Stability and security in such a sensitive region can be improved with the involvement of the international communityRussia backs international presence Jun 04, 2009
No serious politician in Russia, and especially not President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, think that wayEU increases pressure on Russia Aug 25, 2008
Russia has already urged Tbilisi to take a responsible approach and it also counts on constructive cooperation from WashingtonRussia asks U.S. help with Georgia Aug 04, 2008
Ukraine's accession to NATO will cause a deep crisis in Russian-Ukrainian relations that will affect all European securityNATO talks hurt Russian-Ukranian relations Apr 01, 2008
This applies not only to the post-Soviet space, but also to other regionsRussia: Independent Kosovo dangerous Aug 23, 2006
Grigory Borisovich Karasin (Russian: Григорий Борисович Карасин) (born 23 August 1949 in Moscow) is a career diplomat and is currently the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia,
Karasin graduated from the Institute of Oriental Languages at Moscow State University in 1971, and went on to work in various diplomatic posts in the central offices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and abroad.
From March 2000 - June 2005, Karasin was the Ambassador of Russia to the United Kingdom, and returned to Moscow in June 2005 to take up the position of Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, a position he still currently holds.