Mon, Mar 23, 2020
Russia is out of control. All of a sudden, it has launched an oil price war, even though it is unrealistic that the Kremlin can defeat Saudi Arabia and the United States in such a contest. Saudi Arabia’s population is one-fifth of Russia’s, while holding equivalent international currency reserves. The United States is still a net oil importer, meaning that its economy benefits from low oil prices. Russia, by contrast, is a major oil exporter and is utterly dependent on high oil prices.
New Atlanticist by Anders Åslund
Tue, Mar 17, 2020
Ukraine is having a bad month, and it only seems to be getting worse.
UkraineAlert by Melinda Haring
Sat, Feb 29, 2020
With the signing of a US-Taliban peace agreement, now might be a good time to look ahead to how Afghanistan might strengthen its economic connectivity with both its neighbors and more distant markets.
Long Take by Matthew Bryza
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