Sinisa Vukovic, Majda Ruge - 15 September 2020
Supporters of Western integration for Montenegro may look hopefully at the smallest – and pro-European – member of the new coalition. But wider forces are likely to overwhelm it.
Majda Ruge, Stefan Vladisavljev - 22 September 2020
There is no obvious reason why Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic would turn his back on a relationship with China from which he draws a great deal of political capital.
Gustav Gressel - 02 September 2020
While this revolutionary movement did not start as a geopolitical endeavour, it will certainly end as one.
Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 03 September 2020
Turkey’s discovery of a large gas reserve in the Black Sea could benefit its economy in six or seven years, but it will not ease Turkish-European tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Gustav Gressel & Nicu Popescu & Andrew Wilson - 16 September 2020
Russia’s goal in its neighbourhood is to regain influence, not to be surrounded by neutral, self-sufficient buffer states.
Catharina Sørensen - 07 September 2020
Brexit has denied Denmark a regular ally in EU negotiations. Copenhagen can find new friends – but it should start the hard yards now.
Hanna Ojanen - 04 September 2020
Recent signs that Finland has joined the “frugal four” are overstated, but one member of the group may well be its closest coalition partner.
Gustav Gressel - 18 August 2020
The Kremlin knows that intervening militarily would lose it the goodwill of the Belarusian people. But it does not rule out a managed transition to a candidate of its choice.
Nick Witney - 23 September 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson likely has no plan other than to stay in power. He will rely on his two closest advisers to oversee Brexit.
Ivan Krastev - 25 August 2020
Victory for Joe Biden in November would empower liberals in former Habsburg lands.