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Russian Cyber Operations: 2017 And Beyond

A EurasiaNet Partner Post from: Russia Matters As Russia’s alleged cyber-intrusions into U.S. affairs continue to grab headlines and defy easy explanation, the Cyber Security Project at Harvard’s Belfer Center convened a panel of experts on Russia, cyber security and […]

Armenia: Is Concern About Domestic Violence A Liberal Value?

Armenia: Is Concern About Domestic Violence A Liberal Value?

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Legislation aimed at preventing domestic violence in Armenia has been scuttled after opponents charged that it is a European attempt to undermine traditional Armenian values. The draft law, titled “Prevention of and the Struggle against Domestic Violence” was published in […]

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Russia: Migration Helping to ‘Russify’ Crimea

A sudden and sizable demographic shift, driven mainly by migration, is helping Russia cement its grip on the Crimean peninsula. After the Kremlin’s annexation of Crimea, at least 150,000 people have moved to the peninsula mainly from Russia, but also […]

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Trump: Making Russia Great Again

A EurasiaNet Partner Post from: Coda How did Russian media cover the U.S. inauguration? “When Donald Trump thanked the people of the world in his inaugural speech, Vladimir Putin must have thought to himself, ‘You are welcome,’” said Dmitry Kiselyov, […]