The Glazyev Tapes: Getting to the root of the conflict in Ukraine
by Andreas Umland - 01st November, 2016
The so-called “Surkov Leaks” have reinvigorated the discussion of Moscow’s involvement in the war in Ukraine and the emergence of “people’s republics” in the east of the country.
Threat of instability looms large ahead of Georgia elections
by Tornike Sharashenidze - 06th October, 2016
Tuesday's car bomb in Tbilisi could be just the beginning of election-related turmoil in Georgia.
Crimea goes to the polls: Non-recognition and the Russian Duma elections
by Gareth Davies and Ridvan Bari de Urcosta - 15th September, 2016
It is only by doggedly pursuing non-recognition – and by mainstreaming this belief – that there can be any success in the future.
NATO and Russia – what about the Black Sea?
by Tornike Sharashenidze - 21st July, 2016
What should be done in order to deter Russia from further aggression in this strategic area?
Kazakhstan’s triple crisis: a perfect storm in the making?
by Nicolás de Pedro & Ryskeldi Satke - 15th July, 2016
Increased radicalism, crackdowns, and controversial reforms make for an uncertain succession in troubled times.
Who’s to blame for Transnistria’s economic crisis?
by Karina Lungu - 07th July, 2016
Apart from the role of corruption, another cause of the crisis is politics.
The delayed threat of Strelkov's opposition movement
by Anna Arutunyan - 20th June, 2016
The former military commander of the Donetsk People’s Republic has launched the All-Russian Nationalist Movement, which is an extremely important development to watch.
Intermarium - the view from Georgia
by Tornike Zurabashvili - 26th May, 2016
If friends of Ukraine and Georgia want to achieve a lasting security on the eastern frontiers of Europe, they should invest their time and energy to minimise intra-European divisions.