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CNBC cites a recent study on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership by the Global Business & Economics Program, in partnership with the Bertelsmann Foundation and the British Embassy in Washington:

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Foreign Policy quotes Energy & Environment Program Acting Director Mihaela Carstei on Russia's energy strategy in Europe:

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VP and Brent Scowcroft Center Director Barry Pavel writes in Defense One on how the Obama administration can check Russia's influence in Europe's East:

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As the crisis in Crimea that has undermined the West’s relationship with Russia proliferates, many have questioned what tools the West can utilize to deter Russia against further aggression, support the fledgling Ukrainian government, and deescalate hostilities before the limited conflict turns into war. One of the United States and other European countries' primary tools lies in the realm of cyber capabilities.

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Elected Representative for Foreign Affairs of the Turkish Cypriot Community

On March 10, the Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center hosted an invite-only, off-the-record discussion with the Elected Representative for Foreign Affairs of the Turkish Cypriot Community, Ozdil Nami.

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Bloomberg quotes Senior Fellow Mohsin Khan on the state of Syria's economy:

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Erik Brattberg, resident fellow for the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, is quoted in The Hill:

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Defense News quotes Brent Scowcroft Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Roger Cliff on China's defense spending:

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Ukrainian pop music star and political activist Ruslana Lyzhychko swept her long, straight hair back from her face and leaned forward, hands folded, on a podium at the Atlantic Council. In the passionate alto that has electrified concert audiences worldwide, she pleaded quietly in English to a crowded room: “Don’t do something, do everything – to keep peace [in Ukraine] … before Putin will kill us.”

Ruslana – known to the music and political worlds by her first name – called for strong US and European support for Ukraine against Russian President Vladimir Putin, and for steps to halt Russia’s seizure of Ukraine’s Crimea region. In a week of Ukraine policy debates and panel discussions among diplomats, policymakers and scholars in this city, what Ruslana brought was passion – nationalist and democratic.

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Erik Brattberg, resident fellow for the Brent Scowcroft Center, joins France24's Debate to discuss Crimea's referendum to join Russia.