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Dr. Cohen's discusses US- Russian relations on a leading Russian talk show, prime time Rossiya TV Channel

December 15, 2017

Dr. Cohen on BBC News: Trump in China

November 9, 2017

The Russian Military in Ukraine and Syria: Lessons for the United States (Event Video)

March 28, 2017

The Atlantic Council. March 28, 2017

The recent escalation of military activities in Donetsk and Luhansk in Eastern Ukraine and military power projection in Syria demonstrate massive improvements in Moscow’s military capabilities. Russia is using hybrid warfare and conventional military operations to achieve its geopolitical goals.

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Dr. Cohen on Russia 1 Show 60 Minutes Discussing House Intelligence Committee’s Russia Hearing

March 23, 2017

60 Minutes (60 Минут)Russia (Россия 1)

Dr. Cohen on BBC World News commenting on the meeting between President Trump and Chancellor Angela Merkel

March 20, 2017

BBC March 20, 2017

Dr. Cohen Speaks on Syrian Conflict on DOC TV

March 3, 2017

DOC TV

March 3, 2017

Dr. Cohen on Kazakhstan's Role in Syria

January 21, 2017

Telekanal Khabar"А.Коэн: Казахстан стал центральным игроком в процессе урегулирования ситуации в Сирии"

January 21, 2017

Dr. Cohen's Show on ETV

January 18, 2017

ETV“Реальная политика с Ариэлем Коэном”

January 18, 2017

Dr. Cohen Speaking on US Response to Russia on Fox News

December 30, 2016

Fox NewsUS Response to Russia: Too Little Too Late?

December 30, 2016

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Dr. Cohen on CNN

October 26, 2016

CNN

October 26, 2016

Dr. Cohen discussing Russian warships' withdrawal of refueling request.

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Dr. Ariel Cohen on Russian TV channel TVC

February 27, 2016

Dr. Ariel Cohen on Russian TV channel TVC

February 27, 2016

Dr. Cohen spoke on TVC’s talk show Pravo Znat about US-Russian relations.

Dr. Cohen on elections in Azerbaijan (Video)

November 2, 2015

i24 News Azerbaijan

November 2, 2015

Iran Nuclear Agreement (VIDEO)

September 4, 2015

Iran Nuclear Agreement C-SPAN

September 4, 2015

Panelists talked about the strengths and weaknesses of the Iran nuclear agreement.

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Glenn Beck Interviews Dr. Ariel Cohen (Video)

January 15, 2015

Ariel talks on Sky News

Fallout of the G7 August 2019

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Soft infrastructure development in Central Asia 2020

October 30, 2019

The resource-rich and geographically strategic region of Central Asia is continuing to evolve. Once isolated and impoverished, the Central Asian republics have broken free from their Soviet legacies to pursue new economic development strategies. Growing populations, rising energy demand, rapid urbanization, and increasing productivity necessitate the build-out of “hard infrastructure”: transportation, telecommunications, and energy networks. Policymakers in Central Asia therefore need to prioritize the “soft infrastructure” policies, governance, taxes, laws and regulations, to support the construction of these critical projects.

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A Breakthrough In American Energy Dominance? U.S. Navy Patents Compact Fusion Reactor

October 30, 2019

President Donald Trump’s energy dominance narrative – fueled by the prolific production of oil and gas from America’s Shale Gale – recently got a boost from the United States Navy. The US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division filed a patent for a compact fusion reactor (CFR) last month, one that claims to improve upon the shortcomings of the Lockheed Martin Skunkworks CFR that uses similar “plasma confinement” technology.

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THE STRATEGIC VACUUM TRUMP CREATED IN SYRIA WILL GROW TO HAUNT AMERICAN INTERESTS FOR A GENERATION

October 21, 2019

The retreat of a small U.S. military contingent in Northern Syria ordered by President Donald Trump, and the perceived abandonment of America's Kurdish Marxist YPG allies, who spilled blood fighting ISIS and Al Qaeda, reverberates beyond the Middle East.

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CITGO Key To Trump’s Venezuela Strategy

October 8, 2019

At last month’s United Nations General Assembly, the Lima Group, the U.S.-led coalition of 14 countries in the Americas seeking a solution to the Venezuela crisis, and the International Contact Group, reaffirmed its commitment to democracy and the rule of law.

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China's Giant $400 Billion Iran Investment Complicates U.S. Options

September 19, 2019

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called violent attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure in Abqaiq and Khurais “an act of war,” as evidence suggests that Iran is the culprit. This marks the most dangerous escalation between the U.S. and Iran since the seizure of the American embassy in Tehran. However, this confrontation has major implications for the growing U.S. – China strategic rivalry.

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Dr. Ariel Cohen discusses the Abqaiq-Khurais attacks and oil price volatility

September 18, 2019

Dr. Ariel Cohen discusses the Abqaiq-Khurais attacks and oil price volatility

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Elizabeth Warren's Green New Deal Scheme Won't Work

September 9, 2019

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) needs a new energy advisor. Late last week the Democratic presidential hopeful tweeted her plan to impose a nationwide ban on hydraulic fracturing and a suspension of all new fossil fuel drilling leases for offshore and public lands. She wants to ax the most promising American energy sectors on her first day in the Oval Office. The proposal may come from a place of valid concern for the Earth’s climate, but it also demonstrates a dangerous ignorance of global energy security and the U.S. economy. The harebrained scheme raises questions about Professor Warren’s fitness to serve as President.

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The Saudis have 'painted' themselves into a corner: Expert

February 18, 2019

Ariel Cohen of the Atlantic Council says Saudi Arabia "shot themselves in the head" regarding the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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RUSSIAN INTERPOL PRESIDENT? 'LIKE PUTTING A FOX IN CHARGE OF A HEN HOUSE,' EXPERTS SAY

February 18, 2019

Widespread public outcry is growing over the possibility that former Russian Interior Ministry official Alexander Prokopchuk could be elected as the president of Interpol, an international organization that facilitates cross-border cooperation between law enforcement agencies.

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Discussing the US relations with Turkey

February 14, 2019

The U.S. foreign policy is becoming more nationalist, says Ariel Cohen, non resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council.

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Ariel Interview with Yahoo Finance

February 1, 2019

Ariel Cohen: $100 million will not change Armenia's lagging behind Azerbaijan in terms of arsenal

October 23, 2018

Few days earlier, the Armenian side has approved the deal with Russia on weapons supply to Armenia through a $200 million deal. The Armenian government approved the first $ 100 million loan package, which will be extended to Armenia for 20 years.Some experts viewed it as another provocation by Yerevan ahead of the peace talks, while others argued that the deal hardly gives Armenia more power than those of Azerbaijan.

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NATO Should Stand Up Black Sea Command Before It’s Too Late

October 23, 2018

At its summit in Warsaw on July 8 and 9, NATO should take urgent steps to protect its allies and partners on its southeastern flank. Bulgaria, Romania, and Turkey, as well as Ukraine and Georgia, are all under severe pressure from Russia and require NATO assistance.

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As Russia and Iran Strengthen Ties, U.S. Should Support Key Ally Georgia

October 23, 2018

As the US is engaged in pre-election navel-gazing, Russia is not taking a summer nap. The Kremlin never sleeps, and especially not in August, and not during the Olympic season. The Beijing Olympics in 2008 coincided with the Russia-Georgian conflict, and the Ukrainian crisis developed during the Sochi Winter Olympics.

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Russia's Nord Stream II Pipeline Is Ukraine's Worst Nightmare

October 23, 2018

Ukraine is Russia’s gateway into European gas markets. Of the 193 billion cubic meters (bcm) Russia’s state-owned Gazprom pumped westward in 2017 – nearly 40 percent of Europe’s total supply – 93 bcm transited via Ukraine. Moscow, however, wants to change that, diminishing Ukraine’s transit role. Kyiv, on the other hand, hopes to maintain the current arrangement, as transit revenues contribute some USD 2-3 billion annually.

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