Ten commandments for effective interventionism, building on Witney's recent publication with Richard Gowan.
To understand Russia’s actions in Ukraine, we need to understand the nature of Russia’s agenda and how it is pursued.
There is a case to be made for Europe not recognising the Palestinian state, but is it a worthwhile one?
Russia’s aggressive behaviour in the Baltic Sea region must be met with a coherent long-term Western strategy.
Modi and Putin publicly reaffirmed the longstanding bond between India and Russia yesterday, even as the West continues to seek to isolate Russia.
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Instead of using Ukraine as a bargaining chip with Russia, the EU needs to be strategic and united in its approach.
Though Russia is facing a rapid economic decline, Putin continues to effectively ignore the looming recession.
Moldova's new pro-European government will face a strong pro-Russian opposition and it must act quickly to implement reforms – for its own sake and for the EU's.
The case of Ilham Tohti shows how EU’s lack of unity on human rights policy allows Beijing to get its way.
It is crucial that the European Parliament supports recognition of the State of Palestine at Thursday's vote for five key reasons.
Ukraine finally has a new government, but fighting in the east is continuing and the economy is near collapse.
It has been two days since Vladimir Putin announced the death of the South Stream pipeline and the domestic political fallout in Bulgaria continues.
The sanctions on Russia have created winners and losers, and those most vocal about them are often those with the most to lose.
Halting Bosnia’s eight-year downward trend and boosting the country’s momentum towards Europe is the main goal of Steinmeier and Hammond’s proposal.