Not only is the Kremlin discussing a “kill switch” program to unplug Russia from the global Internet in cases of emergency, but also it is accelerating the enactment of a personal data law that might result in Facebook, Twitter and Google eventually leaving the country
The latest round of Western sanctions against Russia restricts the ability of Russia’s largest state-owned companies and banks to raise funds in the European financial markets. But what does this mean in practice?
Andrey Kortunov, General Director of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) discusses the role of the OSCE in limiting the political fallout from the Ukrainian crisis and preventing the creation of a new ‘’Iron Curtain”
Russian media review: The Kremlin appears to be battening the hatches as it deals with the impact of Western sanctions. And that could impact the way it views the return of Mikhail Khodorkovsky to politics
Russian experts and OSCE officials recently convened to discuss the current role of the OSCE in Ukraine and the lessons the world should learn from attempts to mediate the ongoing Ukrainian crisis
Within the US and Russia, there are conflicting narratives of the terror threat posed by ISIS. This hampers effective counter-terrorism cooperation and sows the seeds of further mistrust and mutual suspicion
Instead of a European community acting in concert to punish Russia for its actions in Ukraine, there is a growing diversity of viewpoints on the Ukrainian crisis