Francesco Giumelli - 05 December 2014
The sanctions on Russia have created winners and losers, and those most vocal about them are often those with the most to lose.
Christine Ockrent - 01 December 2014
The West deeply misunderstands Putin, whose actions make good sense according to the nineteenth-century ideology to which he subscribes.
Victor Chirila - 27 November 2014
Moldova risks sliding into a period of political and social upheaval that could endanger its very existence.
Kamil Calus - 27 November 2014
On the eve of the parliamentary elections in Moldova, the country’s economic situation is relatively stable despite negative external factors.
Andrei Kortunov & Irina Busygina - 19 November 2014
Has the crisis in Ukraine completely erased the idea of Greater Europe from the agendas of politicians and analysts?
Markus Wehner - 18 November 2014
Germany’s willingness to enter into dialogue is explained by the fact that it feels a special responsibility towards Russia stemming from complicated history.
Kristi Raik - 18 November 2014
The EU must remain unified in its approach to Russia, and must defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity of its eastern partners.
Nicolás de Pedro - 18 November 2014
Spain's cautious approach regarding the Ukraine crisis is rooted in a complex cluster of factors, including geographic distance and economic ties with Russia.
Nathalie Tocci - 18 November 2014
The Ukraine crisis has marked a gradual structural shift in Italian foreign policy towards Russia.
Marek Menkiszak - 18 November 2014
The crisis in Ukraine is not about the rights of ethnic Russians, but rather Moscow's desire to destabilise Ukraine and re-establish strategic control of the region.
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