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Is Putin Still “Indispensable”?

Is Putin Still “Indispensable”?

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Unlikely Change in Russia’s Stance on Syria

Unlikely Change in Russia’s Stance on Syria

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Kyrgyzstan: Uncertain Future of Manas Transit Center

Kyrgyzstan: Uncertain Future of Manas Transit Center

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Eurasian Union – ‘Work in Progress’

Eurasian Union  – ‘Work in Progress’

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Can the U.S. and Russia Get Along?

Can the U.S. and Russia Get Along?

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On Elections, Protests and Anti-American Sentiment in Russia

On Elections, Protests and Anti-American Sentiment in Russia

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Blame Them, Not Us: Adoption as a Political Tool

Blame Them, Not Us: Adoption as a Political Tool

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2012: In Search of Russian Carrots and Sticks

2012: In Search of Russian Carrots and Sticks

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Year in Review: Russia 2011

Year in Review: Russia 2011

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United Against ‘United Russia’

United Against ‘United Russia’

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Nagging Cracks in U.S.-Russia Relations

Nagging Cracks in U.S.-Russia Relations

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Many Sides of Russian March

Many Sides of Russian March

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Blacklists Exchange: A Weaker Side of ‘Reset’?

Blacklists Exchange: A Weaker Side of ‘Reset’?

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Russian Elections: Putin for President?

Russian Elections: Putin for President?

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About the Author

Ania Viver
Ania Viver

Ania Viver is an editorial/research assistant at WorldAffairsJournal.org. She recently graduated with a masters degree from the John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall, where she focused on Foreign Policy and the South Caucasus region. Prior to moving to the US from her native Russia, Ania worked for six years as a trilingual assistant to the regional coordinator on international programs.

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