№ 2 April/June 2013
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Publisher's column

How to avoid second Afganistan (1)

The Malaysian Boeing crash in Ukraine – a predictable “black swan” regardless of which conflicting party downed the plane – can further worsen the international political crisis around Ukraine, yet it can also act as a spur to a way out.

Editor's column

Putin Has Stumbled in Ukraine (4)

Putin's departure from his usual realistic approach thrust Russia into a serious international crisis. The civil war in eastern Ukraine brought Moscow back from the global level to the local.

Reviews and essays

A New, Senseless Cold War Is Now Inevitable (1)

Turning points in history are rarely recognized as such by contemporaries. Even while following the news and sensing that something has gone wrong, people go about their lives in the usual way.

Former UK ambassador to Russia on the impasse in Ukraine (2)

This year has brought the chilliest phase in relations between Russia and the West since the end of the Cold War.

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