Rusia: Dinamici, Tendințe – doc

Is Weakening Russia a Bad Idea? – FP, 29.04.22
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s comments raise questions about Washington’s endgame in Ukraine. By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and Matthew Kroenig, deputy director of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security

Russia’s War Leaves Ukraine’s Economy in Ruins – FP, 12.04.22
With a record drop in GDP forecasted, the country needs aid—and a plan to rebuild. By Colm Quinn, the newsletter writer at Foreign Policy

The Fall and Rise of the Russian Ruble – 8.04.22
Western sanctions ravaged the ruble after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. How did the currency bounce back? By Cameron Abadi, a deputy editor at Foreign Policy

The West thinks that Russians, suffering from sanctions, will end up abandoning Putin – but history indicates they won’tJulia Khrebtan-Hörhager, Evgeniya Pyatovskaya, 18.03.22

U.N. Kicks Russia Off Human Rights Council – FP, 8.04.22
In one way at least, so far, Vladimir Putin’s Russia has joined Muammar al-Qaddafi’s Libya. By Colum Lynch, a senior staff writer at Foreign Policy

Russia to U.N. Members: You’re With Us or Against Us – FP, 6.04.22
Moscow will interpret a failure to vote against its ouster from the Human Rights Council as a show of support for the U.S. By Colum Lynch, a senior staff writer at Foreign Policy

Russia’s Media Is Now Totally in Putin’s Hands – FP, 5.04.22
The destruction of independent outlets is rooted in post-Soviet problems. By Maya Vinokour, an assistant professor in the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies at NYU

Russia Joins the Asian Club – FP, 29.03.22
Even if Russian President Vladimir Putin had never invaded Ukraine, Russia was tilting toward the Asian system. By Parag Khanna, the founder and managing partner of FutureMap

Putin Has Coup-Proofed His Regime – FP, 23.03.22
Russian security forces are carefully policed for loyalty. By Adam E. Casey, a postdoctoral fellow at the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies at the University of Michigan

Prosecuting Putin – FP, 24.03.22
Bringing the Russian president to trial will be a challenge. But war crimes lawyers are raring to go. By Colum Lynch, a senior staff writer at Foreign Policy

Will Russia Chase Out Big Tech? – FP, 15.03.22
The Kremlin’s battle with foreign tech companies didn’t begin in January. By Jessica Brandt, policy director for the Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technology Initiative at the Brookings Institution and a fellow in the Foreign Policy program’s Center for Security, Strategy, and Technology, and Justin Sherman, a fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative

Istanbul, cité d’accueil des parias de Moscou – FRANCE 24, 13.03.22

  • Istanbul est une terre d’accueil pour les intellectuels, journalistes et artistes qui fuient la Russie. “La Russie est notre maison, pas celle de Poutine”, déclare Nigina, une journaliste indépendante venant de Moscou.

Russia faces ‘brain drain’ as thousands flee abroad since start of war with Ukraine – BBC News, 13.03.22

  • According to one estimate by a Russian economist, as many as 200,000 Russians have left their country since the start of the war in Ukraine, with more than 25,000 alone arriving in Georgia since Russia’s invasion began.

Russians about conflict in Ukraine, Russophobia and hopes for the future – Eli from Russia, 13.03.22

  • Our lives have changed. I talked to people in the streets of Moscow about the current situation in the country.

Russia’s ‘Eleventh-Hour’ Interference in the Iran Deal – FP, 9.03.22
Moscow is seeking to use the Iran deal to shield itself from the full effect of Western sanctions. By Colum Lynch, a senior staff writer at Foreign Policy

Putin Has a Grimly Absolute Vision of the ‘Russian World’ – FP, 6.03.22
The Ukraine war is fueled by a delusion of civilizational necessity. By Benjamin R. Young, an assistant professor at the Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs

Russia’s Ukraine Invasion Devolving Into ‘Strategic Catastrophe’ for Putin: U.S. Envoy – FP, 6.03.22
International organizations will start compiling evidence of Russia’s “barbaric,” “horrific,” “heinous” conduct for possible war crimes trials, America’s ambassador to the OSCE says. By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy

Has Putin Lost the Plot? – FP, 4.03.22
The more repressive a leader becomes, the more paranoid they can get, experts say. By Amy Mackinnon, a national security and intelligence reporter at Foreign Policy

Putin Made Fools Out of His Admirers – FP, 24.02.22
Russia has gone from land of opportunity to pariah state. By Natalia Antonova, a writer, journalist, and online safety expert based in Washington

Putin’s Speech Laid Out a Dark Vision of Russian History – FP, 22.02.22
There’s no room for Ukraine in the Russian leader’s distorted telling of the past. By Kristaps Andrejsons, a journalist in Latvia and the creator of The Eastern Border podcast

More than 1,700 detained at anti-war protests in Russia – 24.02.22
Thousands took to the streets of Russia in condemnation of Putin’s war in Ukraine.

Russia and the West Keep Misreading Each Other – FP, 15.02.22
The Russian people would lose badly from Putin’s war. By Leonid Gozman

In Moscow, Russians watch a show of Western aggression – politico, 23.02.22
As tensions mount with Ukraine, state media offers an alternative set of facts.

Russian State Media Aren’t Preparing for War – FP, 2.02.22
TV and public opinion offer crucial hints in the guessing game over Putin’s plans. By Alexey Kovalev, an investigative editor at Meduza

corespondențe din rusia

Three Things the World Should Know About Putin – FP, 27.01.22
The nature of Putin’s Russia has changed drastically in the last few years. By Tatiana Stanovaya, a nonresident scholar at the Carnegie Moscow Center

  • Why Is Putin Acting Now? – FP, 26.01.22
    Multiple factors are driving Russia’s escalation against Ukraine. By Maria Snegovaya, a postdoctoral fellow in political science at Virginia Tech and a visiting scholar at the Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at the George Washington University
  • Putin’s Calculus Over Ukraine – FP, 26.01.22
    The Russian leader risks huge casualties and painful sanctions if he invades, but he’s left himself little room to de-escalate. By Amy Mackinnon, a national security and intelligence reporter at Foreign Policy, and Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter.

Rusia cere retragerea NATO din România şi din Bulgaria. Dar poate să susţină economic un război în Ucraina şi să intre în conflict cu NATO? – zf, 24.01.22

Putin is Threatening a War. Are Russians Willing to Fight It? – Politico, 12.01.22
Russians largely believe Putin is right about Ukraine and NATO. But it’s not clear whether they are willing to go to war.

Russia Doesn’t Have the Demographics for War – FP, 3.01.22
The 1990s collapse in birth rates still impacts Moscow’s ambitions. By Brent Peabody, a current graduate student at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he studies energy and trans-Atlantic policy


Rusia introduce examinare medicală și amprentare obligatorii pentru străini – 29.12.21

Redactorul-şef al publicaţiei Sputnik a murit la Moscova după ce a căzut de la etajul al patrulea al unei clădiri – adevărul, 27.12.21

In Putin’s Russia, the Past Is Never Past – FP, 20.12.21
Memorial is the latest victim of Russia’s history wars. By Alexander Baunov, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Moscow Center and editor in chief of

Scientists Want Out of Russia – FP, 14.10
Deepening paranoia and prominent arrests are crushing morale. By Natalia Antonova, a writer, journalist, and online safety expert based in Washington, D.C

Armand Goșu: „Pregătirea transferului de putere, aceasta este adevărata miză a alegerilor parlamentare din Rusia” – contributors, 2.10

Putin’s Party Is Preparing for a Post-Majority Future – FP, 22.09
Slow shifts in the Russian electorate are making dominance harder—so United Russia is changing the rules. By Jeff Hawn, a doctoral candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s department of international history, and Sim Tack, an analyst at Force Analysis where he studies strategic intelligence problems

Alegeri legislative în Rusia: S-au deschis primele secții de votare / Opozanții lui Putin, excluși – 17.09

Uniunea Europeană, pregătită să nu recunoască rezultatul alegerilor legislative din Rusia, în cazul unei încălcări a reglementărilor internaţionale – 17.09

Ucraina denunță organizarea alegerilor parlamentare ruse în Crimeea / Moscova se bazează și pe votul locuitorilor din Donbas – 16.09

Russia’s Crazy Sham Election – FP, 16.09
To retain control in this weekend’s Duma elections, the Kremlin has reached very deep into its bag of tricks. By Alexey Kovalev, an investigative editor at Meduza

The Kremlin’s Don’t-Get-Out-the-Vote Campaign – FP, 16.09
Russia isn’t cracking heads ahead of this weekend’s parliamentary vote—just boring people away from the polls. By Matthew Luxmoore, a Moscow-based journalist covering Russia and the former Soviet Union

In Central Africa, Russia Won the War—but It’s Losing the Peace – FP, 21.08
Putin’s pursuit of influence, arms sales, and mercenary meddling in the Central African Republic has left Moscow mired in a quagmire. By Jack Losh

Vladimir Putin: Lecţia Afganistanului este că propriile valori nu trebuie impuse altor ţări – 20.08

Un canal de televiziune independent din Rusia a fost declarat ”agent străin” de judecători înainte de alegerile parlamentare din septembrie – 20.08

Belarus is new weapon in Putin’s hybrid warfare arsenal – CH, 18.08
A tripartite group of the UK, US, and EU mapping out a common approach to Belarus can only be effective if discussions include how to deal with Russia.

Russia’s Ruling Party Wants a Big Win in Upcoming Elections – FP, 11.08
United Russia has seriously limited the opposition but is losing popularity itself. By Jeff Hawn, a doctoral candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s department of international history, and Sim Tack, an analyst at Force Analysis where he studies strategic intelligence problems

Rusia ține exerciţii militare de amploare în 20 de poligoane, inclusiv din Crimeea, Abhazia şi Osetia de Sud – 9.08

Russia and strategic non-nuclear deterrence – CH, 29.07

Analiză neobișnuit de dură la adresa lui Putin în presa din Rusia: Sărăcia este principala problemă a cetățenilor ruși, dar nu cea mai importantă pentru oficialități – g4media, 12.07

The Shocking Enormity of Russia’s Botched Pandemic Response – 5.07
A massive third wave is spreading unchecked, anti-vaxxers are rampant, and the Kremlin’s vaccine diplomacy has failed. By Alexey Kovalev, an investigative editor at Meduza

Moscow Is Using Memory Diplomacy to Export Its Narrative to the World – FP, 25.06
Putin is pushing Russian revisionist history to bolster the Kremlin’s influence abroad and its legitimacy at home. By Jade McGlynn

Few across 17 advanced economies have confidence in Putin – Pew Reasearch Center, 14.06

Paradoxul Rusia: economie mediocră – mare putere militarăPetrișor Peiu, spotmedia, 16.05

Vladimir Putin: Rusia îşi va apăra «ferm» interesele naţionale – 9.05

Lecțiile sinistre pe care Putin le învață de la Xi Jinping – The Washington Post, 10.05

With Putin’s Latest Crackdown, Russia Is Going Dark – FP, 6.05
As it goes full authoritarian, the Kremlin is targeting the last vestiges of civil society and independent media. By Alexey Kovalev, an investigative editor at Meduza.

Rusia tocmai a făcut un mare pas înapoi spre Uniunea Sovietică – WP, 6.05

Opoziţia din Rusia critică un nou proiect de lege „anti-Navalnîi”, membrii organizațiilor considerate extremiste nu au dreptul să candideze timp de 3-5 ani – 5.05

Rusia, condamnată din nou la CEDO pentru condiții inumane și degradante de detenție în regiunea transnistreană / De ce consideră judecătorii că este responsabilitatea Moscovei – 5.05

Russia Can’t Afford to Block Twitter—Yet – FP, 30.04
Online censorship is bogged down in technical difficulties. By Dylan Myles-Primakoff and Justin Sherman

Speranţa de viaţă a ruşilor a scăzut cu aproape doi ani pe fondul pandemiei – 27.04

Armand Goșu: Putin va face întotdeauna ceea ce tu nu te aștepți. Putin iubește surpriza – RELR, 24.04

Discursul anual în Parlament

Think tanks urged to help boost China-Russia ties – China Daily, 25.06

China and Russia Turn Deeper Ties into a Military Challenge for Biden – FP, 20.04
“You face a two-front war where we don’t have a two front military,” said one former Trump official. By Jack Detsch, Amy Mackinnon

Putin a promulgat legea care îi permite să rămână președinte până în 2036 – 5.04

Noi avertismente cu privire la mișcările Rusiei. Cât de gravă e amenințarea? – RFI, 6.04

Dilemele Rusiei: Putin are nevoie de un război, fără a antagoniza mai mult Occidentul – Iulian Chifu, 5.04

Russians Aren’t Buying Putin’s PR Stunts Anymore – FP, 2.04
To save its approval ratings, the Kremlin might be better focusing its energy elsewhere. By Andrei Kolesnikov

Why Is Putin Afraid of Jehovah’s Witnesses? – FP, 26.03
Since they were labeled an extremist group in 2017, more than 400 have been charged or convicted. By Amy Mackinnon

Europa Plus: De ce sunt rușii mai puțin fericiți decât ceilalți cetățeni din spațiul ex-sovietic? – RFI, 25.03

The Kremlin’s Latest Target Is Online Media
Why the Russian government is now equating digital journalism with foreign espionage. By Justin Sherman, Dylan Myles-Primakoff

Circa 64% dintre ruși cred că noul coronavirus este ”o armă biologică” și nu s-ar vaccina cu Sputnik-V – 2.03

Garry Kasparov: „Putin foloseşte resursele uriaşe ale ţării pentru a cumpăra favoruri, bănuiesc că şi în România” – Adevărul, 28.02

Putin cere serviciilor secrete să stopeze “politica occidentală agresivă” – RFI, 25.02

Time to Think About a World Without Putin – FP, 10.02
The Russian leader is contemplating his mortality—as are his backers. By Jeff Hawn, Sim Tack

Svetlana Alexievici: “Putin e propriul său ostatic” – DW, 8.02


Rusia: Putin promulgă o lege prin care legislația națională prevalează în fața dreptului internațional / Noua lege provoacă îngrijorare în rândul unor apărători ai drepturilor omului – 8.12.20

How Putin Changed Russia Forever – FP, 7.05.20
President Vladimir Putin has transformed his country and its relations with the world. We asked 11 leading experts to look back at his 20-year reign and predict what the future may bring. By Yevgenia Albats, Catherine Belton, Irina Borogan, Susan Glasser, Vladimir Kara-Murza, Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Vladimir Milov, Michael McFaul, Olga Oliker, Andrei Soldatov, Angela Stent

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