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213 PONARS EURASIA POLICY Memo 3 (2012) (discussing historically how a large segment of the Russian population has traded their political voice for economic benefits that raise their standard of living).
PONARS Memo, 432 Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, PONARS Policy Memo No.
7) Robert Orttung, "Causes and Consequences of Corruption in Putin's Russia," PONARS Policy Memo No.
26 PONARS, Program on New Approaches to Russian Security Policy Memo Series, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Kimberly Marten, "Understanding the Impact of the K2 Closure," PONARS Policy Memo No.
1999), "Lessons from Russia's Experience with Market-Oriented Reform", PONARS Policy Memo 85, Harvard University, USA.
For detailed analyses of differences between the positions of China and Russia regarding BMD, see Pavel Podvig, Putin' s Boost-Phase Defense: The Offer That Wasn't, PONARS Policy Memo 180 (Washington, D.
26) Dmitry Gorenburg, "What Russia's Military Operation in Syria Can Tell Us About Advances in its Capabilities," PONARS Policy Memo 424, March 2016, http://www.
Sullivan, "The Coming Fall of Kabul," PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo 386, George Washington University (September 2015), http://www.