Articles on Kadri Liik

What can we expect from Russia in Syria? (Commentary)

Kadri Liik - 27 November 2015

Russia's entry into the Syria conflict was a curveball for the West – but what does it want?

The limits and necessity of Europe’s Russia sanctions (Commentary)

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?

Putin and the FIFA scandal (Commentary)

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.

Introduction to 'View from the EaP Countries' series (Commentary)

Kadri Liik - 19 May 2015

Three dilemmas that illustrate the complexities of the Eastern Partnership.

The diplomatic battle for Ukraine (Commentary)

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.

The real problem with Mogherini’s Russia paper (Commentary)

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.

What else could we have done? Ukraine after Vilnius (Commentary)

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. 

Ten global consequences of the Ukraine crisis (Commentary)

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

Putin's new world order: Ukraine after the referendum (Commentary)

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.

Putin’s New World Order (Commentary)

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.