Marshall Goldman

Harvard's Davis Denter for Russian Studies

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Senior Scholar at the Harvard University's Davis Center for Russian Studies and author of Petrostate: Putin, Power and the New Russia; Professor Emeritus of Russian Economics at Wellesley

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During a bitter cold snap, countries from France to Turkey are faced with growing shortages of natural gas. Ukraine says Russia's Gazprom monopoly has cut off all shipments to Europe.

Europe Shivers without Russian Gas

During a bitter cold snap, countries from France to Turkey are faced with growing shortages of natural gas. Ukraine says Russia's Gazprom monopoly has cut off all shipments to Europe.

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He's seen in the West as a throwback to the days of the Soviet Union: centralized power, control of the media, stifling of political opposition.

Russian Democracy and Putin's Power Politics

He's seen in the West as a throwback to the days of the Soviet Union: centralized power, control of the media, stifling of political opposition.

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