Fredrik Wesslau, Andrew Wilson - 23 May, 2016
The future of Europe’s relations with Russia looks bleak as the Kremlin pursues an increasingly aggressive foreign policy.
Mark Galeotti - 11 May, 2016
Far from being an all-powerful “spookocracy” that controls the Kremlin, Russia’s intelligence services are internally divided.
Nikolay Petrov - 19 April, 2016
The current trajectory of the Russian regime is unstable and without dramatic change it will crumble within the next year
Andrew Wilson - 14 April, 2016
The penetration of Ukrainian politics by the super-rich oligarchy still forms a major obstacle to reform
Francisco de Borja Lasheras, with Vessela Tcherneva and Fredrik Wesslau
- 21 March, 2016
EU’s weakness is prompting a new scramble for power for the Balkans with Russia, Turkey and other actors.
Dennison et al.
- 28 January, 2016
The sixth ECFR Foreign Policy Scorecard highlights the EU's diminishing ability to influence its neighbours, and the neighbourhood's growing impact on the EU.
Sophia Pugsley, Fredrik Wesslau - 7 December, 2015
Locked in a shadowy life between war and peace, "grey zones" now litter the map of Eastern Europe
- 17 November, 2015
Two decades after the end of the Bosnian war Carl Bildt considers the successes and failures of Dayton.
- 7 November, 2015
Following high level ministerial meetings on Ukraine, ECFR's Wider Europe team report on the implementation the Minsk agreement
Gustav Gressel - 12 October, 2015
Putin’s expansionist policy in Russia’s neighbourhood is backed up by a poised and professional military
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