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This blog provides in depth coverage and analysis of developments throughout the region with original content by members and guest commentary from experts.
- Mar 10, 2014
By Gordon M. Hahn
Why was there no jihadist attack at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games? As the XXII Winter Olympics got under way in Sochi, observers focused on the various terrorist threats hanging over the Games. U.S. National Counter-Terrorism Center Director Matthew Olson told Congress that U.S. and Russian intelligence were tracking several threats with “varying degrees” of credibility.
- Feb 24, 2014
With the sudden collapse of the government and the flight of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych from Kyiv, Ukraine has entered into a period of major uncertainties. The next few weeks will be critical as Ukraine prepares for elections now scheduled for the end of May. The situation remains extremely fluid, and all of the major outside players—the U.S., European Union, and Russia—have an interest in preventing a resumption of violence. Their actions will play a major role in determining whether Ukraine gets back on its feet.