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Frozen Conflicts in Eurasia: The Cyprus Analogy Article
Cyprus President Dimitris Christofias addresses reporters during a news conference on long-running negotiations with breakaway Turkish Cypriots to reunify the war-divided island at the Presidential Palace in the divided capital Nicosia, Wednesday, March 21, 2012. (AP/Petros Karadjias)

Frozen Conflicts in Eurasia: The Cyprus Analogy

Samuel Charap explains what Western policymakers can learn from Cyprus in dealing with Georgia’s secessionist conflicts with Abkhazia and South Ossetia and its inter-state conflict with Russia.

Samuel Charap

In Russia, Turning Back the Clock In the News

In Russia, Turning Back the Clock

Mr. Putin’s return in 2012 will drastically reduce the chances that Russia will evolve into a stable democracy over time, writes Samuel Charap.

Samuel Charap

Reset This In the News

Reset This

Sam Charap examines the crisis behind U.S.-Russia relations.

Samuel Charap

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