Fredrik Wesslau - 24 November 2017
Madrid is inadvertently equating Catalonia and Kosovo and, by doing so, revealing itself to be unable to distinguish between legitimate aspirations for self-rule and destabilizing separatism.
Fredrik Wesslau - 17 October 2017
Suspending Turkey’s EU accession process would be a strategic mistake of historic proportions.
Fredrik Wesslau - 11 September 2017
The West should engage with Russia's peacekeeping proposal - but skeptically and with clear conditions.
Vessela Tcherneva & Fredrik Wesslau - 05 May 2017
The ongoing crisis in Macedonia could become destabilizing for the region unless the EU takes more decisive action.
Fredrik Wesslau - 05 December 2016
The new axis between Trump’s America, Putin’s Russia, and European populists represents a toxic mix for the liberal order in Europe.
Fredrik Wesslau - 19 October 2016
The upsurge of populism in Europe has provided Russia with an ample supply of sympathetic political parties across the continent.
Fredrik Wesslau - 14 October 2016
Given Russia’s multiple moves to up the ante in recent weeks, Stockholm sees no reason for the EU to change direction.
Fredrik Wesslau - 15 September 2016
Sweden has much to lose from a hard divorce.
Fredrik Wesslau - 23 June 2016
Sanctions are clearly not an end in themselves. They are a tool and as such should be responsive to ensure maximum leverage. But this flexibility should not come at the cost of credibility.
Fredrik Wesslau - 16 May 2016
The lack of progress on the Minsk agreement means not only that the condition of fully implementing the agreement remains unfulfilled - it has also effectively killed the idea of a partial easing of sanctions.
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