Meeting Reports Summaries of those Institute lectures of greatest relevance to the general public and policy-making community. Putin's State-Building Project: The Case of Law Enforcement
Russian Politics under President Vladimir Putin: Current State and Prospects Russian Politics under President Vladimir Putin: Current State and Prospects
New Challenges for Putin'sForeignPolicy byAndreiP. Tsygankov AndreiP.Tsygankov ( email@example.com ) is associate professor at San Francisco State University and author, most recently, of Russia'sForeignPolicy: Change and Continuity in National Identity (Rowman&Littlefield, forthcoming).
The vote showed ex-KGB officer Putin, who has moved to restore central control since succeeding Boris Yeltsin in 2000, was building a strong power base in a country rocked by instability in the
30 GAIKO FORUM SUMMER 2003 M y first connection with President Putin was in Moscow at the opening of an international judo tournament held in Russia in January 2000.
THE NATION'S NEWSPAPER Putin: 'No way back' from democracy By Judy Keen USA TODAY BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — After President Bush raised questions about Russia's commitment to democracy, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that any return of his nation to totalitarianism "would be ...
Putin: A New de Gaulle? PONARS Policy Memo No. 253 Matthew Evangelista Cornell University October 2002 In the weeks leading up to his election as president of Russia in March 2000, journalists asked Vladimir Putin which political leaders he found "most interesting."
PersPectives T his year, young people are coming out in record numbers to support their political candidates, not just in the United States but in Russia as well.
36 U.S.-Russia: Putin's Russia by Toby Trister Gati,* Senior International Advisor, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P. For the first time in Russian history, supreme executive power has been peacefully transferred via national democratic elections.
The Arbiter Considering (3) it is clear that oligarchs cannot appoint someone to this position Solution is an equilibrium, but how do you get there? Putin walks in and says: "You know, you can stop looking.