Russia and Eurasia
- Jan 25, 2016
Due to inclement weather, this event has been cancelled.
- Jan 13, 2016
The CSIS Europe Program and the Senate Arctic Caucus invite you to an event on:
National Security Challenges and Icebreaking Operations in the Arctic
Senators Lisa Murkowski (AK) and Angus King (ME)
- Dec 7, 2015
H.E. Tinatin Khidasheli
Defense Minister of Georgia
for a discussion on
A Complex Neighborhood: Assessing Georgia's Security Future
- Dec 3, 2015
The Russian annexation of Crimea has led to over two years of debate regarding Washington’s strategy towards Moscow. Today, with Ukraine somewhat quieter and seeming progress towards cooperation on Syria, are more cooperative approaches possible? What should be Washington’s goals in engaging with Russia, or responding to it on the global stage?
- Dec 1, 2015
Opening remarks by:
Daniel F. Runde
Director, Project on Prosperity and Development, and William A. Schreyer Chair in Global Analysis, CSIS
Panel discussion featuring:
Chairman, CEO, and President, Ethan Allen Interiors, Inc.
- Nov 13, 2015
8:00 am: Registration and Light Breakfast
8:30 am: Welcome Remarks by
Ms. Heather A. Conley
Senior Vice President for Europe, Eurasia and the Arctic, CSIS
Dr. Sławomir Dębski
Director, Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding
- Oct 27, 2015
The United States, China and Russia have developed competing visions for Central Asia. The U.S. and China both use the imagery of the Silk Road to describe their visions, but thus far dialogue between the two countries remains modest in scope and pace. At the same time, Russian-Chinese collaboration on Central Asia is growing quickly.
- Oct 26, 2015
The past two years have seen the Russian economy placed under immense strain. The combination of persistently low energy prices and Western sanctions tied to the conflict in Ukraine led to a substantial devaluation of the ruble and significant fiscal problems, heightening already serious concerns about the long-term viability of Russia’s economic model.
- Oct 8, 2015
Although separatist violations of the Ukrainian ceasefire are down, the Minsk-II accords are not being fulfilled in key areas. With more Russian-speakers fighting on the Ukrainian side, the conflict is not a civil war but a civilizational confrontation between Soviet Russophones seeking a future in Vladimir Putin’s “Russian World” and pro-European Russian and Ukrainian-speaking supporters of Ukraine's future in Europe.