On April 27, Russia Direct conducted a panel discussion that brought together academics, experts and students to discuss the future of Russian Studies in the U.S. during a time of deep crisis in U.S.-Russia relations.
The EU and Russia may once again be at a political impasse when it comes to Gazprom and the future of European energy. However, unlike the situation in Ukraine, the Europeans might have the upper hand
Media Roundup: The presidential elections in Kazakhstan, the conflict between Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov and Russian law enforcement, and the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide were in the spotlight of Russian media last week
Presenting a collection of essays by leading Russian and Ukrainian experts, Brothers Armed charts the history of military reform and progress in Ukraine and Russia from the collapse of the Soviet Union to the 2014 annexation of Crimea
On the day marking the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey, Russian President Vladimir Putin pays a visit the Armenian capital Yerevan, while the speaker of the Russian parliament, Sergei Naryshkin, is visiting Turkey's Ankara
One year since the military conflict in Ukraine started, we are now better able to comprehend the inherent weaknesses of today’s international security architecture
The armed conflict in Ukraine is starting to resemble a “limited war” of the 18th century more than a modern 21st century “total war”
Media Roundup: Putin’s Direct Line, a controversial dance performance in Orenburg and the resumption of the S-300 Iranian missile deal made headlines last week