Nabi Abdullaev

Business 1 month ago

Russia’s Top 4 Business Risks in 2018 (Op-ed)

Russia’s Top 4 Business Risks in 2018 (Op-ed)

Business 1 month ago

Sanctions, infighting between the elite and popular protests could all make Russia a more difficult place for foreign business next year

Opinion 2 months ago

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

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

Opinion 2 months ago

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

Opinion 3 months ago

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

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

Opinion 3 months 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 4 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 4 months ago

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

News 5 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 5 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.

3 years ago

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

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

3 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).