Ben Aris argues that whilst the economic outlook for Russia in 2015 is bad, it is not disastrous. Russia still has the means to manage the current combination of a falling rouble and low oil prices, but requires major reforms if it is to avoid long-term stagnation.
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Dr William Pomeranz argues that the Brisbane meeting of the G20 is unlikely to change the calculus of any of the major actors in the Ukraine crisis, with Russia’s actions leaving it an outlier within the group of developed states.
With increasingly tense Russia-West relations, Moscow is turning to China for political and economic cover. As the G20 Summit nears, ELN Researcher Joseph Dobbs asks just how strong is Russia’s China card?
Following a Summit in Tajikistan, ELN Researcher Joseph Dobbs discusses the potential implications of an expanding Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, and why we need to be talking about it.
Chris Weafer assesses the impact of ‘self-sanctions’ on the Russian economy.