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Jamestown Foundation

The mission of the Jamestown Foundation is to inform and educate policy makers and the broader policy community about events and trends in those societies which are strategically or tactically important to the United States and which frequently restrict access to such information. Utilizing indigenous and primary sources, Jamestown’s material is delivered without political bias, filter or agenda. It is often the only source of information which should be, but is not always, available through official or intelligence channels, especially in regard to Eurasia and terrorism. Website: www.jamestown.org/
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Future Scenarios on the New Silk Road: Security, Strategy and the SCO

19 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Xi's Bold Foreign Policy Agenda: Beijing's Pursuit of Global Influence and the Growing Risk of Sino-U.S. Rivalry

19 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Putin Mobilizes Forces Preparing to Fight With NATO and US

19 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Pro-Russian Georgian Politicians Offer New Political Illusions to Georgian Public

19 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Kadyrov's Future Hangs in the Balance After Nemtsov Murder

19 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Is Belarus's Name Recognition on the Mend?

18 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Leadership Change in Terek Cossack Military Points to Increasing Government Role

18 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Putin Celebrates First Anniversary of Seizing Crimea

17 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

New Kinds of Language Issues Heat up Across Eurasia

17 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

Putin's Disappearing Act May Be Sign of Leadership Crisis

16 March 2015 | Publisher: Jamestown Foundation | Document type: Country News

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