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  • Lecture posted July 24, 2012 by Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D., Rebeccah Heinrichs, Baker Spring, Jeff Kueter Open Microphone: What’s Behind President Obama’s Missile Defense Comments?

    Abstract: During the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul, President Obama, in an exchange with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, stated: “On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this can be solved, but it’s important for him [incoming Russian President Vladimir Putin] to give me space.” “This is my last election,” he continued. “After my election I have…

  • Commentary posted June 1, 2012 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Russia's Double-Headed Government

    Last week, the Russian capital played a great parlor game: who is in and who's out in the Putin presidential administration and Dmitri Medvedev's cabinet. More important for U.S. policy makers is understanding the contradictory nature of the new double-headed government Mr. Putin has created. By applying the Roman dictum "divide and rule," Putin has enhanced his…

  • Commentary posted November 28, 2011 by Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D. Meeting the Missile Threat

    With Russian President Dmitry Medvedev issuing threats about America’s planned missile defense for Europe, it may be time to remind the Obama administration why we need such defenses in the first place - in Europe and elsewhere. Plainly put, we live in a dangerous world, and we need to do everything possible to remain safe.Iran and North Korea are trying to acquire the…

  • Commentary posted November 23, 2011 by Baker Spring, Michaela Dodge Medvedev Threatens, While Team Obama Prepares for Defense Cuts

    The Russian bear is growling. Again. Russia will train its missiles on U.S. missile defenses in Europe unless we and our NATO partners agree to terms with Moscow regarding how the system can be built and operated. So declared Russian President Dmitry Medvedev recently. It’s certainly not the first time Russia has threatened retaliation for U.S. efforts…

  • WebMemo posted June 20, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D., Baker Spring, Michaela Dodge Reset Regret: Obama’s Cold War–Style Arms Control Undermines U.S.–Russian Relations

    In March 2009, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented her Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, with a red button symbolizing a new “reset” policy with the Russian Federation. Prophetically, and as a result of an incompetent translation, the letters on the button read “overload” instead of “reset.” The Obama Administration’s “reset” policy has been merely a list…

  • WebMemo posted June 15, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Reset Regret: U.S. Should Rethink Relations with Russian Leaders

    For the past two years, the Obama Administration has touted its Russia “reset policy” as one of its great diplomatic achievements. The President spent an inordinate amount of time cultivating Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and making him his principal diplomatic interlocutor—despite the fact that Medvedev is Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s appointed protégé with no…

  • Commentary posted January 25, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Moscow Airport Bomb: A Moment of Truth for Russia and Medvedev

    Russia is mourning and burying its dead. But yesterday’s terrorist attack in the Domodedovo International Airport leaves more than pain in its wake. It also stands as evidence of a major policy failure in the north Caucasus, a patchwork of seven republics that flank Russia’s southwestern border. That policy now threatens to destabilize southern Russia, spark an…

  • Backgrounder posted September 16, 2010 by Sally McNamara Russia’s Proposed New European Security Treaty: A Non-Starter for the U.S. and Europe

    Abstract: In several ways, Russia’s proposed new European Security Treaty would undermine European security—the opposite of its stated purpose—not least of all by sharply limiting NATO’s ability to act and to accept new members. Instead of adding to the existing European architecture and treaties, the U.S. and its European allies should work to advance relations with…

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  • Commentary posted June 1, 2012 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Russia's Double-Headed Government

    Last week, the Russian capital played a great parlor game: who is in and who's out in the Putin presidential administration and Dmitri Medvedev's cabinet. More important for U.S. policy makers is understanding the contradictory nature of the new double-headed government Mr. Putin has created. By applying the Roman dictum "divide and rule," Putin has enhanced his…

  • Commentary posted January 25, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Moscow Airport Bomb: A Moment of Truth for Russia and Medvedev

    Russia is mourning and burying its dead. But yesterday’s terrorist attack in the Domodedovo International Airport leaves more than pain in its wake. It also stands as evidence of a major policy failure in the north Caucasus, a patchwork of seven republics that flank Russia’s southwestern border. That policy now threatens to destabilize southern Russia, spark an…

  • Commentary posted November 28, 2011 by Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D. Meeting the Missile Threat

    With Russian President Dmitry Medvedev issuing threats about America’s planned missile defense for Europe, it may be time to remind the Obama administration why we need such defenses in the first place - in Europe and elsewhere. Plainly put, we live in a dangerous world, and we need to do everything possible to remain safe.Iran and North Korea are trying to acquire the…

  • Commentary posted November 23, 2011 by Baker Spring, Michaela Dodge Medvedev Threatens, While Team Obama Prepares for Defense Cuts

    The Russian bear is growling. Again. Russia will train its missiles on U.S. missile defenses in Europe unless we and our NATO partners agree to terms with Moscow regarding how the system can be built and operated. So declared Russian President Dmitry Medvedev recently. It’s certainly not the first time Russia has threatened retaliation for U.S. efforts…

  • Lecture posted July 24, 2012 by Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D., Rebeccah Heinrichs, Baker Spring, Jeff Kueter Open Microphone: What’s Behind President Obama’s Missile Defense Comments?

    Abstract: During the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul, President Obama, in an exchange with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, stated: “On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this can be solved, but it’s important for him [incoming Russian President Vladimir Putin] to give me space.” “This is my last election,” he continued. “After my election I have…

  • WebMemo posted June 15, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Reset Regret: U.S. Should Rethink Relations with Russian Leaders

    For the past two years, the Obama Administration has touted its Russia “reset policy” as one of its great diplomatic achievements. The President spent an inordinate amount of time cultivating Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and making him his principal diplomatic interlocutor—despite the fact that Medvedev is Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s appointed protégé with no…

  • WebMemo posted June 20, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D., Baker Spring, Michaela Dodge Reset Regret: Obama’s Cold War–Style Arms Control Undermines U.S.–Russian Relations

    In March 2009, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented her Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, with a red button symbolizing a new “reset” policy with the Russian Federation. Prophetically, and as a result of an incompetent translation, the letters on the button read “overload” instead of “reset.” The Obama Administration’s “reset” policy has been merely a list…

  • Backgrounder posted September 16, 2010 by Sally McNamara Russia’s Proposed New European Security Treaty: A Non-Starter for the U.S. and Europe

    Abstract: In several ways, Russia’s proposed new European Security Treaty would undermine European security—the opposite of its stated purpose—not least of all by sharply limiting NATO’s ability to act and to accept new members. Instead of adding to the existing European architecture and treaties, the U.S. and its European allies should work to advance relations with…

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  • WebMemo posted June 20, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D., Baker Spring, Michaela Dodge Reset Regret: Obama’s Cold War–Style Arms Control Undermines U.S.–Russian Relations

    In March 2009, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented her Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, with a red button symbolizing a new “reset” policy with the Russian Federation. Prophetically, and as a result of an incompetent translation, the letters on the button read “overload” instead of “reset.” The Obama Administration’s “reset” policy has been merely a list…

  • WebMemo posted June 15, 2011 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Reset Regret: U.S. Should Rethink Relations with Russian Leaders

    For the past two years, the Obama Administration has touted its Russia “reset policy” as one of its great diplomatic achievements. The President spent an inordinate amount of time cultivating Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and making him his principal diplomatic interlocutor—despite the fact that Medvedev is Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s appointed protégé with no…

  • Backgrounder posted September 16, 2010 by Sally McNamara Russia’s Proposed New European Security Treaty: A Non-Starter for the U.S. and Europe

    Abstract: In several ways, Russia’s proposed new European Security Treaty would undermine European security—the opposite of its stated purpose—not least of all by sharply limiting NATO’s ability to act and to accept new members. Instead of adding to the existing European architecture and treaties, the U.S. and its European allies should work to advance relations with…

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