I personally feel there is ample evidence to show that there have been many opportunities missed by the US to establish new connections and interaction with Russia

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Rethinking Russia continues interviews on the topic relations between Russia and the West. This time Rethinking Russia spoke with Matthew Crosston, Miller Endowed Chair for Industrial and International Security, Professor of Political Science, Director – The International Security and Intelligence Studies Program, Bellevue University, USA.

Brexit might be a good thing for the British foreign policy

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Rethinking Russia explores the details of the UK’s post-Brexit foreign policy with the professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King’s College London, special adviser to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons and director of the Centre “UK in a Changing Europe” at King’s – Anand Menon.

Promoting the Presidential “Daisy”

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The State Duma elections scheduled for September 2016 will be a prominent milestone in the sweeping political reform introduced by Vladimir Putin back in 2012. Nevertheless, Alexei Zudin, political analyst, expert at the Institute of Socio-Economic and Political Research, believes that we have every expectation of witnessing substantive changes in the Russian political system in 2016-2018.