Gustav Gressel - 17 July 2015
The accidental firing on the airliner by Russian air-defence missiles are the most conceivable explanation to the downing of MH17.
Francisco de Borja Lasheras - 15 May 2015
Moscow may end up controlling Ukraine in one way or another, but it has probably lost the hearts and minds of the Ukrainian people of the 21st century.
Gustav Gressel - 27 April 2015
A resumption of Russian military provocations is likely, to keep Ukraine destabilised and maintain pressure on its government.
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.
Andrew Wilson - 27 April 2015
Russia’s aim is to create a dysfunctional Ukraine, and it will continue using economic means as much as military attacks.
Piotr Buras - 14 April 2015
The crisis in Ukraine tested relations between Poland and Germany – but how serious are the divisions?
Chi-Kong Chyong & Louisa Slavkova & Vessela Tcherneva - 09 April 2015
Europe’s new Energy Union aims at securing European energy supply – but, if not from Russia, where will Europe obtain its gas?
George N. Tzogopoulos - 06 April 2015
Greece does not rule out the possibility of vetoing new sanctions on Russia, but its foreign policy will likely remain aligned with that of the EU and NATO.
Fredrik Wesslau - 23 March 2015
Sweden continues to support sanctions on Russia and the Swedish public is fully behind its government's hard line on Sweden's eastern neighbour.
Brian O'Connell - 16 March 2015
Ireland’s calculus on sanctions is informed by its economic ties to Russia and its need to forge stronger EU ties ahead of a potential Brexit.
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