Alexander Kliment

Eurasia Group

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Director of Emerging Markets Strategy for the Eurasia Group, a political risk consulting firm headquartered in New York; former reporter for the Financial Times

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Another airstrike today killed at least 15 people on the rebel-held side of Aleppo, a besieged city that hasn’t seen humanitarian assistance since last July.

Syria pushes US-Russia relations to new low

Another airstrike today killed at least 15 people on the rebel-held side of Aleppo, a besieged city that hasn’t seen humanitarian assistance since last July.

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A day after the US announced its fourth round of sanctions on Russia, the  European Union weighed in  with its own list of assets freezes and visa bans on senior Russian military and…

EU Follows US in Imposing Russia Sanctions

A day after the US announced its fourth round of sanctions on Russia, the European Union weighed in with its own list of assets freezes and visa bans on senior Russian military and…

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