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The Russia Foundation invites commentary from renowned Russia experts and Kremlin-watchers from both Russia and the West. Here you will find insightful articles exclusive to the Russia Foundation detailing unique positions on some of Russia’s most discussed issues.


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Vladimir Putin’s Culture War

From Russia Foundation chairman David Clark.

Changes in Eastern Europe’s Natural Gas Relations with Russia

In a guest post for the Russia Foundation website, Radu Dudau from the University of Bucharest & Romania Energy Center discusses changes in Europe's gas market and the impact on Russian supplies.

Where will economic reform in Russia come from?

In a guest post for the Russia Foundation website, Dr. Richard Connolly, an expert from the University of Birmingham on the WTO and specialist in the political economy of the post-socialist region, examines the possibilities for economic reform in Russia.

Russia Joins the WTO

From Russia Foundation chairman David Clark.

Russia, Syria and the Return of Putin: Where Now for Russia’s Foreign Policy?

Professor Margot Light from the London School of Economics, in a guest post blog for the Russia Foundation website, writes about President Putin's new foreign policy objectives and the country's goals in the Middle East after the Arab Spring.

Russia in WTO: Will it Stick to the Rules?

In a guest post blog for the Russia Foundation website, Kristiina Ojuland, former foreign minister of Estonia from 2002 to 2005 and current serving Estonian Member of the European Parliament, gives her assessment of whether Russia will stick to the rules following its accession to the WTO.

An analysis of Russia’s accession to the WTO

In a guest post blog for the Russia Foundation website, Fredrik Erixon, Director of the European Centre for International Political Economy, and panellist at our most recent event in London, analyses the potential benefits of Russ

Russia and the WTO

In a guest post blog for the Russia Foundation website, Igor Danchenko, former senior research analyst at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C.