Gustav Gressel - 03 February 2020
The Kremlin is losing long-time Ukraine policy chief, Vladislav Surkov. But his successor has more in common with “Putin’s Rasputin” than first meets the eye.
Gustav Gressel - 09 December 2019
Zelensky and EU leaders want the Normandy summit to show they are giving diplomacy a chance. But the risk all lies on their side, not Putin’s
Vessela Tcherneva & Tara Varma - 25 October 2019
Without a credible path to EU membership, the Western Balkans could easily succumb to the lure of regional nationalism – and to generous Russian, Turkish, and Chinese offers in the EU’s own back yard.
Joanna Hosa - 30 September 2019
The US president's impeachment process ensures Ukraine stays on the radar of Americans - and this may work to Ukraine's advantage
Gustav Gressel - 26 September 2019
The West is drawing the wrong lessons from Ukraine’s exchange of prisoners with Russia. It now risks rushing Kyiv into an unstable ‘resolution’ to the conflict in Donbas
Andrew Wilson - 04 September 2019
Will Ukraine's young new leaders begin to reckon with their deep state?
Joanna Hosa - 14 August 2019
Zelensky's visit to Turkey signals the growing importance of Turkish-Ukrainian relations
Ridvan Bari Urcosta - 30 July 2019
The most pro-Russian part of Crimea is also the greatest source of headaches for Moscow. Will the Kremlin succeed in extending its writ there?
Tornike Sharashenidze - 02 July 2019
The sight of a Russian Communist presiding in their parliament has shocked Georgians into demanding greater democracy and circumspection towards Moscow.
Vadim Pistrinciuc - 21 June 2019
Swift action from Brussels transformed the Moldova crisis on the ground. The EU will now learn to keep oligarchic governments at arm’s length in future.
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