Nabi Abdullaev

Opinion 1 week ago

The Real Risks for Foreign Companies in Russia (Op-ed)

The Real Risks for Foreign Companies in Russia (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 week ago

The Doing Business ranking doesn’t capture the aspects that are most troubling for companies working in Russia

Opinion 1 month ago

The Murky Mechanics of Russia’s Governor Reshuffle (Op-ed)

The Murky Mechanics of Russia’s Governor Reshuffle (Op-ed)

Opinion 1 month ago

Aged governors, the regional barons with strong ties to regional political and business elites, are being replaced by younger, often little-known, bureaucrats.

Opinion 2 months ago

Understanding the Kremlin’s Decision-Making Is a Growing Challenge (Op-ed)

Understanding the Kremlin’s Decision-Making Is a Growing Challenge (Op-ed)

Opinion 2 months ago

In today’s Russia, who is really calling the shots?

News 3 months ago

Why New U.S. Sanctions Could Be a Ticking Time Bomb for Investors in Russia (Op-ed)

Why New U.S. Sanctions Could Be a Ticking Time Bomb for Investors in Russia (Op-ed)

News 3 months ago

Putin’s decision last month may be just the first response to new U.S. sanctions against Russia.

Business 2 years ago

Q&A: Learning How to Advertise in Russia

Q&A: Learning How to Advertise in Russia

Business 2 years ago

The Kaluga region, an hour's drive southwest of Moscow, has become a haven for investors.John Rose was among the first Americans to come and do business in the former Soviet Union, launching ...

City 2 years ago

Recipe: Chakapuli: How Spring Tastes in Georgia

Recipe: Chakapuli: How Spring Tastes in Georgia

City 2 years ago

When you return from Georgia, the sweats of local food withdrawal start torturing you almost immediately.

Business 2 years ago

Q&A: How to Make Foreign Business Love Russia

Q&A: How to Make Foreign Business Love Russia

Business 2 years ago

The Kaluga region, an hour's drive southwest of Moscow, has become a haven for investors.

2 years ago

Q&A With Russia's Realty Tycoon-Turned-Helicopter King

Q&A With Russia's Realty Tycoon-Turned-Helicopter King

2 years ago

A year ago, Russia's private helicopter market was virtually non-existent.

City 3 years ago

New Book Tells How Russia Took Crimea So Easily

New Book Tells How Russia Took Crimea So Easily

City 3 years ago

After the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, Ukraine had the second-largest armed forces in Europe (after Russia) and the fourth-largest in the world (after Russia, China and the United States).

Business 3 years ago

Q&A: Moscow City Vies for Investors, Despite Ukraine Tensions

Q&A: Moscow City Vies for Investors, Despite Ukraine Tensions

Business 3 years ago

Geopolitical turbulence or not, Moscow's City Hall will plod ahead with plans to double the share of private competitive investments into the city by 2025 to 30 percent of the total capital ...