Rosbalt | September 15, 2015
Vladimir Putin is unlikely to find common ground with Barack Obama on the crises in Syria and Ukraine at the UN General Assembly, says the president of the Center on Global Interests.
The Atlantic | September 4, 2015
What gave the panel value was the lineup of people, who disagreed on a number of important issues but all advanced the discussion beyond what we’re used to, writes the journalist who moderated the discussion.
Sputnik News | September 4, 2015
The successful negotiation of the Iran nuclear agreement could present an opportunity for the United States to coordinate more openly with Iran on mutual interests in Syria and Iraq, retired US career ambassador Thomas Pickering said at a Center on Global Interests conference on the Iran nuclear deal.
Kultura Newspaper | April 2, 2015
Publication calls CGI President a “bridge of dialogue between Moscow and Washington” in an interview about the Ukrainian crisis.
Lenta.ru | March 16, 2015
Russian media highlights key takeaways from CGI’s March 2015 report, “Putin’s Third Term: Assessments Amid Crisis,” co-authored by Harley Balzer, Richard Sakwa and Mark Galeotti.
Voice of America | March 12, 2015
Russia has entered an era of “developed Putinism” that marks a shift from the model followed during the Russian president’s first two terms, according to experts at CGI’s report launch on “Putin’s Third Term.”
VestiFM | February 4, 2015
CGI President Nikolai Zlobin discusses the shift in U.S. public opinion toward Russia amid the conflict in Ukraine.
Voice Of America | February 2, 2015
The most dangerous thing is impromptu politics, says Nikolai Zlobin at the Center’s report launch for “Scripts of Sovereignty: The Freezing of the Russia-Ukraine Crisis and Dilemmas of Governance in Eurasia” by Alexander Cooley of Columbia University.