Category Archives: Medvedev

Feb 11 2012

Kazakhstan: The Myth of Stability

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By Liana Fix The 16th of December was meant to be a jubilant day in Kazakhstan. Parallel to the unveiling of a Paris-style triumphal arch in Astana, all major cities celebrated the 20th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s independence. But in Zhanaozen, … Continue reading

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Apr 21 2011

The European Security Treaty: ‘The Moor has done his duty, let him go’?

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 By Dmitry Danilov The idea of a legally binding European Security Treaty (EST), voiced by Dmitry Medvedev in June 2008 in Berlin during his first European visit as the President of Russia, stirred up a keen interest. He left the … Continue reading

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Nov 13 2008

Obama and Medvedev – Improving US-Russian Relations

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By Artemy Kalinovsky After Dmitry Medvedev delivered his message to the Federation Council here last week, news outlets in the U.S. and Britain jumped on the Russian president’s seemingly hostile rhetoric regarding the planned missile defense system to be placed … Continue reading

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