Anders Åslund

Atlantic Council

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Anders Åslund is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and is a specialist on economic policy in Russia, Ukraine and East Europe. A former senior fellow at the Peterson Institute of International Economics and the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, from 1994-1997, Åslund served as an economic advisor to the president of Ukraine.

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Up until now, President Trump and his staff have been bitterly critical about the consensus of all US intelligence agencies: that Russia tried to influence last year's election, with…

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Russian troops are poised on the Eastern Ukrainian border as the US and Russia trade charges of manufacturing political crises in that troubled country.

The Temperature Rises in Europe's Latest Hot Spot

Russian troops are poised on the Eastern Ukrainian border as the US and Russia trade charges of manufacturing political crises in that troubled country.

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Today, the White House and all of Washington are embracing Ukraine's interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk  — chosen by revolutionaries who overturned an elected government.

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Today, the White House and all of Washington are embracing Ukraine's interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk  — chosen by revolutionaries who overturned an elected government.

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