Franco Galdini - 09 December 2016
Political turmoil could follow Kyrgyz vote on President Atambayev’s controversial constitutional amendents.
Andrew Wilson - 23 November 2016
Moldova may return more towards the ‘balancing’ policy of the Communist leader Vladimir Voronin.
Sergey Sukhankin - 07 November 2016
If it is to ever to flourish, Russia’s westernmost outpost needs more freedom, not tighter control, from Moscow.
Anna Arutunyan - 04 November 2016
The creation of Vladimir Putin’s new National Guard has echoes of the darker moments of Russia’s history.
Andreas Umland - 01 November 2016
The so-called “Surkov Leaks” have reinvigorated the discussion of Moscow’s involvement in the war in Ukraine and the emergence of “people’s republics” in the east of the country.
Tornike Sharashenidze - 06 October 2016
Tuesday's car bomb in Tbilisi could be just the beginning of election-related turmoil in Georgia.
Gareth Davies and Ridvan Bari de Urcosta - 15 September 2016
It is only by doggedly pursuing non-recognition – and by mainstreaming this belief – that there can be any success in the future.
Tornike Sharashenidze - 21 July 2016
What should be done in order to deter Russia from further aggression in this strategic area?
Nicolás de Pedro & Ryskeldi Satke - 15 July 2016
Increased radicalism, crackdowns, and controversial reforms make for an uncertain succession in troubled times.
Karina Lungu - 07 July 2016
Apart from the role of corruption, another cause of the crisis is politics.
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