Andrew Wilson - 16 May 2017
Anna Arutunyan - 25 April 2017
The persecution of gay people in Chechnya may point to a profound weakness in the Kremlin’s power in the republic.
Richard Giragosian - 30 March 2017
This election heralds a structural transformation in Armenian politics, from a semi-presidential system to a parliamentary form of government.
Anna Arutunyan - 29 March 2017
If we consider their potential for long-term impact, Navalny's protests differ in many ways from previous protests in Russia.
Sergey Sukhankin - 27 March 2017
The deployment of Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad has raised fears in Europe that the territory is becoming Russia's key battle-station.
Vladimir Rafeyenko - 20 March 2017
Beyond the headlines, what is the human cost of the war in the Donbas?
Ridvan Bari Urcosta - 16 March 2017
Three years since annexation, Crimea remains in limbo and there are few diplomatic initiatives for its return to Ukraine. Can a working group of committed parties put Crimea back on Europe's agenda?
Tornike Sharashenidze - 14 March 2017
The Georgian Dream may still have future, but to win back credibility, they have to learn from the Rustavi2 case and realise that they are accountable to the people who voted for them.
Anna Arutunyan - 15 February 2017
Contrast between Trump’s outbursts and Putin’s restraint shows that Russia’s illiberal worldview still dwarves America’s alt-right.
Francisco de Borja Lasheras - 09 December 2016
This weekend’s parliamentary elections in Macedonia are, ironically, an exercise in strengthening anti-democratic forces.
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