Category Archives: Russia

Mar 31 2014

Nationalism in Russia and Europe: Workshop Summary

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By Ben Ryan, researcher for the religion and society think tank Theos.   A few weeks ago it is probably fair to say that the point of a workshop on Russian and East European nationalisms and identities would probably have … Continue reading

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Aug 5 2013

Globalisation: Many Indias, many Russias

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    By Dr Tomila Lankina, Senior Lecturer at LSE International Relations Department. Dr Lankina explains the ever-widening developmental disparities at a subnational level in both India and Russia. This is the first of two posts examining parallels and bilateral … Continue reading

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Mar 21 2013

Russo-Chinese Energy Relations: Never-ending Foreplay?

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By David Koranyi, Deputy Director of the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center in Washington, DC.   As the officially anointed Chinese President Xi Jinping is on his first state visit abroad to Moscow, speculations are abound about a long-awaited breakthrough in … Continue reading

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