RUSSIA & UKRAINE – Johnson’s Russia List table of contents & links :: JRL 2019-#32 :: Wednesday, 27 February 2019
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Johnson’s Russia List :: JRL 2019-#32 :: Wednesday, 27 February 2019
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1. Russia Matters: How Big a Threat Is Russia? RM Staff interview with Graham Allison.
2. AP: Russia Presses Case for Greater Control Over Its Internet.
3. TASS: Kremlin says cyber attacks against Russia perpetually initiated from US territory.
4. Sputnik: Trump Personally Approved US Military’s Cyberattack Against Russia – Report.
5. Asia Times: Giovanni Pigni, Concern over plan to build ‘Russian internet.’ Moscow says it needs to prepare for a possible cyberwar, but critics say it wants control of the Net.
6. Russian International Affairs Council: Anastasia Tolstukhina, Two Cyber Resolutions Are Better Than None. [russiancouncil.ru/en/analytics-and-comments/analytics/two-cyber-resolutions-are-better-than-none/]
7. Bear Market Brief: Congress publishes new DASKA text.
[Bill Text: congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-bill/482/text#toc-id8ECC7DE75C5F408089FFD9B1C838ECEB]
8. Sputnik: US’ New Russia Sanctions Bill Bans Americans From Buying Russian Sovereign Debt.
9. Financial Times: ‘Chaotic’ sanctions against Russia have failed, says Navalny. Putin critic claims they miss target and US and UK avoid tackling dirty money.
10. Asia Times: Russian oil’s digital dance around the dollar. The State Duma plans to review and adopt laws on cryptocurrency regulations as early as next month.
11. Valdai Discussion Club: Evgeny Buzhinsky, Middle East: Everyone for Himself.[valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/middle-east-everyone-for-himself/]
12. Washington Post: Top general wants key nuclear pact with Russia expanded to include new weapons.
13. Gazeta.ru: Website details Russia response to US INF treaty withdrawal.
14. Washington Times: Edward Lozansky, Are we sleepwalking into nuclear disaster?
15. The ASAN Forum: Does Russia Have a Viable Strategy to Become an Independent Pole in Eurasia? Positive Scenario I by Alexander Lukin. [theasanforum.org/category/alternative-scenarios/?post_id=9372&c_id=9379#content_wrap]
16. RFE/RL: From ‘Not Us’ To ‘Why Hide It?’: How Russia Denied Its Crimea Invasion, Then Admitted It.
17. TASS: Ukraine’s election to change nothing in bilateral relations, 59% of Russians tell pollster.
18. Intellinews.com: Poroshenko’s team hit by defence industry corruption scandal, Tymoshenko starts impeachment process.
19. http://thesaker.is: Russia Slides Towards Internal Political Crisis (MUST SEE SouthFront video report!) [thesaker.is/russia-slides-towards-internal-political-crisis-must-see-southfront-video-report/]
20. Wall Street Journal: Holman Jenkins, The Media Will Re-Elect Trump. They would rather believe tall tales about Russia than hear what voters said in 2016.
21. www.strategic-culture.org: Patrick Armstrong, McCarthyism Then and Now: But There Was Reality Then. [strategic-culture.org/news/2019/02/27/mccarthyism-then-and-now-but-there-was-reality-then.html]