When prices rise sharply, they will also decline sharply. A long period of high prices is followed by a long period of low prices. This is the major lesson that Russian market participants and policymakers should relearn
The nations of Eastern Europe are increasingly feeling the pressure from both the U.S. and the EU to sanction Russia. As a result, Serbia, Hungary and Bulgaria have become new battleground states in Russia-West confrontation
Book Review: Henry Kissinger’s World Order: Reflections on the Character of Nations and the Course of History contains essential lessons for understanding the strategic choices faced by Russian and American policymakers as they address the changing world order
Escalating tensions between NATO and Russia in Europe are leading to increased concerns about the militarization of another region: the Arctic. But those concerns appear to be largely overstated
RD Webcast: Russia Direct invited a panel of international experts to discuss the results of the recent G20 Summit in Australia and to analyze Russia’s role in it going forward
Against the backdrop of increasing global instability there has been growing debate about the ability of modern multilateral institutions such as the G20 to solve complex geopolitical issues that impact global economic growth.
Given Russia’s renewed strategic emphasis on the military and economic development of the Arctic, the newest area of confrontation between NATO and Russia might not be in continental Europe - it might be in the Arctic