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This was briefly covered over at Robert Amsterdam blog, and I noticed the minor flurry of reactions to it, so I thought I’d chime in. The other day, Pres. Medvedev announced Russia’s plan for regulating its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). … Continue reading
A few hours ago, Pres. Obama arrived in London for the G20 summit. On the eve of the first date between Pres. Obama and Medvedev (‘Obedev’), the excitement is palpable. Whereas many have addressed Obama’s likely cold reception from all … Continue reading
I usually do not cover this issue, as you can generally find all things Khodorkovsky over at the Robert Amsterdam blog and in the Western Media. But an issue, and more importantly a dispute, is arising that could have potentially … Continue reading
As Secretary of State Clinton prepares to sit down with Foreign Minister Lavrov tomorrow in Geneva, hopefully someone on her staff will point out two largely unnoticed pieces of legislation introduced by Pres. Medvedev last week. The legislation reforms … Continue reading
Today The Russia Monitor was privileged to attend an event at The National Press Club entitled, U.S. and Russia: A Window of Opportunity. Speaking at the event were Thomas Pickering, Undersecretary of State from 1997-2000 and Robert C. McFarlane, National … Continue reading