhardt is a research assistant at World Policy Institute. [Photos courtesy of Phil Le ...


 

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