Mark Leonard - 20 May 2014
ECFR launches an ambitious new strand of work on the global consequences of the Ukraine crisis
Andrew Wilson and Oleksander Andreyev - 09 May 2014
Is Kiev's new government willing and able to make radical changes to the old system?
Mark Leonard - 29 April 2014
In Moscow, the ideological, geopolitical and economic rule book is being rewritten.
Stefan Meister - 17 April 2014
Everything Putin is doing in Ukraine is intended to improve his bargaining position with the West.
Chi-Kong Chyong - 16 April 2014
Russian gas has a profound effect on Ukraine's politics and economy.
Francisco de Borja Lasheras - 11 April 2014
The "express annexation" of Crimea has raised the issue of the continuing need for security guarantees in Europe.
Mark Leonard - 10 April 2014
The annexation of Crimea could begin the dissolution of the western-led international order
Josef Janning - 09 April 2014
The premise of an international order defined by the West and shared by the rest has been shown to be faulty.
Jana Kobzova - 08 May 2013
The time has come for the EU to rethink its relationship with its biggest neighbour. Instead of talking about strategic relations with Moscow, the EU should consider a strategic pause.
Kadri Liik - 05 May 2013
Vladimir Putin may still be the most popular politician in Russia, but his system of government is showing certain signs of weakness one year after returning to power.
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