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Fyodor Lukyanov. Foreign Affairs. 2016. No. 3. P. 30-37.
In February, Moscow and Washington issued a joint statement announcing the terms of a “cessation of hostilities” in Syria—a truce agreed to by major world powers, regional players, and most of the participants in the Syrian civil war.
Added: May 4, 2016
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Yavlinsky G. A. Foreign Affairs. 1998. No. June.

Russia faces a watershed decision. The vital question for Russia is whether it will become a quasi-democratic oligarchy with corporatist, criminal characteristics or take the more difficult, painful road to becoming a normal, Western-style democracy with a market economy. Communism is no longer an option. That was settled in the 1996 presidential election.

Added: Feb 6, 2015
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Lukin A. Foreign Affairs. 2014. Vol. 93. No. July/August. P. 85-93.

The solution to the Ukrainian crisis lies in providing international guarantees for both Ukraine’s neutral status and the protection of its Russian-speaking population. The alternative would be far, far worse: Ukraine could well break apart, drawing Russia and the West into another prolonged confrontation.

Added: Oct 17, 2015