Corneliu Ciurea - 02 October 2015
Despite alarming developments, the protest movement appears to be losing momentum - the ruling coalition has a good chance of surviving.
Dzmitry Halubnichy - 01 October 2015
The low level of political protests in the run-up to the elections shows that Lukashenka remains popular, despite all Belarus’ economic woes.
Alexandre Prezanti - 21 September 2015
Kyiv's decision to invite ICC to investigate and prosecute war crimes in Ukraine may ward warring parties away from atrocities.
Richard Giragosian and Tornike Sharashenidze - 18 September 2015
How the post-deal detente between Iran and the West might benefit the Caucasus states
Andrej Novak - 14 August 2015
Three options for the Western Balkans, the Eastern Partnership countries and Turkey to participate more or less fully in the EEA.
Jarosław Wiśniewski - 13 August 2015
New foreign policy developments - including the Iran deal - may help free Europe from the shackles of Russian energy dependence
Richard Giragosian - 12 August 2015
The absence of Russian soft power in Armenia confirms the perception of many Armenians that Moscow takes their submission for granted
Anna Arutunyan - 05 August 2015
The government in Moscow has ridden the tiger of Russian nationalism, but will they come to regret it?
Tornike Sharashenidze - 28 July 2015
Russian encroachments on the Georgian border show its disorienting and demoralising soft power in action.
Chi-Kong Chyong - 07 July 2015
Russia’s pipeline strategy and the threat to gas supplies pose real challenges, but instead of focusing on real diversification, the Commission has to mediate the negotiations and be the ‘financial broker’.
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