by Kadri Liik - 21st May, 2018
The path to winning the normative war will not go so much through countering Russia as through improving Europe’s resilience and reinvigorating its model
And Now What? Russian Foreign Policy in Putin’s Fourth Term (Commentary)
Kadri Liik - 20 March 2018
Moscow has undergone a lively debate on the future course of its foreign policy – which may now become obsolete by the poisoning of Sergei Skripal.
Five reasons to support Theresa May’s response to Russia (Commentary)
Kadri Liik - 16 March 2018
We do not yet know everything about this crime, so it is wise to leave stronger measures for when we know more.
Britain’s Strategic Defence and Security Review and deterring Russia (Commentary)
Mark Galeotti - 22 January 2018
Russia is being weaponised to justify big-ticket buys for the UK military, yet there’s little talk of what Moscow thinks matters.
Russia’s military victory masks diplomatic impotence in Syria (Commentary)
Julien Barnes-Dacey - 15 December 2017
Damascus has continually rebuffed Russian efforts to pivot to a political track, highlighting Moscow’s apparent inability to rein in its client.
Renewed Minsk-Moscow cooperation in the ‘Zapad’ war games should not see the door to Belarus closed
by Mark Galeotti - 01st September, 2017
Insofar as there is a command-and-control node, it is within the Presidential Administration.