Mark Galeotti

New York University

Guest

Security expert at New York University's Center for Global Affairs, currently in Moscow

Mark Galeotti on KCRW

Russia reportedly gave the US less than an hour's notice of airstrikes today near the city of Homs in Western Syria.

Are Russian Airstrikes in Syria a Challenge to the United States?

Russia reportedly gave the US less than an hour's notice of airstrikes today near the city of Homs in Western Syria.

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A Moscow court today convicted the anti-corruption crusader and opposition leader  Aleksei Navalny  of criminal fraud charges.

Russia Opposition Leader Given Suspended Sentence, Brother Arrested

A Moscow court today convicted the anti-corruption crusader and opposition leader Aleksei Navalny of criminal fraud charges.

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When Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, President Obama wanted to “re-set” relations with Russia. How times have changed.

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When Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, President Obama wanted to “re-set” relations with Russia. How times have changed.

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