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Fyodor Lukyanov

Fyodor Lukyanov is editor in chief of the journal Russia in Global Affairs, Chairman of Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy.

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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

Russia's relations with the West are ruined for long time (1)

Although many difficulties still lie ahead, from now on the conflict will be resolved through political, rather than military means

Russia focuses on eliminating Middle East terrorist threat (1)

Increased terrorist activity in the Middle East has Russia rethink its foreign policy, and support the Arab League's intention of a "comprehensive treaty of collective security."

U.S.-Russia Split Over Ukraine Gives Islamic State Upper Hand (1)

Islamic State fighters have plenty of reason to hate Putin in light of Russia supplying their foe Syrian President Bashar Assad with weapons throughout that country's conflict, and it would be a mistake to assume their video warning is an empty threat.

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