Vladislav Inozemtsev - 26 January 2015
The EU lacks a rational partner in the East, but that does not mean it should curry favour with an unreasonable one.
Daniel Hegedüs - 22 January 2015
Hungary has, for many reasons, become known as the country with the most pro-Russia policy within NATO and the EU.
Timofei Bordachev - 21 January 2015
For the first time in the history of Eurasia, several former members of the USSR are united not through conquest, but on the basis of pragmatic cooperation.
Igor Ivanov - 15 January 2015
Russia and Turkey have many common features, predetermined by their respective histories, geographical locations and cultures.
Dosym Satpaev - 12 January 2015
The EEU is President Nursultan Nazarbaev’s pet project, but membership carries risks for Kazakhstan.
Richard Giragosian - 08 January 2015
With the EEU presenting more obstacles than opportunities, Armenia’s best hope is a prudent exit strategy.
Ryhor Astapenia - 07 January 2015
Belarus's involvement in integration processes with Russia has one condition: that Russia pays. And the EEU is no exception.
Kirill Rogov - 23 December 2014
Russia severe currency crisis finds the government totally unprepared and will likely bring a sharp diminution in people's income
Justyna Gotkowska - 16 December 2014
Russia’s aggressive behaviour in the Baltic Sea region must be met with a coherent long-term Western strategy.
Victor Chirila - 09 December 2014
Moldova's new pro-European government will face a strong pro-Russian opposition and it must act quickly to implement reforms – for its own sake and for the EU's.
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