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Wed, May 13, 2020

Åslund quoted by The Washington Post on Ukraine’s IMF prospects

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Corruption English

Wed, Apr 29, 2020

Cohen in Forbes: Oil Prices May Recover Before 2021

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Europe & Eurasia Oil and Gas

Wed, Apr 29, 2020

Carpenter in The Washington Post: Putin has just made two huge mistakes, and his timing couldn’t be worse

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Coronavirus Economy & Business

Wed, Apr 22, 2020

Herbst and Debra Cagan in The American Interest: How the oil shock will contain Putin

Russia’s foreign policy has always been closely tied to the price of its primary export—energy. With oil prices hitting record lows, can the country afford Vladimir Putin’s foreign adventures? Eurasia Center Director John Herbst joined Debra Cagan, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense, to write an op-ed arguing that plunging oil prices will constrain […]

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Geopolitics & Energy Security Oil and Gas

Tue, Apr 21, 2020

Cohen in Newsweek: Pandemic or not, the US can’t afford to drop the ball on peace in Afghanistan

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Afghanistan Central Asia

Wed, Apr 15, 2020

Cohen in Forbes: SEC Should Examine Massive Oil Stock Purchases On Eve Of OPEC+ Deal

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Energy & Environment Oil and Gas

Mon, Apr 13, 2020

Carpenter in The Hill: Coronavirus is ultimate test of leadership in brave new world

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Coronavirus Resilience & Society

Fri, Apr 10, 2020

Bechev in Ahval: Turkey joins soft power race during COVID-19 crisis

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China Coronavirus

Fri, Apr 10, 2020

Cohen in Forbes: Too Little Too Late? Russia And Saudi Arabia Reach Truce In Oil Price War

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Oil and Gas Politics & Diplomacy

Mon, Apr 6, 2020

Cohen in Newsweek: The Covid-19 Disaster Has Been Decades in the Making—and Both Republicans and Democrats are to Blame

Human history is replete with unanticipated catastrophic events that come like a bolt from the blue. During World War II, both Nazi Germany’s attack on the Soviet Union (Operation Barbarossa) and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor came as strategic surprises. Then as now, intelligence warnings were ignored. Other shockers include the Egyptian and Syrian attack on […]

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Coronavirus Politics & Diplomacy

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