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Odds, Ends, And Autocrats
How Russia Is Ruled
Mixed signals from the Kremlin, jittery oligarchs, and a crisis with no end in sight. What happens in Russia in the aftermath of Flight 17? More
Regional Smoke Detector
The bringing of formal charges against former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili constitutes a point of no return in the increasingly acrimonious standoff between the current and former leaderships. More
As Kyiv closes in on separatist positions in eastern Ukraine, questions linger over civilian casualties. More
Two former members of the Russian punk performance-art group Pussy Riot are reportedly seeking compensation from the Kremlin for "violation of their rights to freely express their opinions, to personal immunity, and to a fair trial." More
Blogging Central Asia
While Russia does maintain a series of levers in Central Asia -- cultural, economic, militaristic -- these levers will not remain in perpetuity. China doesn't yet dictate Central Asia's direction and sway, but it seems to be just a matter of time before it does.. More
Notes Of An Iran Watcher
Despite the regime's endorsement of capital punishment as a crime deterrent, a wave of mercy and forgiveness has gripped Iran. More
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