Sergey Sukhankin - 01 February 2019
With Russian contractors reportedly active in Venezuela, how far will Moscow go to protect its regional interests and ambitions?
Andrew Wilson - 09 January 2019
On 7 January, Ukrainians celebrated a double-holiday: Orthodox Christmas and the independence of the Ukrainian Orthodox church
Kadri Liik - 08 January 2019
Europeans and Americans are failing to coordinate their Russia policies. At a time when the old world order is disappearing fast, their loss of normative unity may actually be helpful.
Piotr Buras & Josef Janning & Kadri Liik & Nicu Popescu - 20 December 2018
Nord Stream 2 is a contentious project - here, ECFR experts weigh in on the debate with an array of opinions on the topic
Petro Burkovskyi, Oleksiy Haran - 05 December 2018
Kyiv has imposed martial law as a legal framework within which to mobilise national defence, in case Russia engages in coercion designed to establish a new status quo in the Sea of Azov
Carl Bildt, Nicu Popescu - 28 November 2018
There’s plenty Europe should do to push back against Russia’s latest attack on Ukraine
Sergey Sukhankin - 12 November 2018
The involvement of Russian private military companies in Africa is rapidly growing, and with it, their political and economic influence
Tatiana Stanovaya - 02 November 2018
The unmasking of GRU agents will intensify inter-agency battles between Russian intelligence services, and may stoke yet more conflict with foreign states
Constantinos Filis - 29 October 2018
Greece is not the fertile ground for Russia that its critics fear it to be, even under Syriza
Joanna Hosa - 26 October 2018
Russia has already – literally – staked its claim to vast tracts of the Arctic, and now China is looking northward too. Can other countries catch up when they are already so far behind?
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