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Natalia Bubnova

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Natalia Bubnova is a leading researcher at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

08.02.2016

A Russian perspective on the U.S. presidential campaign

A Russian perspective on the U.S. presidential campaign

Despite their different positions on other policy issues, U.S. presidential candidates, with the exception of Donald Trump, seem to be unanimous in their stance towards Russia. The wildcard factor may be Michael Bloomberg

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25.09.2015

Efforts in Syria against ISIS won’t bring US, Russia closer together

Efforts in Syria against ISIS won’t bring US, Russia closer together

Russia’s increasing military presence in Syria now appears to be a matter of fact rather than just speculation. US-Russian cooperation in solving the Syrian crisis, though, is likely to remain limited

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16.09.2015

Sweden keeps an eye on Ukraine while debating NATO membership

Sweden keeps an eye on  Ukraine while debating NATO membership

In September, the leadership of Sweden’s Center Party voiced concerns that the country should seriously consider joining NATO. This reflects the growing fears in Scandinavia about the Kremlin’s intentions

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