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Education and Cultural Programs through the "American University in Moscow"
Publications of articles, books, magazines and newspapers
America-Russia: Towards Political, Security, and Economic Alliance
Russia House

NEWS

2011-11-18

Nikolas S. Gvozdev
Resetting the Russian Reset in 2012
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2011-11-15

Gordon Hahn
A CONSERVATIVE VIEW ON BOEHNER

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2011-11-01

Back to Star Wars

Edward LOZANSKY
President, American University in Moscow
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2011-10-26

Engaging the Post-Soviet Generation in Russia

Matthew Rojansky is the deputy director of the Russia and Eurasia program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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2011-10-20

Obama’s One Thousand Days: What Should Russia Expect?

By Edward Lozansky
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2011-10-19

NYU's Cohen wins Liberty Prize for furthering U.S.-Russian cultural ties

New York University Professor Stephen Cohen has been awarded the 2011 Liberty Prize in recognition of his contribution to developing cultural ties between the United States and Russia.
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2011-10-18

How Barack Obama went from cool to cold

Gary Younge

Barack Obama's measured approach won him the White House. So why do supporters think he lacks the 'fierce urgency of now'?
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2011-10-12

Napoleon's Curse

Dutch writer Ian Buruma, currently a Cullman Fellow at the New York Public Library, is author, most recently, of Taming the Gods: Religion and Democracy on Three Continents.


The illusion of omnipotence has exhausted America and spoiled its allies.

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2011-10-11

Why the pessimism over Putin's return?

Stephen F. COHEN
professor of Russian studies at New York University

Katrina vanden Heuvel

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2011-10-07

Vladimir Putin

New Integration Project for Eurasia - A Future That Is Being Born Today
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2011-10-05

Andrey Uglanov

The spectre of Genghis Khan is haunting Europe

The most recent congress of the United Russia party was held
long ago, but we have to remember it now. During its work our
edition was put to shame, since the Congress failed to announce the
constitutional reform, which would have resulted in granting
unlimited power for an unlimited period to new Prime Minister
Vladimir Putin, and new president Medvedev would actually have lost
much of his power. Our error was due to the fact that the above
persons decided not to bother too much and just swapped.
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2011-10-04

What's Next for Medvedev?


Matthew Rojansky is the deputy director of the Russia and Eurasia program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.


Russia will soon have another liberal ex-president.
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