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Publisher's column

Russia needs to defend its interests with an iron fist (6)

The Ukraine crisis has exposed the failure of post-cold war policies

Editor's column

What the world needs is “19th century behavior”

The crisis in Ukraine has become a manifestation of conceptual and legal chaos in the international arena.


Reviews and essays

The man behind Putin’s pugnacity (1)

Sergey Karaganov breaks into a broad smile when asked why his two-decades-old ideas about Moscow “protecting” Russian speakers abroad are suddenly the centre of his country’s foreign policy.

Western Sanctions Are a Sign of Weakness

Unfortunately, today Ukraine cannot be regarded as a full-fledged state. To ignore this reality and to focus exclusively on the "Crimean problem" would be disingenuous and hypocritical.