“Despite the recurrence of terrorist attacks, Putin has attempted to restore the delicate balance that once characterized the relationship between Russia and Muslim minority groups.”
A few women find themselves in positions of political power in a repressive state.
What does Trump’s rise mean for Russia?
On January 14, the Russian government banned fenya, the traditional slang of Russian prisons. Lina Volin ’19 explores how the ban is just one aspect of human rights issues in Russia, behind prison gates and outside of them.
By supporting the Assad government with military force and international promises, he changed the Syrian conflict from a proxy war to one openly involving international powers.
Rhea Kumar explores how the New Development Bank may change the global financial order.
Putin is “old school”; that is not a compliment.
Some may have thought that after Russia seized and annexed Crimea in March it would agree to a peaceful resolution of the crisis, but the Ukraine crisis has never been just about Crimea.