Mark Galeotti - 25 May 2017
If sanctions are considered not to be working, then the answer is not to lift them, but to strengthen them.
Andrew Wilson - 16 May 2017
Vessela Tcherneva & Fredrik Wesslau - 05 May 2017
The ongoing crisis in Macedonia could become destabilizing for the region unless the EU takes more decisive action.
Fredrik Wesslau - 27 April 2017
The European Union is absent from diplomatic efforts to resolve the war in eastern Ukraine but obsessed with a misguided even-handedness.
Anna Arutunyan - 25 April 2017
The persecution of gay people in Chechnya may point to a profound weakness in the Kremlin’s power in the republic.
Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 19 April 2017
The thin margin of victory presents numerous problems for Erdogan and suggests that all is not yet lost for Turkish democracy.
Kadri Liik - 11 April 2017
How will Russia respond to Trump’s Syria strikes?
Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 07 April 2017
A “Yes” vote could pave the way for a one-man regime and accelerate Turkey’s drift from Europe.
Richard Giragosian - 30 March 2017
This election heralds a structural transformation in Armenian politics, from a semi-presidential system to a parliamentary form of government.
Anna Arutunyan - 29 March 2017
If we consider their potential for long-term impact, Navalny's protests differ in many ways from previous protests in Russia.
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