The development of non-nuclear weapons that can strike distant targets in a short period of time has been a U.S. goal for over a decade now.
Azerbaijan votes in a presidential election on October 9, and there is little doubt as to who the winner will be.
Dmitri Trenin participated in a live Twitter Q&A on the situation in Syria, the G20 summit, and the U.S.-Russia relations.
Marwan Muasher and Andrew S. Weiss will respond to questions on the situation in Syria, the likely implications of a U.S.-led attack, and what to expect in terms of Putin-Obama dynamics at the G20 meeting.
Ten years after its initial release, Black Garden remains the definitive account of war and peace between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and the conflict over Nagorny Karabakh.
Since the Boston Marathon bombings, Russia’s relationship with its Muslim minorities has become the focus of intense scrutiny in the West.
U.S.-Russian public health cooperation has led to extraordinary achievements, from the development and production of the Sabin polio vaccine to the eradication of smallpox. But the full potential of this collaboration has not yet been achieved.
Despite limited international engagement with Belarus, the situation in the country continues to evolve.
Residential housing is the second-largest energy consumer in Ukraine after heavy industry. It accounts for 30 percent of the country’s total energy needs. The sector’s energy inefficiency is viewed as a critical factor in Ukraine’s dependence on Russian gas.
Following last October’s elections, Georgia is living through an unprecedented state of “cohabitation” between president and prime minister and a very lively parliament.