Vladislav Inozemtsev

Opinion 3 weeks ago

Russia’s Mysterious Pension Reform (Op-ed)

Russia’s Mysterious Pension Reform (Op-ed)

Opinion 3 weeks ago

Pension reform is unpopular and politically dangerous, so why is the Kremlin suddenly determined to implement it?

Opinion 2 years ago

No Quick Fix for Russian Economy (Op-Ed)

No Quick Fix for Russian Economy (Op-Ed)

Opinion 2 years ago

This year got off to a bad start. Oil prices fell to below $30 per barrel and a budget deficit of at least 5 percent seemed inevitable. But now Russia's political elite ...

Opinion 2 years ago

A Struggling Ukraine Is Bad News for Russians

A Struggling Ukraine Is Bad News for Russians

Opinion 2 years ago

As a Muscovite, it seemed to me in 2004 that the events unfolding in Ukraine would determine the future of Russia.

Opinion 2 years ago

Putin at the UN: Sorting Optimism From Reality (Op-Ed)

Putin at the UN: Sorting Optimism From Reality (Op-Ed)

Opinion 2 years ago

President Vladimir Putin's speech before the UN General Assembly this coming Monday has every chance of becoming the main Russian foreign policy event of the year, writes columnist Vladislav Inozemtsev.

Opinion 3 years ago

Putin Is Waking Up From Chinese Pipe Dream

Putin Is Waking Up From Chinese Pipe Dream

Opinion 3 years ago

Russia's President Vladimir Putin is currently in Beijing to attend a celebration of the 70th anniversary of Allied Powers' victory over Japan in World War II.

Opinion 3 years ago

Russia Is Following the Belarussian Example

Russia Is Following the Belarussian Example

Opinion 3 years ago

Belarus has taken many dubious and even strange steps in recent years that Russia has dutifully emulated like a devoted pupil.

Opinion 3 years ago

EU Can Win the Battle for Its Eastern Neighbors

EU Can Win the Battle for Its Eastern Neighbors

Opinion 3 years ago

The Eastern Partnership summit began in Riga yesterday. It brings together six former Soviet republics that are striving, in various degrees, to cooperate with the European Union.

Opinion 3 years ago

Russia Should Rethink Victory Day

Russia Should Rethink Victory Day

Opinion 3 years ago

Russia needs to rethink how it celebrates Victory Day, writes columnist Vladislav Inozemtsev.

Opinion 3 years ago

Russians Must Say No to Isolation, Yes to Europe

Russians Must Say No to Isolation, Yes to Europe

Opinion 3 years ago

Last spring, after Russia annexed Crimea and began intervening in eastern Ukraine, the United States and the European Union introduced sanctions against Russian individuals and businesses.

Opinion 3 years ago

Russia Must Stop Glorifying War in Ukraine

Russia Must Stop Glorifying War in Ukraine

Opinion 3 years ago

The ruble's rapid collapse at the end of 2014 — and the resulting rush to buy foreign currency, the mobs of shoppers snatching up consumer goods and the panic on the financial ...