Maximilian Hess on why gaining concessions from the US is more important to the Kremlin than forcibly returning Ukraine to its sphere of influence
Anton Barbashin looks at what the Putin-Biden e-meeting has achieved for Ukraine, Russia and NATO
Natasha Kuhrt and Marcin Kaczmarski on NATO’s positioning towards Moscow and Beijing
Igor Gretskiy examines Russia’s readiness to join NATO in the 1990s
Sergey Radchenko on who is “to blame” for the divorce of Russia and the West
In a context of economic stagnation, arms production remains a priority for Moscow. The GPV-2027 spending priorities are a useful indicator of the Kremlin’s long-term political mindset.
Moscow’s foreign policy experts are saying the Kremlin’s foreign policy must change—but it’s too little, too late