Media Roundup: As oil continues to dip below $90 per barrel, commentators from across the political spectrum have been attempting to understand the consequences of the shift in global economic fortunes for Russia
Russian media roundup: This week the Russian media paid close attention to a controversial draft law in the Russian State Duma and new law signed by the President of Ukraine
The conflict in Eastern Ukraine may be primarily a standoff between Russia, Ukraine and the West, but it will unintentionally lead to the spread of nuclear weapons and undermine efforts in stopping global proliferation
Russian think tank roundup: Based on the outcome of the NATO Summit in Wales, Russian experts see no prospects for a new reset in US-Russian affairs – even as the threat from ISIS continues to grow
The Khodorkovsky who returned to active public life in September 2014 was much the same Khodorkovsky who had been arrested in October 2003. He hasn’t changed, but has Russian political life changed over the past decade?