Latest Media Appearances
On January 27, The New York Times published an article concerning Russia's military modernization and its impact on the Ukraine crisis. In the article, Jamestown Board Member, General Philip M. Breedlove (ret.) and Jamestown analyst, Dr. Pavel Luzin, were interviewed. Dr. Luzin was quoted as stating... MORE
On January 9, The New York Times ran an article on a scandal involving Hong Kong government elites that featured an interview with Jamestown Senior Fellow Dr. Willy Wo-Lap Lam.
On January 8, Al Jazeera interviewed Amb. Matthew Bryza regarding the causes and regional implications of the political turmoil in Kazakhstan.
A November 17 article in Polygraph.info quotes Jamestown Senior Fellow Margarita Assenova on Belarusian leader Lukashenka's leverage of gas supplies on the migrant crisis on the border with Poland. Assenova was quoted on the influence of Russia on Lukashenka's decisions: “Decisions to suspend supplies to... MORE
An October 27 article in Der Speigel International quotes Jamestown Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski on the rising ethnonationalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina led by Bosnian-Serb leader Milorad Dodik: "Balkan expert Janusz Bugajski of the Jamestown Foundation in Washington has outlined the possibility of an escalation... MORE
An August 25 article in The New Arab quotes Jamestown Senior Fellow Sergey Sukhankin regarding Russia's continued interests in Libya and how it uses private military companies to secure those gains.
A July 22 article by Disruption Banking on the Russian Northern Sea Route cites Jamestown Senior Fellow Sergey Sukhankin, who points out that Russia's aging infrastructure and the political elite's negligence are likely to turn the Northern Sea Route plan into an environmental disaster.
The Washington Post's July 20 editorial on Moldova's recent parliamentary elections cites a recent article in Eurasia Daily Monitor by Jamestown Senior Fellow, Vladimir Socor, who points out that the Kremlin's apparent withdrawal of support for the Socialist Party of former president Igor Dodon had... MORE
Jamestown Senior Fellow Vladimir Socor commented on the results of Moldova's elections of July 2021 for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. According to Socor, the epoch of a "coalition nightmare" in the country has ended. Before, Moldovan politicians were busier with power distribution than with reforms.... MORE
On July 6, Foreign Policy published an analytic article about Russia's Wagner Group, investigating if such a private military unit indeed exists. The article included an explanation by Sergey Sukhankin, who noted, “Ukraine was basically the beginning, the departure point for the Wagner Group,” and... MORE