The Kremlin’s activist foreign policy is expanding Russian global influence at a time when the United States and other Western countries are increasingly divided or consumed by domestic problems.  The Return of Global Russia project will examine the Kremlin’s ambitions to become a player in far-flung parts of the world where its influence has long been written off, the tools it is relying upon to challenge the liberal international order, and practical Western policy options for how and when to respond to this new challenge.

The Return of Global Russia

Vladimir Putin has launched a sustained campaign to restore Russia’s global influence. Learn more at Carnegie’s The Return of Global Russia.

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