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  • Affiliation : Director, Carnegie Moscow Center
  • Affiliation : Editor-in-Chief of the Mezhdunarodnaya Zhizn (International Affairs) journal
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Further developments in Ukraine, Russia’s relations with the West and the neighbors: what should we expect?

Armen Oganesyan, Andrey Suzdaltsev, Dmitri Trenin

Events of the night from February 21 to 22 changed not only the Russian foreign policy but, to my mind, relations between Russia and the West and deeply influenced international relations. Russia stopped its geopolitical retreat and shifted from passivity, not only in Ukrainian issue, but in its foreign policy generally, to active approach.

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Trialogue Club International Meeting, March 5, 2014

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