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20 November 2014

The State of Human Rights in the United States

The Institute has released its annual report on human rights in the United States.

You can find it here.

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09 October 2014

On October 9, 2014 the Center for the National Interest in Washington, DC held a discussion the Ukrainian crisis: an Update from Moscow

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13 May 2014

On May 16th at the Center for the National Interest, Washington DC Andranik Migranyan (The Institute for Democracy and Cooperation) and Paul Saunders (The Center for The National Interest) answered questions regarding current situation in Ukraine.

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25 October 2013

The Institute for Democracy and Cooperation published its fifth annual report "The State of Human Rights in the U.S." 

You can download the full text here in English.

 

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15 August 2014

August 15th, 2014 the luncheon discussion of Russia’s policy in the Ukraine crisis at the Center for the National Interest in Washington

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How Russia Sees the Ukraine Crisis (The National Interest 13 October 2014)

Can a compromise be found?  Details>>

Analytical reports

The Institute for Democracy and Cooperation has as one of its main functions the task of studying and analyzing the US political, economic, and human rights landscape so as to inform the Russian audience of the general social climate in the States. Our research provides Russian citizens with information relevant to the improvement of US-Russian relations that encompasses all spheres of communications: from cultural to business overviews underlining the most politically salient issues of the day. Reports to date include Human Rights reports on the US from 2009 to 2011, the issue of gun ownership in the US, illegal immigration, issues of the US prison system, government debt, and the electoral process.

Our reports are routinely presented to the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C., the scholarly community in Russia that studies the US, as well as all American scholars in the field of US-Russian relations who speak Russian. These reports are published on our website and are free to download. You can find them (in Russian) on the Russian version of this webpage. Their English translations are forthcoming. 

The State of Human Rights in the U.S. 2013 

The Death of Maxim Kuzmin and the State of Mental Health Care in the United States

The United States After the First Obama Term

The State of Human Rights Protection in the United States 

 

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How Russia Sees the Ukraine Crisis (The National Interest 13 October 2014)

Can a compromise be found?  Details>>

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Don`t Rule Out Russia

Andranik Migranyan has published [3] in these spaces a serious critique of the article by Dmitri Trenin and myself in the International Herald Tribune advocating a high-level U.S.-Russian strategic dialogue. I find myself in agreement with many of his observations about the current state of U.S.-Russian relations. But his narrow focus on the current state of relations only underscores the need for such a dialogue.  Details>>
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