- Rusia: Dinamici, Tendințe – doc
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Myths and misconceptions in the debate on Russia – CH, 13.05
A New Sanctions Strategy to Contain Putin’s Russia – FP, 4.05
It’s time for America and Europe to start putting serious economic pressure on Putin’s regime. – By Daniel Fried, a distinguished fellow at the Atlantic Council and former U.S. State Department coordinator for sanctions policy, and Adrian Karatnycky, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and the founder of Myrmidon Group.
Five lessons from Russia’s Ukraine military escalation – CH, 29.04
Russia shows readiness and an ability to move at speed when needed, but key to its strategy is retaining control of both military and diplomatic manoeuvres.
Biden Isn’t Selling Out on Nord Stream 2. He’s Protecting U.S. Firms – FP, 29.07
If Washington can sanction any company for legal activity it doesn’t like, China and others could do the same to U.S. businesses—making them uninsurable. By Elisabeth Braw, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
Ukraine Won’t Stop Fighting the Nord Stream Deal – FP, 28.07
Kyiv feels let down by supposed allies in Berlin and Washington. By Vladislav Davidzon, a writer, journalist, and artist who has reported extensively from Ukraine
Biden’s Surrender to Merkel on Nord Stream 2 – FP, 26.07
His support for the pipeline abandoned a bipartisan consensus, got nothing in return, and made the world less secure. By Kiron Skinner, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University and a former director of policy planning at the U.S. State Department, and Russell A. Berman, a professor at Stanford University and a former senior advisor on the U.S. State Department’s policy planning staff
The Russian Pipeline That Turned Into a Lightning Rod – FP, 23.07
How Nord Stream 2 made everyone in Washington mad at one another. By Amy Mackinnon, Robbie Gramer, Jack Detsch
Nord Stream 2: First section of pipeline is complete, Putin says – DW, 4.06
The Russian leader says his country is ready for more cooperation with Europe. He also says it’s a “myth” that Russia isn’t concerned about the environment, promising to cut emissions faster than the EU.
Want a Green Future? Let Nord Stream Go. – FP, 6.05
Sanctions would undermine climate diplomacy. By Stephen G. Gross, director of the Center for European and Mediterranean Studies at New York University.
How to Break the Logjam Over Nord Stream 2 – FP, 29.04
The Russo-German pipeline has zero impact on European security. But Ukraine should be helped. – By Pierre Noël, a research scholar at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, and Chi Kong Chyong, a research associate at the University of Cambridge’s Energy Policy Research Group.
Sanctions Won’t Stop Nord Stream 2. Diplomacy Will – FP, 9.04
Quiet negotiations with Berlin can do what economic coercion can’t. By Edward Fishman
Biden Must Follow the Law and Sanction Nord Stream Now – FP, 29.03
Why has the administration been so half-hearted on a malign Russian influence project? By Michael McCaul, Jim Risch
Russian Pipeline Project Tests Biden’s Relations With Russia, Germany—and Congress – FP, 22.02
Torn between mending ties with Germany or Republicans in Congress, the Biden administration takes a softer line on Nord Stream 2 than some lawmakers expected. By Robbie Gramer, Amy Mackinnon
Nord Stream 2 resumes: Gas pipeline defies US sanctions, set to finish construction – 4.12
Why Joe Biden opposes the Russian-German Nord Stream 2 pipeline – DW, 21.11
The U.S. Is Close to Killing Russia’s Nord Stream 2 Pipeline – FP, 6.07
But it’s a race between slow construction and slower sanctions. By Amy Mackinnon