Kadri Liik - 27 November 2015
Russia's entry into the Syria conflict was a curveball for the West – but what does it want?
Kadri Liik - 03 August 2015
One year on from the introduction of sanctions, is the EU any closer to working out what they want them to achieve?
Kadri Liik - 29 May 2015
The Russian president’s reaction to the corruption charges is part of a battle over global rules of political order.
Kadri Liik - 19 May 2015
Three dilemmas that illustrate the complexities of the Eastern Partnership.
Kadri Liik - 27 April 2015
The Minsk agreement was vague on some key points of disagreement between Kyiv and Moscow, and the fight over how to interpret its provisions is escalating.
Kadri Liik - 20 January 2015
The EU is at risk of fundamentally misunderstanding Russia’s motivations in its foreign policy, which could spell real danger.
Kadri Liik - 28 November 2014
On the anniversary of the Vilnius Summit, it is clear that the EU had no better options than the ones it chose.
Piotr Buras & Anthony Dworkin & François Godement & Daniel Levy & Mark Leonard & Kadri Liik - 16 June 2014
Russian actions and Western responses to them could accelerate the unwinding of the current international order
Jana Kobzova & Kadri Liik & Stefan Meister - 18 March 2014
Three pieces by ECFR's leading Wider Europe experts on the current situation in Ukraine, Putin's appeal for a new world order, and Germany's crucial role within the EU.
Kadri Liik - 18 March 2014
Putin also wants a world order based on different principles, and this is what makes Putin’s previous actions logical and understandable.
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